Wilderness First Aid Consultants

We have a professional and dynamic skill based team consisting of a balanced mix of medical and outdoor adventurists available to teach, train and develop your knowledge of first aid. WFAC is 100% Australian owned and operated with some courses internationally recognised in the United States. WFAC will adapt to your first aid requirements with courses designed to suit professional to recreational needs.

WFAC has a recognisable and respected name with over 20 years of experience in the industry. Founded in 1989, WFAC was purchased by Equip and traded as WMI Australia from 2004 to 2009 before Equip parted with WMI to return to its Australian curriculum under the name Equip Wilderness First Aid Institute. The current owners purchased  the company in 2011 and have worked hard to ensure that we offer the highest quality of first aid training in Australia.

We are devoted to the continual development of Australian based remote area medical training and our curriculum is continually reviewed and revised by leading professionals in the medical and outdoor industries giving you the confidence to use your training!

We encourage learning using memorable, hands on scenarios. This combined with just enough theory results in heightened learning and a whole lot of fun.

You do not need any medical background to take our courses, but if you are already medically trained we can take your urban skills and teach you how to use them in a remote setting. WFAC trains over 1500 students each year from around the world . . . Do you have the knowledge to save lives?

Featured Courses

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Advanced Travel First Aid

This three day course has been developed for anyone traveling overseas. It is perfect for teachers,... more

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AWFA - LWFA Upgrade

If you have completed a 4 day WFA course OR AWFA with us in the last 2 years, use this course to both UPGRADE to the ... more

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Wilderness First Aid (inc CPR)

This 3-day course covers the same material as the 2-day course as well as offering CPR and more scenario based ... more