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Each student MUST have their own equipment to complete the required deliverable tasks. Each student MUST have their own equipment to complete the required deliverable tasks. While you may substitute items, doing so is at your own risk and may prevent you from completing assigned tasks.

Wilderness First Aid Equipment List:

NOTE: IF YOU NEED TO ORDER ITEMS FROM SELF RELIANCE OUTFITTERS YOU MUST DO SO NO LATER THAN TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO CLASS TO ENSURE YOU RECEIVE YOUR GEAR. ORDERS CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO THE SCHOOL PROPERTY FOR PICK UP.

The Pathfinder 10 C’s

The course will incorporate the 10 C's of Survivability. Please separate the 10 C's into an easily accessible backpack or haversack (shoulder bag) as these will be used during this course and many others at the Pathfinder School.

Cutting Tools:

Cover: Emergency Shelter

Cordage:

Compass / Coordinates

  • Compass with bezel ring, sighting mirror and magnifying lens and non-lensatic (Suunto MC-2recommended)
  • Ranger Pace Beads
  • Pathfinder Map Toolor equivalent
  • Optional but recommended; A GPS device that you would normally carry (your phone for example or a watch such as the Garmin Instinct)

Cloth & Repair

  • XXXL or XXL Blaze Orange T Shirt (100% Cotton and will be destroyed during class)
  • #14 Sail Needle

Candling Device: Lighting

  • Headlamp with Spare Batteries (ex. LedLenser MH8 or equivalent)

Cargo: Tape

Combination Tool: Multi Tools

  • Leatherman Style Multi Tool or Swiss Army Knife

Additional items you WILL need:

  • FAK (First Aid Kit: We recommend the Pathfinder SRO IFAK) Note: Here is a list of additional (optional) items to supplement the basic FAK kit.
  • All Weather Notebook/ Journal (“Write in the Rain” or equivalent)
  • Mechanical PencilsAll Weather Pens (“Write in the Rain” or equivalent)
  • Clothes appropriate for weather conditions (kneeling on dirt, mud, or snow for extended periods)
  • Appropriate Personal Hygiene Items
  • Bring any food & snacks that you need (no meals are provided).
  • Bring all medications for personal use including bug sprays (especially those that repel ticks) and sunscreen as well as first aid items that are appropriate for the outdoor environment (especially items like Tecnu for poison ivy)

 

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