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The classroom-based, Instructor-led BLS for Healthcare Providers Course teaches healthcare professionals the critical skills of high-quality CPR, to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.

The course is $60 and we require a $10 non-refundable deposit when you schedule the class. Please bring the remaining $50 either as cash or debit card when you come. Please print this reciept for your records.

Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED is a classroom, video-based, Instructor-led course that teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical services (EMS) arrives.

Students learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. This course also teaches adult CPR and AED use.

The course is $70 and we require a $10 non-refundable deposit when you schedule the class. Please bring the remaining $60 either as cash or debit card when you come. Please print this reciept for your records.

This course is for anyone who is a first responder or someone that wants to learn how to react in a stressful traumatic incident.  The class starts with two days of in-depth training in the various first-aid treatments that law enforcement and EMS personnel may have to use on the road.  With the trend in society for more and more violence towards first responders, there is a need to be trained and equipped to handle basic first aid. 

From minor wounds and injuries to gunshot, care under fire, and major trauma cases, this course provides training in how the responder can assist others or themselves.  This course offers a 2, 3, or 5 day course depending on what requirements you or your department needs. 

The 2 and 3 day courses are for basic (non-paramedic) first responders and the 5 day course is a much more detailed and in-depth class.  TCLEOSE hours are awarded for all of the class time that a student completes.  Once successful completion of this course, the first responders can return to their department and pass on some of the pearls of wisdom gained in this course.

Equipment for the class is provided, however you may bring what equipment you have to be used in class.  Wear comfortable clothing and on practical skills day, make sure the clothing can get dirty and stained (because it will).

 

Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC)

Developed by NAEMT’s Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Committee, the TECC program is based on the guidelines from the Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (Co-TECC) and the Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) program. TECC uses lessons learned from our military and applies them to the civilian world of tactical medicine.

This 16-hour course covers topics designed to decrease preventable death in the tactical situation.  Topics include: Hemorrhage control; surgical airway control and needle decompression; strategies for treating wounded responders in threatening environments; caring for pediatric patients; and techniques for dragging and carrying victims to safety.

At the core of the TECC program are three distinct phases that have been well-proven by TCCC-trained personnel in the war against terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan. The phases are as follows: 
•Direct Threat Care
Care that is rendered while under attack or in adverse conditions.
•Indirect Threat Care
Care that is rendered while the threat has been suppressed, but may resurface at any point.
•Evacuation
Care that is rendered while the casualty is being evacuated from the incident site. 
TECC focuses on the medicine during these phases of care and provides guidelines for managing trauma in the civilian tactical or hazardous environment. While TECC has a tactical slant, it takes an all-hazards approach to providing care outside the normal operating conditions of most EMS agencies, such as responding to a mass casualty or active shooter event.