- MID - Columbus, IN
September 8, 2017 - September 11, 2017
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Do you enjoy helping others learn about saving lives? Do you have people in your family or circle of friends you want to more effectively help understand how to protect themselves?
Are you a serious student of life saving techniques? Ready to take your personal learning to the next level, and help introduce others to medical training? The best way to learn material is to prepare to teach that material. Properly instructing others requires you have a deep understand of the how and the why.
This is an instructor development course, but it is equally applicable to those who simply want to polish their own personal skills.
The course will focus heavily on participants teaching blocks of instruction, followed by critiques from the fellow participants.
Superior graduates will have the opportunity to work with MALC as assistants on future courses.
Those holding an EMR or higher license, or those who will be getting their EMR or higher, this course will prepare you for certification on the national level.
This is an intensive 4 days of training in the following skills:
- Pre-hospital trauma life support
- Hemorrhage, Airway, and Respiration Management
- Operation in Threat Zones
- Adult Education
- Training Safety
- Combat Mindset
- Problem Analysis
- Proper Gear
- Training IFAK
- Blood Pressure Cuff (Manual)
- BDU or Tactical Style Pants
- Note Pad and Pen
- Good Attitude
A preferred equipment list is available on request, along with special pricing.
This is a 4 day course, starting at 9am and finishing around 6pm each day.
Venue: Columbus, Indiana
Exact details will be sent to all participants 48 hours prior to the event.