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Making it sticky!!

Your Wilderness First Aid course will consist of two portions. The online campus material and the hands-on practical component (the dates you signed up for). We highly recommend that you complete the online campus material prior to starting the hands-on portion of your course. This will maximize your learning and greatly simplify your testing!! We mean it!

Welcome message...

Welcome to Slipstream Wilderness First Aid's Online Campus. Slipstream Wilderness First Aid has been teaching Wilderness First Aid courses since 1990, in places as far reaching as Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada to Fuji-Yoshida, Japan and from Tofino, British Columbia east to Thunder Bay, Ontario. In our quest to improve our abilities to reach our students and improve overall learning objectives, we have created this site. We hope that you enjoy the medium of this e-learning and we look forward to your comments and suggestions.


Register for a course:

50 hour Wilderness First Aid click here 

90 hour Wilderness First Aid click here

Custom Wilderness First Aid click here

Re-Certify here


Are you just visiting:

You are welcome to peruse the course entitled WFA - Introduction, see link below. There is a great section on Anatomy and Physiology that will allow you to get a sense of our teaching at Slipstream. Your "guest password" is Slipstream. Enjoy, then visit us at www.wildernessfirstaid.ca to sign up for a course!


Please read our Terms and Conditions prior to any coursework. Just click on "Terms and Conditions".


New user?? 

You must manually enrol in all the sections (Parts) for your particular course:

Steps to enrol:

  • You must first be logged in
  • Click on the appropriate course listed above and then all the listed parts one-by-one
  • Click the "enrol me" button for each part, back button to Home page, repeat for all parts listed in drop down menu. BINGO!

After enrolling in all the parts for your course, you should begin your course of study.

Depending on your first aid knowledge level and the length of your course, it can take many hours of work to complete the required material.

Remember, it is always best to complete your online campus work prior to the first day of the hands-on portion of your course.

Looking for a particular topic? Just scroll down and click on the "i" symbol for a rundown of that section.


We will be doing some ongoing maintenance of this site over the next couple weeks. This is in preparation for our new course format rolling out this Fall. You may find the site in maintenance mode when you log-in. These maintenance mode session should last for no longer than 1 hour at a time. We will try to limit the timing to low-use periods. For questions or concerns please email doc@wildernessfirstaid.ca


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