Wilderness Medical Concerns – $150 –
Discussion forum of homeopathic and traditional medical remedies for the back country or when developed medical treatment is unavailable or unreliable. What plants and flora are available in the central Sierra Nevada Mtns and central Valley area and how to use them to treat illness or injury. Long term survival and temporary solutions will be discussed. Recommended reading and resource list provided.
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First Aid/CPR/AED – $140– (Pricing varies depending on options)
Wilderness First Aid – $200 – 16 hour course with both classroom and outdoor activities
First Aid/CPR/AED with separate Violent Force Trauma Class – $150
Combat Medicine and Tactics is a two or three-day (3), (16-30) hour course which combines Violent Force Trauma (VFT) solutions and Advanced Defensive Firearms topics along with lecture of survival principals and preparation. Students will enhance their pistol skills while also combining medical skills and their disaster preparedness. Optionally, This class includes a separate Red cross First Aid/CPR/AED certification class on the first day.
Topics include: • Basic understanding of violent trauma on the body. • Major killers of violent trauma. • Skills necessary to mitigate violent wounds. • What tools/equipment you actually need in your personal kit. • Advanced gun handling while in a pair or small unit. • Prioritizing hostile and trauma threats. • What to expect from different types of disasters. • What is your realistic plan for survival given different disaster scenarios.
Due to the live fire nature of this course in a pair or small unit, you must have completed our Advanced CCW (Gun Fighter) or have proof of completion of other equal or greater pistol training. Any questions please contact us.
Equipment list: • Desire to learn. • Pen/paper. • Lunch. • Defensive handgun with appropriate kydex holster. (or other retention holster) • 500 rounds of ammunition. (We will attempt to keep the round count down) • 4-6 magazines for your handgun. (minimum of 3 magazines) • Hat to deflect brass. • Personal water supply. Eye and Ear Protection. Everything else is optional: Knee and elbow pads, Shemaugh, Battle Belt, etc…