CPR / AED / Stop The Bleed
February 15, 2020
Class limited to 12 students.
Overview: This one-day class consists of professional level CPR/AED along with the nationally recognized Stop the Bleed course. The class includes training in all levels of CPR and AED for the adult, child, and infant. It also covers recognition and response to choking victims and recognition and response for anaphylaxis / allergic reactions. The Stop The Bleed portion of this class is a nationally recognized curriculum that teaches the student how to recognize the need for emergency life-threatening wound management, as well as the application of those skills. Upon completion, students will receive a two-year certification in CPR to the professional standard and a Stop the Bleed certificate, both nationally recognized and accepted.
Class: This is a 1-day course starting at 8 AM and finishing around 6 PM. The first part of the class will be CPR and CPR/AED training, followed by practice, check-offs and scenario-based learning. The second part of the class is Stop The Bleed. Students will will learn to recognize immediate life-threatening injuries and learn lifesaving adjuncts such as tourniquets and pressure bandages. After all skills have been taught, the students will begin scenario-based exercises combining all the skillsets they have learned. This will build their confidence and reactionary recognition / treatment skills in order to immediately recognize the need for CPR, AED, tourniquets, etc. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive CPR cards and Stop the Bleed Certificates.
Lead Instructor: Evan Clyburn is a Nationally Registered EMT Advanced and a certified Tactical Medic working for the Emergency Management Agency where he currently serves as the operations and training officer. He is also an active Deputy Sheriff assigned to S.W.A.T. as a Tactical Medic, and teaches and trains for the department. He started his career 20 years ago in EMS and has been an FTO for several large agencies and holds numerous advanced and instructor certifications in technical rescue, swiftwater rescue, rope rescue, and fire. He has been deployed on numerous search and rescue operations involving floods, caves, mountain rescues, and dive operations. In his off time can be found paddle boarding and hiking in the great outdoors.
Assistant Instructors: Randall's Adventure & Training Search and Rescue members.
Required Gear: A great attitude and a willingness to learn.
If you are a member of Randall’s Adventure & Training Search and Rescue, there is no charge for this class. Please email Patrick below to add your name to the class roster.
For more information contact Patrick Rollins: Ph: (256) 613-3834, email: email@example.com.