FIRST AID/TRAUMA TRAINING 2
Goals: equip students with introductory knowledge and hands-on experiences using forging to help them enhance the survival-ability of themselves and those within their protection sphere against select life threats.
Example use-cases: civilian response to active shooter, range AD, big game hunting with a partner
This class leverages skills learned in Trauma 1, expands them and uses 'forging' pressure and scenarios to help students apply life-saving skills when seconds count.
- Trauma scene and victim assessment
- 'Forging' of critical skills like tourniquets, wound packing, trauma dressings, and basic airway maneuvers. Chest seals and burn victim considerations are also covered
- Field treatment of breaks, sprains and dislocations
- Shock treatment fundamentals
- Basics of evacuating patients from the field, as well as ongoing assessment considerations