ASM Instructors are Trendsetters

ASM Instructors not only demonstrate a passion and expertise by teaching Motorcycle Trauma First Response but they also  serve their communities with Presentations about How to help a friend in need.

Accident Scene Management Billboard-2This month, Teresa McClelland, affectionately known as “Trauma Mama” and Accident Scene Management are being featured on 22 LED lit billboards in the Phoenix, AZ area as the Motorcycle Safety Program of the Month. Well known motorcycle attorneys in the area, Mark and Alexis Breyer from Breyer Law, are sponsoring the billboards and a full day class for only $25.00 to be held August 15th from 9-4:30 pm. Lunch will be provided.

Click HERE to get more details about the class and sign up.

Kathleen-RRconferenceIn July, Kathleen Bridgewater from New Jersey was asked to do a presentation about our courses to a group of 200 who attended Road Runner Magazine’s Touring Conference in Winston-Salem, NC. Kathleen and her husband have toured abroad with the magazine. Because Kathleen is an RN and certified ASM instructor she was asked to introduce those who were in attendance to what it is we teach and why motorcycle trauma specific training is necessary. RoadRunnerSceduleShe explained the most likely person to be first at the scene of a motorcycle crash is another motorcyclist and that it is imperative that we all know how to properly help a friend. She encouraged all riders to get trained, especially those who are in positions of leadership. Like many of our instructors, Kathleen loves to travel. You can learn more about her HERE: http://roadguardians.org/instructor-bios/#NJ.

Vicki TeachingIn July Vicki Sanfelipo from Wisconsin also did presentations at a large Women’s annual conference.  Women on Wheels had their 29th annual “Ride In” in Oconomowoc, WI July 7-9 and Vicki taught two 90 minute seminars to eager participants. In that short time she was able to take them through PACT and ABCSS of trauma. All participants were encouraged to complete a full certification program with hands on once they got home. It’s not too early to start planning a class for your group this fall or winter!

Click here to get a schedule of Vicki’s schedule in Sturgis, including her live radio show and safety presentations at the Allstate Rider Protection Zone on LaSalle St.

To find an instructor near you, go to: http://roadguardians.org/instructor/become-an-instructor/

To see if there are any classes nearby, Click here: http://roadguardians.org/schedule/

Do you know how to help your friends? Do they know how to help you?

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