Camp Allatoona Aquatics Base
SOLO Advanced Wilderness First Aid
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BSA Lifeguard patchThe 2-day SOLO Advanced Wilderness First Aid (AWFA) Supplement course goes into greater depth on first aid subjects than the 2-day SOLO Basic WFA course. This AWFA course emphasizes leadership skills and presents new skills such as litter packaging and traction splinting. The 2-day AWFA Supplement course is open to anyone who has completed the SOLO Basic WFA course within the past 24 months.

Come to the Allatoona Aquatics Base at 200 Lovingood Drive, Woodstock, GA 30189 for this 2-day Advanced Wilderness First Aid supplemental training. Anyone with the advanced wilderness first aid skills taught at this course should be a valuable asset to a high adventure trek, Venturing Crew, Sea Scout Ship, Varsity Team, Boy Scout Troop, or Explorer Post. The course is open to anyone who has completed a SOLO Basic Wilderness First Aid course since March 2016.

SOLO: A professional wilderness first aid instructor from Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities (SOLO) of Conway, NH, will teach this 16-hour course. SOLO’s Advanced WFA supplemental training is scheduled 8 AM – 5 PM on BOTH Saturday and Sunday. You must be present both days. More at

The $150.00 cost of the course includes the course materials as well as a professional instructor and instructor expenses. No refunds after April 14th for the April course, October 27th for the November course. The cost includes lunch but does NOT include other meals and lodging. A campsite will be available for course participants for the weekend, or participants may commute. There are motels and restaurants in nearby Woodstock, Canton and Kennesaw.

An opportunity to audit the March 2018 SOLO Basic WFA class is offered by prior arrangement for a limited number of advance registrants who have completed SOLO Basic WFA since March 2016. Contact: Charlie Pineo, Camp Allatoona Aquatics Base volunteer, at (404) 520-2716, or by email at for additional course information, including availability of space to audit the March 2017 Basic Course.

Class size:  Maximum 20

What to Bring:

The course will go on rain or shine. Dress for the weather in layers to avoid hypothermia. Be prepared. You will receive additional information about what to bring a week prior to the course. All participants must bring a current BSA Medical Form, Parts A & B (no doctor visit required).


SOLO Basic WFA within 2 years is a prerequisite for the course. NOTE: CPR certification is not included or required.



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Updated 09/03/18
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