Please note there is a $50 deposit upon registration, with $100 CASH due on day of class.
This full day class is designed to teach the student what to do and how to respond and treat a casualty in the event of a traumatic injury or medical emergency.
Emphasis is placed on stopping bleeding and bandaging wounds. This is not strictly a “gunshot” class.
Lesson plans and hands on applications will cover many various injuries including: lacerations, shock, blood loss, head injuries, fractures, and more).
We will also cover med kit and personal first aid kit contents.
The time to learn is now, before an incident happens.
This class will include, but is not limited to:
– Basic first aid and advanced trauma / wound care
– Self Aid
– Rapid patient assessment
– Effectively stopping massive bleeding
– Basic anatomy and physiology of life-sustaining systems
– H, A, B, C’s—Hemorrhage, Airway, Breathing and Circulation
– Contents and application of Individual med kit components
– Proper storage and employment of the med kit
– Basic and advanced airway management – treating and monitoring
tension pneumo thorax, sucking chest wound and flail chest
– Use of bandages, compression bandages, gauze, and hemostatic agents (celox, combat gauze, etc.)
– Proper use, storage and application of tourniquets, chest seals, NPA.
– Recognition and Treatment of various injuries (gunshots, lacerations,
burns, airway blockage, head injuries, orthopedic, environmental)
– Recognition and treatment of hypovolemic (hemorrhagic) shock
– Moving and positioning victims with various injuries
– Evacuation considerations
– Prioritizing care
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
• NRA Certified Range Safety Officer
• NYS Emergency Medical Technician
• CPR / AED Certified
• Tactical Combat Casualty Care Certified
• NYS Licensed to Install and Service Alarm Systems
• FEMA Certified in Incident Command
• FEMA Certified in Active Shooter Responses
Chris became involved in EMS at an early age by volunteering at his local ambulance/rescue squad in College Point, NY where he took his 1st CPR and First Aid class. Seeking to expand on these initial courses, he enrolled in an EMT program at 17, turning 18 just before passing the NYS certifying exam over 28 years ago.
Chris continued to volunteer and worked as an EMT in NYC throughout the 1990’s and well into the 2000’s. During this time, he also taught a variety of courses for the American Red Cross, American Heart Association and worked alongside fellow EMS veterans to teach EMT courses at one of the longest operating and most respected training facilities within NY State, the Regional Training Center for Emergency Medical Technicians. Here, he helped to train and re-certify thousands of Certified First Responders and fellow EMT’s for over 15 years.
In late 2015, Chris decided to take the necessary steps to secure his pistol permit, a friend suggested he check out OnSight Firearms Training and that’s where met Ben, Rachel, and the rest of the team. In addition to partaking in Pistol, Shotgun and Carbine courses, Chris frequently assists OFT as an RSO.
Chris co-owns a security company which provides life safety solutions to everyone from regular homeowners up to fortune 500 companies and their CEO’s.
All training material will be provided. Students are encouraged to bring notepads and pens for note taking.
Private and group shooting lessons available – Rifle – Pistol – Shotgun – Women’s classes available. New York (resident) pistol permit classes, Utah, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Florida, Virginia, Arizona, Massachusetts non-resident carry permit classes available.
CUSTOMER REFUND REQUESTS OR CUSTOMER CANCELLATIONS
No Refunds unless we cancel the course.
If you have to cancel attending a course you are registered for you may opt to transfer to another course that has openings within the calendar year provided you give 72 hours notice of the cancellation. No exceptions.
No-Call/No-Show: Participants who do not show to the event without prior 72 hour notice forfeit their deposit.
We have a class we do twice a year called "Stay In The Fight". One day all classroom med and medical application and day two is application of those skills in a live fire situation. Keep an eye out for it.