The Charlie Mike Solutions, LLC Trauma Management Course (TMC) is designed to provide students with the skills to provide immediate lifesaving care to themselves or others in the event traumatic injury. The course will provide instruction, problem solving and hands-on training and is designed to enable the student to keep a patient alive long enough to pass that patient over to dedicated emergency medical personnel.
The types of injuries to be addressed during the course will include, but not be limited to:
Severe cuts/stab wounds, burns, gunshot wounds, traumatic amputation, and shock.
Additionally, students will be introduced to various methods casualty evacuation. The CMS Trauma Management Course is an 8 hour training day. Charlie Mike Solutions will provide all training material and training aides. However, it is recommended that you bring the 1st aid kit that you typically have so that we may help you evaluate & understand your equipment. Additional gear, supplies and kits are available for purchase from Charlie Mike Solutions to meet your needs.
For WV Law Enforcement: This is a LEPSIS certified course and will provide 8 hours of in-service credit.
The next courses are scheduled for March 23rd, March 24th, May 7th, and May 8th at the CMS Training Facility in Branchland, WV, near Beech Fork State Park. Enrollment is limited to 8 students per day.
Any new dates will be announced on our Facebook page and posted here, or email for more information at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Jeff Miller on 26th Mar 2018
This is an outstanding course for anyone who could not stand and watch people possibly die waiting on professional medical personnel to arrive. The majority of the class is geared to severe injuries such as loss of limb, severe blood loss, arterial bleeding, sucking chest wounds, and respiratory troubles. It also instructs you on the equipment that will be needed for each situation and how they are to be applied and improvised with everyday items.. All the way down to even non-life threatening injuries such as fractures and different methods of immobilizing the effected limb and how to aid that person in getting to a location where they can be evacuated by ambulance or helicopter. The class covered far more than I expected and the knowledge of the instructors and inclusion of hands on practice of the material taught was exemplary. I felt I got far more than what I paid for. I cannot recommend this class high enough.
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