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Our Emergency Trauma Care training program is designed from the ground up to prepare the student with life saving information and skills to be utilized when confronted with traumatic injuries. When faced with gunshot wounds, stab wounds, massive bleed situations, and other trauma type injuries; the actions taken very early on in the incident will determine the survivability of the injured person, which is why the skills necessary to address these types of situations are critical. This class will contain lecture as well as practical application of the course material utilizing applicable medical training aids.
Jerry is a retired Law Enforcement Officer who served as a SWAT Operator/TAC Medic. In addition to his law enforcement career, Jerry is a former Baltimore County Firefighter and Paramedic. He holds Instructor certifications through the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission (MPCTC), American Red Cross, American Heart Association, etc. During his time in the Police Special Operation field, he participated in many high risk incidents, including SWAT and civil disturbance (riot) operations. In addition, he instructed recruit and "In-Service" police officers in Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC), CPR, First Aid, amongst other topics. His additional qualifications/certifications can be found on our staff page.
This class will focus on numerous different life saving skill sets/topics, which include but aren't limited to: Scene Safety, Patient Assessment utilizing the MARCH acronym, Utilizing things such as Tourniquets, Pressure, and Wound Packing to mitigate massive bleeding. Also covered, will be the use of Chest Seals, Nasopharyngeal Airways, etc.
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Identify and treat sources of massive hemorrhage.
Ensure the airway is viable.
Assess and address immediate respiratory distress.
Assess and treat circulatory distress.
Identify and treat head trauma and/or hypothermia.
Utilizing MARCH we can effectively and efficiently conduct our patient assessment and determine what care to give in what order. Proper assessment and prioritized care can mean the difference between life and death when confronted with traumatic injuries.
- Students must be capable of kneeling down/laying down in order to conduct practical exercises.
- Students must wear comfortable clothing that they do not mind getting dirty.
- Any prospective student with a health concern (that could interfere with their participation in the class) should disclose that information prior to signing up for the class. Staff instructors will evaluate the issue and determine if the student will be able to participate.
- All students must agree to signing release of liability waivers.
This class is limited to a MAXIMUM of 10 students.
Approximately 6.0 hours
730 Wampler Road
Middle River, MD 21220
Class begins promptly at 8:00 AM and concludes at approximately 2:00 PM.
Class check-in begins at 7:45 AM.
What Do I Need To Bring:
Information of what to bring can be found on your confirmation email as well as above. Students should bring ID, note taking material, snacks/lunch, appropriate clothing, etc. See above for further information.
*Do not bring any weapons, knives, firearms, or ammunition into the classroom*
Saturday January 20, 2024 8:00am - 2:00pm (Spots Available)
Saturday March 16, 2024 8:00am - 2:00pm (Spots Available)
Saturday May 18, 2024 8:00am - 2:00pm (Spots Available)
Saturday September 21, 2024 8:00am - 2:00pm (Spots Available)
Use this section to make your electronic payment for the above referenced class. You will receive email notification once your payment has been successfully sub mitted. No further action on your part is required.