Training for individuals, business, government offices, education, and faith-based organizations.
CFR is an emergency medical course that is designed to prepare civilians to respond during active-threat incidents and to treat and sustain casualties involving major hemorrhage or penetrating injury to chest or abdomen. The training is based on TECC guidelines and is presented in the context of an active-threat environment with significant focus on preparation, tactics, and reality-based training techniques.
CFR training focuses on bridging-the-gap between incident and EMS and is based on TECC guidelines. Trainees do not require any prior medical training to participate.
- Civilian response tactics
- Casualty movement
- Casualty assessment
- Hemorrhage control
- Airway management
- Penetrating injury to chest or abdomen
- Course features reality-based civilian exercises
- CPR/AED Training
All persons both in and out of the workplace should be trained to respond to cardiac arrest. Most workplaces require CPR training and many organizations provide it simply because it’s the right thing to do.