No Barriers: Partnership & Support for Emergency Response Teams
To provide tuition assistance for NASAR SARTECH II-approved wilderness medicine training, fundraising resources, low-cost advanced training and access to free advanced certification resources to support essential and often resource-strapped state and local search and rescue (SAR) and community emergency response teams.
This initiative supports governmental and 501(c) non-profit and volunteer emergency response organizations and their individual team members or employees.
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Eligibility & Enrollment
Tuition Assistance Program
State and local emergency response teams commonly operate on tight budgets. Money invested in training often means less funding for crucial gear and supplies that spell the difference between success and failure when these important teams go into action.
For that reason, we make our NASAR SARTECH-II approved Wilderness First Aid and Wilderness First Responder/Wilderness-EMT certification courses available to eligible organizations and individual professionals at a significant discount from our already low prices.
Many county and local CERT and search and rescue teams receive minimal government funding and must fund their operations themselves.
Our entire course catalog is available as a fundraising tool for 501(c)3 organizations.
Sell Survival Med first aid and personal safety classes in your local community via your social media pages, email newsletters, and other channels.
Your minimum revenue share starts at 15% and can increase based on sales volume.
We regularly offer low-cost webinars on advanced emergency, remote and wilderness medicine topics that SAR and other emergency responders request, like our “Evacuation Decisions: The 24-48 Hour Window” class.
Free Advanced Certification Access
Through special arrangement with the University of Utah School of Medicine, Survival Med learners who complete either a Wilderness First Aid, WFA-16, or Wilderness First Responder certification can complete University of Utah’s Associate in Wilderness Medicine Program for free.