Southern Wesleyan University student Grant Wood performs first aid on Kaitlyn Dunagan’s “injury” during the Wilderness First Responder course, which took place May 18-22 at SWU in Central. Wood is a current student and Dunagan a recent SWU biology graduate. The 3-semester hour class was open to the public for audit with both options leading to WFR certification. Ernie Dewitt, a professor of Outdoor Leadership and Wilderness Medicine at Toccoa Falls College and an experienced paramedic, was the course’s lead instructor. The course was organized by Southern Wesleyan’s Leadership in Outdoor Education (LORE) program. For details about LORE, contact Dr. Roger Mckenzie at 864-644-5227 or email rmckenzie@swu.edu.


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Southern Wesleyan University student Grant Wood performs first aid on Kaitlyn Dunagan’s “injury” during the Wilderness First Responder course, which took place May 18-22 at SWU in Central. Wood is a current student and Dunagan a recent SWU biology graduate. The 3-semester hour class was open to the public for audit with both options leading to WFR certification. Ernie Dewitt, a professor of Outdoor Leadership and Wilderness Medicine at Toccoa Falls College and an experienced paramedic, was the course’s lead instructor. The course was organized by Southern Wesleyan’s Leadership in Outdoor Education (LORE) program. For details about LORE, contact Dr. Roger Mckenzie at 864-644-5227 or email rmckenzie@swu.edu.

Southern Wesleyan University student Grant Wood performs first aid on Kaitlyn Dunagan’s “injury” during the Wilderness First Responder course, which took place May 18-22 at SWU in Central. Wood is a current student and Dunagan a recent SWU biology graduate. The 3-semester hour class was open to the public for audit with both options leading to WFR certification. Ernie Dewitt, a professor of Outdoor Leadership and Wilderness Medicine at Toccoa Falls College and an experienced paramedic, was the course’s lead instructor. The course was organized by Southern Wesleyan’s Leadership in Outdoor Education (LORE) program. For details about LORE, contact Dr. Roger Mckenzie at 864-644-5227 or email rmckenzie@swu.edu.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_swubackcountry.jpgSouthern Wesleyan University student Grant Wood performs first aid on Kaitlyn Dunagan’s “injury” during the Wilderness First Responder course, which took place May 18-22 at SWU in Central. Wood is a current student and Dunagan a recent SWU biology graduate. The 3-semester hour class was open to the public for audit with both options leading to WFR certification. Ernie Dewitt, a professor of Outdoor Leadership and Wilderness Medicine at Toccoa Falls College and an experienced paramedic, was the course’s lead instructor. The course was organized by Southern Wesleyan’s Leadership in Outdoor Education (LORE) program. For details about LORE, contact Dr. Roger Mckenzie at 864-644-5227 or email rmckenzie@swu.edu. Courtesy photo
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