The Non-Urban Emergency Care Level 2 (NUEC 2) Training Program, formerly known as PEAK’s 'Non-urban First Responder Training Program', is a practical-based 4-day curriculum intended for those that operate in remote areas for multiple day trips or work in conjunction with a tiered response system such as ski patrol or search and rescue teams. This program is intended to give the participants the knowledge and skills to evaluate medical emergencies and make decisions concerning field treatment and evacuation priorities. The NUEC 2 is ideal for assistant guides, and speed and safety patrols. Core topics include primary emphasis on recognition of life-limb threatening injuries, critical interventions and patient evacuation from the non-urban environment. Secondary emphasis focuses on pre-trip planning, scene and incident management, critical decision-making and survival type skills and knowledge. The NUEC 2 curriculum exceeds the OFA-Level 1 & 2 curriculum and is recognized by the Canadian Federal Government (HRSDC) at the ‘Standard’ first aid training level.
||$350 (tax exempt)
||1. Minimum 16 years of age
2. Speak & write English fluently
3. Pre-read: 10 - 12 hours (student dependent)
4. Physically & mentally fit; self-declaration of fitness is required
|- NUEC 2
- CPR Level 'C'