Medical course: Self Care & Buddy Aid, Oct 10 & 17, TruPrep in Marietta

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This is a GA POST curriculum course.

We will be running this course twice; once on October 10, and again on October 17. Both are the same course and you only need to take it once.

Course runs from 9am - 5:00pm at TruPrep in Marietta.

This class is limited to 8 students per day.
Cost is $150 per student. The only way to guarantee your slot is to sign-up and pre-pay. I accept check, cash, money order, PayPal (+3.2%), and Venmo. Contact me directly for enrollment.

Topics covered will include, but are not limited to:

Recognize a Life Threatening Injury.

Conducting Rapid Assessments and Treatments

MARCH E concept

Discuss common injuries and illness related to violent encounters:
-Gunshot wounds
-Knife wounds
-Blast injuries

Remote medicine assessment and treatment, when it is necessary and why

Individual first aid kits (IFAKS), different configurations and content and size

Hands on skills training

Emergency Trauma Dressing

Tourniquets:
-How to choose the right tourniquet
-Myths about tourniquets
-Hands on training with Combat Application -Tourniquet (CAT)
-Upper extremity and lower extremity
-Multiple tourniquet application

Nasopharyngeal Airway

Chest Seals

How and why to pack a wound

Advantages with and without hemostatic bandages

Different types of hemostatic bandages

Here is the IFAK that the Instructor recommends, but he said if you already have one, he'll train you on that one.
https://www.southeasterntac.com/product-page/bleeding-control-kit
Sku # 85-1406

Instructor Bio:

Rodney Lewis

B.S. NRP CCEMTP

Rodney Lewis brings an extensive knowledge and experience in EMS and law enforcement. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Georgia Southern University. While working on his degree he was also working as an EMT and Paramedic. Rodney has been involved in Public Safety for 21 years mostly in Atlanta, GA working for Grady EMS as a Paramedic. His experience Ranges from EMS to Federal Law Enforcement. Rodney was a Field training officer, Supervisor and one of the original members of Grady’s EMS special operations team. Grady’s Special Operations team provided medical support for law enforcement on the local, state, federal level and did the Bio safety transport for the Center for Disease control. Rodney is the state of Georgia’s National Association of Emergency Medical Technician Coordinator (NAEMT), Georgia Paramedic instructor and a critical care paramedic. Rodney has been an instructor for many pre hospital medical course for more than 15 years, ranging from basic and Advanced Life Supports classes, self-care buddy Aid to law Enforcement and Tactical Combat Casualty Care for EMS providers and law Enforcement.

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What type of previous training is recommended for this type of class?
 
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Opened up the second day; October 17.

One slot left on October 10, and wide open for October 17.

If you signed up for October 10, and would prefer to take the October 17 course instead, just let me know.