Greater Tampa Bay Area Council - Wilderness First Aid Training

Starting A Registration
How to start a new registration.
My Account - Part 1
My Account Basics
My Account - Part 2
Importing, Managing, and Using a Personal Roster
Parent Portal - Parents Guide
How parents can update registrations.

Wilderness First Aid Training

Event Details

This course teaches Wildnerness and Remote First Aid.  A leader is required to have this training for all BSA Trek programs and High Adventure Bases.  You must be at least 14 years of age to take the class.  A current CPR certification is required to take this class.  If you do not have this, we are offering this for an additional $15 on Friday night.  You will indicate if you need the Friday training as part of the registration process.


Course Information

  • This will be an outdoor training program.  Please come prepared. 
  • Meals will be provided.
  • Bring camping gear as you will be camping all weekend.
  • You may come to camp Friday night.
  • Class runs Saturday morning 8 AM until Sunday Afternoon. 
  • If you do not have a current CPR / First Aid certification, we are offering this course of Friday night for an additional fee.
  • You must be currently registered in the BSA to take this class.

COVID Information

Council event attendees, including participants and staff, are required to comply with the Council's current COVID protocols. Failure to do so will result in removal from Council properties and/or events and forfeiture of event registration fees.

All participants must submit a pre-medical event checklist and waiver upon entry, All participants will be health screened upon entry.

All Participants must bring a current BSA Medical form (download here). 

The Greater Tampa Bay Area Council is committed to offer our Scouts fun and quality programs in a safe manner.  We are adhering to the CDC and ACA (American Camp Association) guidelines as well as working closely with local Health Departments to provide a layered mitigation COVID strategy.  Our COVID mitigation strategies are being overseen by the Council Health Supervisor, a board-certified pediatrician.  For a complete and up to date list of our COVID-19 mitigation procedures, please visit:

In the case of a positive COVID result among participants at an event, GTBAC will follow the guidance of the local Health Department, which may include cancellation or closure of the event or facility.

When & Where
Camp Soule
Friday 02-25-2022 5:00 PM ET to
Sunday 02-27-2022 5:00 PM ET
More Information