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We teach American Heart Association (AHA) and A.S.H.I. CPR following the current AHA 2015 Guidelines, Good Quality CPR Saves Lives!!! Start Today every second counts! We offer CPR classes from; Family & Friends to BLS (Healthcare) Provider. AHA & ASHI CPR & First Aid Classes $30-$100 Per Class Variety of Levels to choose from PLEASE CALL TO SEE WHAT BEST FITS YOUR NEEDS & BUDGET! BLS Provider Heartsaver First Aid Family & Friends
NAEMT's Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) is recognized around the world as the leading continuing education program for prehospital emergency trauma care. The mission of PHTLS is to promote excellence in trauma patient management by all providers involved in the delivery of prehospital care. PHTLS is developed by NAEMT in cooperation with the American College of Surgeons' Committee on Trauma. The Committee provides the medical direction and content oversight for the PHTLS program. Per Class 16 CEUs CAPCE Accredited / NREMT Teaches the newest standards in Trauma. Hands on ALS & BLS Skill Stations. Extremely Interactive and Informative. PHTLS Refresher Per Class 1 Day - 8 CEUs - CAPCE Accredited / NREMT 1 Day - 8 CEUs Teaches the newest standards in Trauma. Refreshes you ALS & BLS Trauma Skills Extremely active and hands on refresher ** MUST HAVE A CURRENT PHTLS CARD**
The Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) program is based on the principles ofThe 2nd edition of NAEMT's Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) course teaches EMS practitioners and other prehospital providers how to respond to and care for patients in a civilian tactical environment. The course presents the three phases of tactical care and integrates parallel EMS nomenclature: Hot Zone/Direct Threat Care that is rendered while under attack or in adverse conditions. Warm Zone/Indirect Threat Care that is rendered while the threat has been suppressed but may resurface at any point. Cold Zone/Evacuation Care that is rendered while the casualty is being evacuated from the incident site.Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and meets the guidelines established by the Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (Co-TECC). The course teaches civilian tactical EMS; any EMS practitioner called upon to respond to a mass casualty or active shooter event. Per Class 16 CEUs CAPCE Accredited / NREMT In depth tactical medical training. Hands on ALS & BLS Skill Stations. Top of the Line training equipment.
TCCC for All Combatants Almost 90% of American service men and women who die from combat wounds do so before they arrive at a medical treatment facility. This figure highlights the importance of the trauma care provided on the battlefield by combat medics, corpsmen, PJs, and even the casualties themselves and their fellow combatants. With respect to the actual care provided by combat medics on the battlefield, however, J. S Maughon noted in his paper in Military Medicine in 1970 that little had changed in the preceding 100 years. In the interval between the publication of Maughon's paper and the United States’ invasion of Afghanistan in 2001, there was also little progress made. The war years, though, have seen many lifesaving advances in battlefield trauma care pioneered by the Joint Trauma System and the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care. These advances have dramatically increased casualty survival. This is especially true when all members of combat units – not just medics - are trained in Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC.) Combat medical personnel and non-medical combatants in U.S. and most coalition militaries are now being trained to manage combat trauma on the battlefield in accordance with TCCC Guidelines. Per Class 8 CEUs & a CAT Tourniquet 1 Day - 8 CEUs Trauma training for Law Enforcement. Hands on ALS & BLS Skill Stations. Top of the Line training equipment. Includes help putting an iFAK pouch together custom for each agency.
Bleeding Control for the Injured (B-Con) teaches participants the basic life-saving medical interventions, including bleeding control with a tourniquet, bleeding control with gauze packs or topical hemostatic agents, and opening an airway to allow a casualty to breathe. The course is designed for NON tactical law enforcement officers, firefighters, security personnel, teachers and other civilians requiring this basic training. Per Class 3 CEUs 3 CEUs Teaches the newest standards in Trauma. Hands on ALS & BLS Skill Stations. Extremely Interactive and Informative.
The Trauma First Response course is a one-day continuing education course that teaches the principles of Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) to non-EMS practitioners, including first responders, police officers, firefighters, rescue personnel and safety officers. It helps them prepare to care for trauma patients while serving as part of a transport team or awaiting a transport provider. The course serves up core PHTLS content to those who have not had EMT or advanced prehospital training. The lectures and practical stations are designed for the type of care first responders can render while awaiting patient transport or when assisting paramedics and EMTs at a trauma scene.
The Trauma First Response course is a one-day continuing education course that teaches the principles of Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) to non-EMS practitioners, including first responders, police officers, firefighters, rescue personnel and safety officers. It helps them prepare to care for trauma patients while serving as part of a transport team or awaiting a transport provider. The course serves up core PHTLS content to those who have not had EMT or advanced prehospital training. The lectures and practical stations are designed for the type of care first responders can render while awaiting patient transport or when assisting paramedics and EMTs at a trauma scene. Per Class 1 Day - 8 CEUs - CAPCE Accredited / NREMT All Hazard Disaster Response
NAEMT's EMS Vehicle Operator Safety (EVOS) course addresses the knowledge gap that leads to injuries and deaths, and focuses on the specific behaviors that need to be changed to create a culture of safe driving. Drawing on the most current research about the behaviors and other hazards that lead to crashes, EVOS features case studies and analyses of both common and catastrophic collisions. EVOS challenges EMS practitioners to reconsider their preconceptions about safe vehicle operations. Instructors can easily incorporate local laws, rules and policies into the curriculum
NAEMT’s EMS Safety course teaches students how to protect themselves and their patients while on the job. It promotes a culture of safety and helps reduce the number of on-the-job fatalities and injuries. EMS Safety is the only national, comprehensive safety course for EMS practitioners. Its interactive format features real-life case studies and compelling discussions on current safety issues, and provides participants with a forum to share their own experiences. Critical thinking stations help build participants’ risk assessment and decision-making skills. Participants are taught: To identify and manage the hazards that can appear during daily tasks, from offensive drivers to violent encounters to chronic stress. Practical strategies that they can apply in the field, from situational awareness to defensive driving to verbal deflection. How to strengthen their resiliency skills in order to combat both chronic and critical incident stress. Topics covered include: Applying crew resource management in EMS. Utilizing situational awareness and defensive driving for safe emergency vehicle operations. Employing multi-agency pre-planning, vehicle and practitioner visibility techniques, and defensive staging practices at roadside incidents. Utilizing lift assist teams, lifting and moving equipment, and behavioral controls to protect both EMS practitioners and patients from injury. Employing situational awareness to continually assess for the potential of violence on the scene and verbal and physical techniques to deescalate potential threats. Practicing infection and contagion control to protect both EMS practitioners and patients from emerging threats. Strengthening resiliency skills to help EMS practitioners cope with daily and critical incident stress. Ensuring personal readiness for the daily challenges and hazards of working in the field through optimal personal health. EMS Safety is offered as an 8-hour classroom course and is appropriate for all levels of EMS practitioners, other medical professionals providing prehospital patient care, and EMS supervisors and administrators. Students who successfully complete the course receive a certificate of completion and a wallet card good for 4 years. EMS Safety is accredited by CAPCE and recognized by NREMT.
Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS) remains the gold standard of education for emergency medical assessment and treatment. Endorsed by the National Association of EMS Physicians, AMLS emphasizes the use of the AMLS Assessment Pathway, a systematic tool for assessing and managing common medical conditions with urgent accuracy.
In the third edition of AMLS, students learn to recognize and manage common medical crises through realistic case-based scenarios that challenge students to apply their knowledge to highly critical patients. The course emphasizes the use of scene size-up, first impression, history, interactive group discussion on differential diagnosis and potential treatment strategies, and physical exam to systematically rule out and consider possibilities and probabilities in treating patients’ medical crises. The third edition AMLS library of patient simulations offers students an opportunity to apply critical thinking skills to a variety of patient presentations. Additional features include patient simulation monitor images and ECGs provided by iSimulate, to enhance students’ experience.
Learn how to appropriately use EPI-PENS and correctly administer Narcan. This is very important especially with the unfortunate increase in opioid overdoses!
This class is designed to help EMTs and First Responders, write call or incident reports. During this class you will learn how to correctly write a report and what abbreviations are approved for use, so you can ease your mind when it comes to liability. You do that by taking this class and learning the correct way to document everything that should be documented and how it should be. (We can also help you develop department call reports.)
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