Intended for anyone who wants to be capable of treating life threatening injuries, this 8 hour class is ideal for hunters, backcountry travelers, law enforcement officers and concealed carry practitioners. Bases on the lifesaving methods of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), students will be taught to respond to injuries that are immediately life threatening. The class format will be a mix of lecture and hands on practice in a classroom setting. No prior training is required, but Basic First Aid and CPR are recommended.
Date: April 26, 2012 Bend Oregon (exact location TBA)
Cost: $75.00 (includes in class supplies only)
Joe Hayes is an experienced practitioner of advanced life saving procedures utilizing unconventional methods and equipment working autonomously in austere environments.
His training and experience comes from eight years as a Special Operations Medic in the 75th Ranger Regiment. He served 5 tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, for a total of 2 solid years of combat deployment where he supervised the activities of junior providers and coordinated with higher medical authorities in addition to his normal responsibilities as a medic. He also had a tour as the sole Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) instructor for all prospective Ranger candidates, during which time he instructed over 2500 students.
Joe holds the following certifications: Paramedic (National Registry), Paramedic (USSOCOM), ACLS, ATLS, and CPR. He currently works on a Search and Rescue helicopter crew out of Kandahar Afghanistan providing fire support and medevac services.
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