Duration: 16 hours
This course consists of First Aid and Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) officially recognized by the FMC and the use of
the Automated External Defibrillator (AED). The General First Aid including CPR Level C and AED course enables students
to acquire general first aid skills. After obtaining their certificate, they are ready to respond to major medical issues and
trauma, and can practice emergency resuscitation techniques for all age groups.
- Goal and role of first aid
- Emergency scene management
- State of shock, unconscious subjects and loss of consciousness
- Clearing obstructed airways – adults, children and infants
- Cardiopulmonary emergencies and cardiopulmonary resuscitation – adults, children and infants
- Medical disorders (diabetes, convulsions, asthma and allergies)
- Automated external defibrillation (AED)
- Secondary exam
- Bone and joint injuries
- Head, spinal cord and pelvis injuries
- Thoracic injuries
- Treating wounds
- Eye injuries
- Poison, bites and stings
- Physical ailments due to heat and cold
For $70.00 You can add the 2 following modules coming with their own Certification of Qualification issued by
Monadnock® Expandable Baton (MEB) - 4 hours
Fundamental notions regarding the safe and proper use of The Expandable Police Baton, according to the original
recommendations of the Monadnock Police Training Council in the Monadnock MEB Training manual
- The nomenclature and specifications of the Expandable Police Baton
- The Canadian Use of Force teaching model.
- A preliminary study of the human anatomy and its vital points.
- Defensive positioning and tactical movement.
- Positioning relative to reactionary zones.
- Proper grip and duty belt positioning of the baton.
- Basic carrying positions of the baton.
- Blocking techniques (one and two handed).
- Striking techniques (one and two handed).
- Various baton extraction techniques.
- Baton retention techniques.
- Static and dynamic exercises.
Handcuffing Techniques - 4 hours
Fundamental notions regarding the proper use of handcuffs and the application thereof on a subject, including
preliminary searches and pat downs.
- Legal aspects regarding the application of handcuffs.
- Legal aspects regarding preliminary searches and pat downs.
- The nomenclature, handcuff types and maintenance.
- Proper handling and grip.
- Proper positioning on a duty belt.
- Controlled take-down techniques on a subject from the escort position (arm bar).
- The theory of positional asphyxia.
- The recovery position.
- Approaching and handcuffing a cooperative subject (standing).
- Preliminary search techniques (pat downs).
- Escorting a handcuffed subject.
- Tactical communication.