Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians
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Jaw Thrust rescue breathingAccident Scene Management is removing barriers in order to train more instructors. In the past ASM has required a full 4-day, on site Instructor training class be completed in order to certify an Instructor to teach. This has made Instructor training difficult for not only the student but for the trainers as well. With Blended Learning (BL) classes being so prevalent, ASM is proud to announce our new Blended Learning Instructor Training! Instructor candidates will still need to complete a Hands-On course with an approved Instructor Trainer. We have added 15 new Instructor Trainers to our list located all over the U.S. making it easier to find a class.

We have always maintained high standards for our Instructors, and their qualifications continue to require a medical background and a love of teaching. They are also required to be a motorcyclist so that they will best connect when teaching a student. Since launching our new online program less than a month ago we have 5 new instructors who are training including a couple from Canada! We also have an Instructor from VT, WI and CA training. ASM is now proudly in seven countries since our approach to responding to a motorcycle crash is universal.

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO BECOME A CERTIFED ASM INSTRUCTOR, CLICK HERE!