Gunshot Wound First Aid

Beginner Handgun Safety

Most do not want to think it is likely to find themselves or someone else with a traumatic injury. However gunshot wounds and other traumatic injuries require IMMEDIATE medical care. Preparing yourself now can add precious time for emergency medical response to arrive.

COURSE TOPICS• Types of Traumatic Injuries• Active Shooter Considerations• Personal Protective Equipment• Initial Patient Assessment• Stopping Extremity & Non-Extremity Bleeding• Preventing & Treating Shock• Sucking Chest Wounds• Maintaining an Airway• Patient Movement• Creating a “Blow Out” Kit• Selecting a Hemostatic Agent• Improvised Medical Equipment• Everyday Carry Medical GearWHAT’S INCLUDED• Classroom Time

• Note taking materials
• Any existing medical kits or equipment (optional)

Sign-up is restricted to more than 2 hours before class start.



Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

A photo ID is required. This course is designed for students 21 and older, however 10 and older with parent or guardian attending the same class are permitted.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?


What is the refund policy?

All students are entitled to a full refund for a cancellation if notified one week or more prior to the scheduled class day. If the cancellation is notified less than one week prior to the class day, a full credit toward another class will be issued. If the cancellation is notified less than 48 hours prior to the class day, no refund or credit will be issued.