Wilderness First Aid
Emergency Care for Remote Locations
This 8-36 hour course provides information on how to handle common injuries and illnesses when medical care is more than an hour away. This course is designed with a combination of classroom learning and hands on skills demonstration, practice, and testing. Contact us for more information regarding price and availability.
This 16 hour course is approved by the Boy Scouts of America and addresses everything individuals need to know to prevent and treat emergencies in remote areas where professional medical care is at least an hour away including; Bleeding and wound care, burns, bites, and stings, Bone, joint, and muscle injuries, Altitude illnesses, and much more
Most companies that employ a fleet of commercial vehicles look for more than commercial driver’s licenses (CDL) from their drivers. Fleet safety directors want to know that their drivers have the skills to operate safely on the roads, protect themselves from injury and accidents, and best represent the company for which they drive. Fleet Driver Safety provides drivers with these critical skills and helps them meet job requirements for safe driver training.
The Fleet Driver Safety course covers:
- Defensive driving strategies and incidence avoidance.
- Basic traffic laws and procedures.
- Safe driving practices in different environments and the challenges of driving in severe weather and other extreme conditions.
- The use of protective equipment to minimize injuries and accidents.
Over five million workers in health care related fields are at risk to exposure to bloodborne pathogens, such as the HIV virus and hepatitis B virus. Designed to meet the current Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) training requirements, Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens is designed to teach students and employees how to prepare for potential occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials. Bloodborne and Airborne Pathogens also includes supplemental information on airborne pathogens, such as tuberculosis, and other unusual infectious diseases
CPR / First Aid Courses
When athletes become ill or injured during practice or competition, coaches and athletic trainers need to know how to respond. Whether on the court, on the field, at the pool, or in the gym, coaches and trainers must be prepared to handle the common injuries and illnesses they will likely encounter while coaching their sport. Sports First Aid and Injury Prevention teaches coaches and trainers how to administer basic first aid to sick and injured athletes as well as well ways to prevent illnesses and injuries from occurring
The PedFACTs course is designed to give caregivers and teachers the education and confidence that they need to care effectively for sick or injured children. This participant manual is the core of the PedFACTs course with features that reinforce and expand on the essential information. Each emergency topic is divided into three sections:
- What You Should Know: Provides background information.
- What You Should Look For: Provides assessment information.
- What You Should Do: Provides first aid treatment information
The PedFACTs course also covers the “4Cs of Pediatric First Aid” help focus providers on the steps they need to take to safely manage emergencies: Check, Call, Care, and Complete.
New to the Second Edition, students can take the entire course in the classroom setting or have take the 2-hour online course before coming to class for the on-site skills and scenarios.