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|Wilderness Therapy Guide||True North Wilderness Program||
|Wilderness Trips Coordinator and Trips Staff||Farm and Wilderness Foundation||
|Instructor (Insight) - Twin Cities Center||Voyageur Outward Bound School||
|Head of Mountain Biking Program||Ramah Outdoor Adventure||
|Unit Director||YMCA Camp Chingachgook - Outdoor Center||
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|Wilderness First Aid||Jun 06 2015||Northeast US|
|Wilderness First Responder (WFR) training||Jun 03 2015||Southwest US|
|SOLO Wilderness First Aid||Aug 20 2015||Midwest US|
|Administrative Risk Management Training||Sep 22 2015||Rocky Mountains US|
|SOLO Wilderness First Aid||Dec 12 2015||Midwest US|
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A Club climbing wall employee and client arrange a “side deal” and ignore the Club’s posted rules regarding use of the wall. Following the client’s injury, who is responsible?
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