On June 16th, approximately 8 HVNRG members will attend this important training. If you are interested in getting first aid training, or know of a great course, please let us know.
This four-hour, skill-building workshop trains participants to recognize life threats in 15 seconds, protect an airway and stop bleeding.
Although designed for non-medical volunteers, many MDs, RNs and EMTs have attended the workshop and evaluated it as a timely and valuable update in knowledge and skills.
Marin Medical Reserve Corps MDs, RNs and EMTs lead the training and provide individual coaching. Marin County Department of Health & Human Services will provide Continuing Education Credits to MMRC RNs and EMTs who complete the class.
The focus is to build skills to help save a life in the first few minutes to hours after a major disaster, when 911 crews likely won’t be able to help everybody that needs help.