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TRAINING TO SAVE LIVES

Save One More Life is dedicated to training people to save lives, both physically and spiritually. We believe that everyone has the potential to be a lifesaver, and we offer donation-based classes to help individuals obtain the trauma aid skills they need. Join us in our mission to save lives. 

Class Descriptions

We offer a variety of donation-based, high-intensity training that focuses on a hands-on application of bleeding control concepts. Each class offers distinct skills and can be done in many different settings. We travel across the United States to make the training as accessible as possible to anyone interested. Child care is not provided and children are not allowed to observe the classes. Teens are allowed to take the classes with a parent or guardian. 

Lifesaver

The purpose of this class is to train the student in basic trauma medicine through a hands-on application of bleeding control concepts. The class covers the MARCH-E algorithm in its entirety and trains students to respond to different injuries such as arterial bleeding, gunshot wounds, sucking chest wounds, lacerations, and other common traumatic injuries. This is a physically active and interactive class that drives students to render aid in stressful environments. This class develops teamwork by exposing students to different scenarios. It is designed to augment students’ skills through multiple repetitions of the skills being taught. Students will leave this class feeling confident in their ability to save lives. This is a 4-hour physically active class. Wear disposable, comfortable clothes to move in and closed toes shoes. 

 

You will learn to:

  • Think like a responder and develop a mindset

  • Recognize and treat arterial bleeding

  • Stage and apply tourniquets

  • Wound pack using gauze

  • Apply a pressure bandage

  • Apply chest seals

  • Administer a nasopharyngeal airway

  • Apply direct pressure to a wound

  • Manage casualty body temperature

  • Treat head and eye injuries

  • Recognize physical reactions and function under stress

  • Communicate with 911 and interact with first responders

Life Keeper

Pre-requisite Lifesaver class. The purpose of this class is for the student to perform trauma aid while experiencing sensory deprivation. The student will be expected to render aid to self and others while enduring simulated injuries. Scenario-based training will guide the students through multiple environments that will take their skills to the next proficiency level. This is a 4-hour physically active class. Wear disposable, comfortable clothes to move in and closed toes shoes. 

You will learn to:

  • Apply all skills from the Save a Life class with simulated physical limitations

  • Stage and apply tourniquets one-handed

  • Wound pack one-handed

  • Render aid with restricted visibility

  • Render aid while experiencing auditory exclusion

Night Rescuer

Pre-requisite Lifesaver class. The purpose of this class is to learn how to function in low-light settings to save lives. This class includes force-on-force, high-stress scenarios. It covers how to render aid in different hazardous environments and how to handle dangerous agents such as chemicals and narcotics. Students must bring a handheld flashlight, a headlamp, and extra batteries. This is a 6-hour physically active class. Wear disposable comfortable clothes to move in and closed toes shoes. *Epilepsy warning: Strobe lights used*

You will learn to:

  • Use and manipulate light to render aid

  • Use and manipulate a flashlight with a self-defense weapon

  • Function in and around vehicles and roadways in low-light settings

  • Decontaminate eyes

  • Function around chemical exposures and narcotic hazards

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JOIN US!

Together, we can save lives.

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