Twenty-three percent of people experiencing a traumatic medical emergency die before first responders arrive because no one on scene was trained in first aid. This online Immediate Responder First Aid Course will train you to respond to medical emergencies while EMS is on the way.
When someone experiences a medical emergency, there is a silent response gap – the time between the occurrence of the medical emergency and the arrival of professional first responders. During this critical period, those injured can deteriorate and can die before first responders arrive. In the United States, the average response time for EMS is approximately seven minutes in the city and fifteen minutes outside the city.
We need Immediate Responders – people who are at the scene and will step into the Silent Response Gap to provide first aid while waiting on EMS to arrive.
You can be this Immediate Responder and step confidently into the Silent Response Gap and be someone’s hero. In this online course, you will learn to identify and manage life-threatening injuries occurring during accidents, a disaster, an active shooter event, or a bombing.
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This engaging course will train you to be an Immediate Responder. Photographs of actual injuries and step-by-step demonstrations are used throughout the course to train you to identify, treat and manage injuries and illnesses. Topics covered in this course include:
RESPOND AND ASSESS
- Scene Assessment and Safety
- Patient Assessment
- Moving Patients
- Recovery Position
- Lifting Patients
- Documentation of Care – SOAP Notes
- Gunshot Wounds
- Open Pneumothorax (Sucking Chest Wound)
- Airway Management
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Bleeding Control
- Direct Presure
- Hemostatic Dressings
- Wound Packing
- Digital Pressure
- Digital Pinch
- Musculoskeletal Injuries
- Arm Splinting
- Leg Splinting
- Pain Control
Online Immediate Responder Course
The Immediate Responder First Aid Course is perfect for anyone who desires comprehensive first aid training and learn how to provide first aid in the critical first minutes of a medical emergency. Enroll now and get started.
- Self-paced Curriculum. You can view and complete the entire course on your schedule.No time limit to complete.
- Immediate Access to All Course Resources. Online access to the course book, Immediate Responder First Aid on your computer, phone or tablet. You can download the Immediate Responder First Aid App to your phone and always have the book available for medical emergencies – even if you have no cellular or WiFi connection.
- No Boring Presentations. Over two-dozen, lively, concise, to-the-point video presentations and demonstrations. Three total hours of training that you can complete at your own pace. All presentations are four to nine minutes in length.
- Professional Instructor. Jeffrey Imel, National Registry EMT, Wilderness EMT, certified Emergency Medical Services Educator, and author of four books on first aid and three apps. Over two decades of teaching experience. Learn more at the School of First Aid
- Practice scenarios where you can practice what you learned in the course
- Quizzes to test your knowledge
- Certificate of Completion. Upon completion of the course you will receive a Certificate of Completion that identifies you as a trained Immediate Responder.
- Money-Back Guarantee. If you are not happy with the course for any reason, I will gladly refund your money within thirty days of purchasing the course.
This course goes beyond the Stop the Bleed and basic first aid curriculum. The course is consistent with the Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Committee’s Active Bystander Guidelines.
Upon successful completion of this course you will have the training to identify and manage life-threatening injuries and improve the outcome of a person experience a medical emergency.
Money Back Guarantee
If you are not happy with the course for any reason, I will gladly refund your money within thirty days of purchasing the course or viewing less than five lectures of the course, whichever comes first.
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