Upcoming hunting trip? Camping or hiking at a state or national park? IRT is now offering American Red Cross certification in Wilderness and Outdoor First Aid. Learn First Aid to treat compound fractures, snake bites, gunshot wounds, and other traumatic injuries. Learn proper evacuation techniques for times when advanced medical attention is 60+ minutes away.
Being prepared means having the mindset, knowledge, and tools to react to physical threats and medical emergencies. Mindset and knowledge come from training and are carried internally. Unfortunately, the tools need to be carried physically.
That’s why I have Gracie. Gracie is a three year old Bernese Mountain Dog who is extremely eager to help carry gear! Water, trauma kit, bag dispenser, she couldn’t be happier or feel more important then when she is carrying a pack. And I couldn’t be happier knowing I have essential equipment in case of an emergency.
If you have the mindset, but are looking for the training and tools to react to a physical threat or medical emergencies, contact IRT for opportunities.
When you complete IRT’s 8 hour Immediate Trauma Care class, not only do you leave a certified American Red Cross First-Aid/CPR/ AED provider, Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) First Care Provider, Stop the Bleed wound care provider, but you will also be equipped with IRT’s custom trauma pouch.
This customized pouch includes a genuine North American Rescue Combat Application Tourniquet, Hyfin Vent Chest Seal Compact Twin Pack, North American Rescue S-rolled Gauze, H&H Medical SWAT-T, and a pair of high quality Trauma sheers all neatly carried in a 600D poly, dual zip, MOLLE bag with prefixed D-rings for multiple carry options.
Don’t miss this opportunity to train and equip yourself for whatever may come. Count yourself among people prepared.
IRT offers a specialized certification in TECC for First Responders with a duty to Act (Law Enforcement and Firefighters not trained as EMS) This course provides knowledge and training to deal with an active threat environment.
In the event of a mass casualty event, time is the enemy of the wounded. The more people prepared to step up and provide care, the better the chances are for survival. TECC is rapidly becoming the globally recognized standard for initial, pre-medical first aid in high risk scenarios. Whether you are a concerned citizen looking to be prepared, a CCW holder, hunter, or gun owner in general, knowing what to do in high risk first aid situations is your duty.