Emergency Medical Training

Get the skills to save lives.

What if the difference between a life saved and a life lost came down to your understanding of emergency first aid? Would you be ready? Whether you’re taking steps to proactively prepare for unexpected acts of violence at your organization, or you’re an individual who believes that effective emergency medical care is important enough to learn on your own time, you’ll never regret equipping yourself with the knowledge and skills necessary to save lives when you attend one of our Emergency Medical Training classes.

Emergency medical training saves lives.

The difference between a life saved and a life lost could come down to your training in emergency medical skills like applying tourniquets and packing wounds.

Our Emergency Medical Training doesn’t just show you what commercial lifesaving products like Bleeding Control Kits contain; it familiarizes you with those products by instructing attendees on how to properly apply tourniquets, pack wounds, and use bandages to control bleeding after a life-threatening injury. Once we explain how to effectively use these medical products, attendees are given the opportunity to practice using them.

We strongly believe that this hands-on approach to training is not just helpful, but absolutely essential.

A woman in jeans applies a tourniquet to another woman's upper thigh

Hands-on Practical Training

Of course, we understand that not everyone will keep a professional Bleeding Control kit everywhere they go, which is why we also provide instruction on how to create improvised, but still effective, tourniquets, wound-packing material, and more out of items likely to be already present in your environment.

Hands-on practical training utilizing lifelike medical trainers ensures that class attendees don’t just see lifesaving medical care in action, but they get the chance to build muscle memory and skills through providing that care themselves.

You are your own first responder.

When you witness a serious injury or are involved in an incident of violence at work, church, school, or even home, you may be the only person who can take action before law enforcement or EMTs arrive at the scene.

No matter where you are or who you are, when you’re on the scene in an emergency, you are the first responder. A bystander may wait for law enforcement to secure the scene and for EMTs to treat victims, but you don’t need a badge or a uniform to be an effective first responder — you just need training.

Get started scheduling your Emergency Medical Training class, or learn more about Active Shooter Training classes and our on-site Risk Assessments by contacting us at (888) 512-3530 or filling out the form.

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