Invictus Training Room
921 S. Hwy 160   #404  Pahrump
(next door to Master at Arms)

  This course will introduce and drill the basic skills necessary to manage life-threatening 
   penetrating trauma 

   In addition to Basic Life Support (BLS) skills, the training will emphasize self-care and 
   care under fire.

   Students will be familiarized with the contents of common "blowout" trauma kits and 
   practice with a variety of commercial and improvised pressure bandages, tourniquets 
   and hemostatic agents.

   Course topics will include:
   Scene security 
   Rapid trauma assessment 
   Treatment priorities 
   Controlling life-threatening bleeding 
   Tourniquets: when and how
   Hemostatic agents (Quikclot, Celox, etc.)
   Managing penetrating chest wounds
   Airway management 
   Triage in a multi-victim situation 
   Recommended trauma kit contents

    Students should wear comfortable clothing and 
    shoes suitable for moderate physical activity. 

    Warning - clothing may get stained with blood 


  INSTRUCTED BY:  Chuck Burnett, ECSI Wilderness First Aid Instructor,
                                           Law Enforcement Tactical Handgun Instructor

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   Article - Tac-med kits saves lives in Tucson Shooting

   Article - Doctors urge Americans to learn Tourniquet Use

     Click here to read students thoughts on this class.

   Prerequisites: None 

   Course fee:    $125 


Register by June 16th and receive a 15% discount ($85)

If you register a friend or family member, total cost for two is $150.

If you would prefer to pay the day of the class, please call us at 702.524.2195 to register or fill out this form.

  One takeaway from the recent mass shooting in  
  Las Vegas was that many lives were likely saved 
  by concert attendees rendering first aid and 
  transporting the wounded to hospitals.

  In a chaotic situation, particularly involving an 
  active shooter and multiple casualties, paramedic
  and ambulance response will be delayed until
  the  scene is controlled. Law enforcement and 
  Emergency medical agencies understand this,  
  and are embracing the concepts of “casualty 
  collection points” and “force protection” teams to 
  protect medics and allow casualties to be moved 
  out of the direct threat area.

  This takes substantial time in a big casualty 
  event. It may be a half hour or more before a 
  victim will have a “professional” rescuer working 
  on them.
  The people on scene have to be their own “first 
  Solid basic first aid skills and the will to take 
  action will pay huge dividends, but like all skills 
  these must be ingrained and rehearsed to be 
  reliable in a crisis.
  Due to student inquiries about gunshot/trauma 
  first aid training we are adding more tactical 
  medicine classes to our schedule.
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​Saturday, Feb. 17   3:00pm-8:00pm 
               Mar. 16   3:00pm-8:00pm
               Apr. 13    3:00pm-8:00pm