Must be an active duty sworn law enforcement officer, active duty member of the United States Armed Forces, or an active duty licensed ARMED security officer.
This 8 hour training course focuses on providing firearms instructors with the skills and
knowledge to develop emergency medical action plans and how to implement them by
providing the appropriate immediate medical care to students who are injured in
Unfortunately, even in training, injuries occur. The possibility of injuries occurring in
training vary from twisted ankles during dynamic courses, to bee stings, hypothermia
and heat stroke, to serious traumatic injuries received from projectile splashback or
Using techniques designed for and proven by the U.S. military, this course introduces
firearms instructors to pre-incident planning, preparation, and provision of basic,
effective, initial medical care for themselves and others.