Based on the CDC recommendation for social distancing – our classes will continue, smaller in size and with modified curriculum to reduce the potential spread of contamination. And based on the CDC recommendation for people to consider wearing masks when they are in public, we are recommending students bring masks to wear during our classes as well.
We are not accepting walk in registrations in our office. All registrations will be taken by phone or on our website, MedicalTraining.cc. You should request your textbooks to be shipped or they can be left outside the door here, with your name on them.
We will modify this process as the CDC advises.
Thank you for understanding.
Inspired by the many tragedies that have struck our nation recently, including the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Fort Lauderdale Airport, and Pulse Nightclub, we have begun teaching the newly created Basic Bleeding Control courses to our local community.
A person who is bleeding can die from blood loss within five minutes. While emergency responders will arrive as quickly as possible, bystanders are almost always there first. In the case of disaster and high-casualty incidents, emergency services are often spread thin.
This course will provide civilians with the skills and basic tools to stop uncontrolled bleeding in an emergency situation
Dr. Lenworth M. Jacobs, Trauma Surgeon and leader of the Hartford Consensus, discusses the importance of teaching bleeding control techniques to community leaders and the general public.