We take the knowledge of how to prevent massive bleeding seriously. So seriously, that we decided to dive into our existing curriculum and create a class focused around the “M” inside of the MARCHE algorithm
The purpose of the Responder I class is to train the individual on trauma medicine tactics to treat arterial bleeding, gun shot wounds, sucking chest wounds, lacerations, and other common traumatic injuries.
Once you've taken Responder I, you can now choose to take the Responder II which builds increased familiarity with the MARCH-E algorithm through classroom, hands on application and introductions to scenario based training
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My intention was merely to gain some knowledge that I could take into the next phase of my life as I look to a far more rural lifestyle. This was surpassed in the first few minutes of the training.I learned important actionable techniques in a manner that far exceeded any expectation...
You guys know the literature well and I can tell you are both passionate about teaching this information and doing what you love to do. Thanks again for making the class hands on, entertaining, sharing close stories and keeping us on our toes. I have been to plenty of training classes and first aid that are all boring and just a bunch of PowerPoint slides. This was one of the best training classes I have been to....
We went in to this class with no experience or knowledge for treating traumatic bleeding. By the time we left, we all felt confident that we could handle such a traumatic event. The instructors demonstrated confidence in their expertise and were able to teach in a way that built confidence in the attendees...
Hi Christopher,Thanks again to you, Twitch, JT and the entire team for an awesome training in Tell City, IN.I feel like I leveled up in all of the areas I needed to, and can now effectively utilize the contents of my IFAKs. At the same time, the final scenario revealed areas of real weakness, and I'll be prioritizing addressing these in the weeks and months ahead via practice sessions in the home...
I attended your responder one training course in Branson on May first which I thought was awesome training. Saturday I was rear ended by a motorcycle, they went airborne, and landed in the median; because of your training I was able to not freeze up. The passenger was unconcious with broken bones on nearly the whole right side of her body as well as a broken left arm, she was not breathing...
Folks, I just attended the Essential Responder course in Nampa, Idaho. I drove 1300 miles to get here for this and it was absolutely worth every mile. Twitch and Phelps ran a true high speed course. They didn't just teach me and my classmates how not to die or to buy a little more time for someone we come into contact with...