Situational Awareness Training
From personal safety to corporate ventures, our Situational Awareness Training will assess and enhance the participants current skills to help prepare and succeed in real world application. Our unique, unconventional approach to training will help ensure your goals are met. Course content will be custom focused on the end user, information and training will include and is not limited to the following: Mindset, the effects of stress, observation skills, identification of threats, decision making, personal skill development, practical application of skill set, & follow on training.
Stop The Bleed - ETCC Basic
This Trauma Care course is designed for the public. The ETCC-Basic Course is for those who want training in basic life-saving medical interventions, including bleeding control with direct pressure, tourniquets and wound packing. The goal of this course is to turn the bystander into an immediate responder who has the skills and the confidence to stop life-threatening bleeding prior to the arrival of professional first responders.
Stop The Bleed - ETCC Intermediate
This Trauma Care course is designed for the first responder and those who are currently working in the public safety community. The ETCC- Intermediate Course offers all of the bleeding control techniques as the ETCC- Basic Course in addition to an introduction to hemostatic gauze and agents to promote clotting. This course will also offer an introduction to basic airway management and basic treatments for respiration emergencies.
Stop The Bleed - ETCC Advanced
This Trauma Care Course, in accordance with the Principles of Guidelines Instruction set by the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC)/Committee for Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC), is for the medical professional. The ETCC- Advanced will review the trauma care priorities of the civilian and/or military battlefield high threat environment. These medical treatments will include life-threatening bleeding control techniques, TXA administration and fluid resuscitation guidelines.
Non Restricted PAL
The content of this course is controlled and approved by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canadian Firearms Program (CFP) and delivered by an approved instructor.
Topics covered in the CFSC include: the evolution of firearms, major parts, types and actions; basic firearms safety practices; ammunition; operating firearm actions; safe handling and carry procedures; firing techniques and procedures; care of non-restricted firearms; responsibilities of the firearms owner/user; and safe storage, display, transportation and handling of non-restricted firearms.
Participants must either possess a current valid Non-Restricted Firearms License OR registered in and passed the Non-Restricted Firearms Course prior to the start of the course. To be eligible to apply for a PAL, classroom participation in the Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) is mandatory for first-time licence applicants. Once the course is completed, individuals will then have to pass the tests. The content of this course is controlled and approved by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canadian Firearms Program (CFP) and delivered by an approved instructor.