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Medical Training

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Basic Medical Skills Seminnar

 

$110 Non-Members / Member $85

Overview

The  Basic Medical Tasks Seminar teaches four easy-to-learn trauma management treatments for a trauma patient. Starting with a short introduction of active shooter facts and injuries encountered over the past decade. This seminar teaches these treatments in a simple hands-on environment. All patient care items are provided for the student.

Subjects Covered

Course Requirements

  • Apply Tourniquet to Extremities

  • Wound Pack and Wrap

  • Insert NPA

  • Apply Occlusive Dressing

  • Pen and Notebook

Intermediate Medical Skills Seminar

 

$110 Non-Members / Member $85

Overview

The Intermediate Medical Skills Seminar teaches four easy-to-learn trauma management treatments for a trauma patient. This continues the S.M.A.R.C.H.E.R. treatment sequence for a trauma patient. This seminar teaches these treatments in a simple hands-on environment. You must have completed the Basic Medical Tasks Seminar to attend this seminar. All patient Care items are provided for the student  

Subjects Covered

Course Requirements

  • Splinting Principles

  • Apply Splints to Long bones

  • Pelvis Stabilization

  • Treat Eye and Head Injuries

  • Treat Flailed Chest Segments

  • Bandages and Dressings

  • Must have completed Basic Medical Skills Seminar

  • Pen and Notebook

Introduction to Casualty Care Course

 

$400 Non-Members / Member $275

Overview

The Casualty Care Course is a basic first aid training course that focuses on the art of trauma management in situations where medical help is not readily available. Taught by a Special Operations Combat Medic, you will learn the sequence of expedited trauma treatment for most if not all types of injuries. This is not a combat trauma-only treatment course. You will learn mechanisms of Injuries, treatment techniques, patient immobilization, improvised medical techniques, and more.  This course will include the Basic Medical Skills Seminar as part of the course. All patient care items are provided for the student 

Subjects Covered

Course Requirements

  • Casualty Care Treatment Sequence (S.M.A.R.C.H.E.R. Primary Survey)

  • Shock Management/ controlling hemorrhage  

  • Application of Tourniquets review

  • Airway Management review

  • NPA application review

  • Thoracic Trauma review

  • Bandage and Splinting 

  • Intro to Secondary Survey of a trauma patient.

  • Pen and notebook

Secondary Casualty Care Course

 

$400 Non-Members / Member $275

Overview

This is a continuation of the Intro to Casualty Care training where the student learns to continue the treatment of a multi-system trauma patient. This course reviews the Primary Patient Survey utilizing the S.M.A.R.C.H.E.R. acronym and trains the student to do a comprehensive secondary Survey and treatments for many different types of injuries. You must have completed the Basic Skills Seminars and the Intro to Casualty Care Course before attending this course. All patient care items are provided for the student

Subjects Covered

Course Requirements

  • Review Primary Survey

  • Review Basic and intermediate Skills

  • Secondary Survey Sequence

  • complete Intro to Casualty Care Course

Dynamic Casualty Care Course

 

$425 Non-Members / Member $375

Overview

This course is the continuation of our Medical skills series of courses. The student will use the previously learned skills in moulage /realistic scenario-based training. Patient scenarios are based on real-world injury patterns for an active shooter, Motor vehicle accidents, and in the home injuries of multi-system trauma patients. All medical treatment items are provided for the student. 

Subjects Covered

Course Requirements

  • Primary Survey

  • Secondary Survey

  • Care in a realistic envirnoment

  • Must have completed Secondary Casualty Care Course