Phil Lemin has the experience of 30yrs in Emergency Ambulance in Rural Victoria, Australia and he continued his emergency work on Remote Mining and Construction sites throughout Australia. Phil has been a long term motorcyclist and has been touted as owning every brand of motorcycle made with the exception of Harley Davidson.
Newton, Australia – Lezanne Dekoning, ASM Lead Instructor Lezanne is a serious Adrenalin Junky and loves anything that challenges her and her ability, she is a trained Scuba Diving Instructor and in her spare time she is a pilot and flies aerobatics and thus knows the thrill adrenalin can give. In 2013 she started riding Harleys from never been on a bike before but she needed to feel the exhilaration only bikers can explain. Due to her background as an Ambulance Emergency Assistant Paramedic, she is fully aware of the risks biking can have and have treated many bikers on scenes of accidents. She is very passionate about training and assisting people and has been training First Aid since 1995. She started her own First Aid and Emergency Training Company in 2002 and trains lots of different First Aid courses and have a huge range of students from Laypeople to Doctors, Nurses and Paramedics. Lezanne trains First Aid classes Level 1,2 and 3, she is also a Resuscitation Council of South Africa Instructor and American Heart Association Instructor training CPR courses.
She is part of the Johannesburg HOG Chapter and has two Harleys that she rides regularly, one Harley Trike and then her Prize winning Dragon bike Scorcher (a fully customized Harley Street Bob). She recently started riding her husband’s Heritage Soft-tail and has now taken it over from him as her own bike- leaving her husband with only 1 Street Glide… “The heritage is an awesome bike to ride, it’s fun and comfortable and I love the rumbling vibration. We ride nearly every weekend and sometimes even take the bike through some serious traffic to work in a very busy Johannesburg.”
Being in South Africa and having all the beautiful roads to travel on- some areas are very remote and sadly getting an ambulance to a scene of an accident even in big cities may be a huge challenge. “Through the years of working on the road as Ambulance Emergency Assistant, I have seen many people die or seriously injured due to lack of available emergency assistance and patient care, not having enough First Aiders and not having the right equipment and training- it is my dream to train as many people in the Bystander Assistance Program as possible to Save Lives and allow patients to ‘live to ride another day’.”
Lezanne is currently working for an International Medical Company full time as a Marketing Manager and is involved in training of distributors and healthcare professionals. Lezanne has many years of management experience since 1998 and has been employed in many different divisions from Sales to Marketing and Training.
As of 2020 Lezanne has continued her journey by relocating to Australia.
Lezanne is available for training in Australia. Contact her by filling out the online form.
Mabuhay! I am better known as “LEBOY” by my friends around as well as from the riding community. Formerly connected with Leyte Industrial Development Estate (LIDE) PASAR Hospital, Isabel, Leyte, Philippines owned and managed by Philippine Associated Smelting & Refining Corporation, I am presently an entrepreneur now here on one of the interior towns of Bohol, Philippines after availing early separation program from almost two decades of corporate works.
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I started to enjoy the passion of motorcycling since teenage years and got into serious motorcycle riding in the year 1996 when I started touring around the Philippines tourist destinations with my better half. I ended up becoming part of PINOY WILDHOGS in year 2009, a local motorcycle club based in Ormoc City, Philippines. A few years later the club disbanded and I found myself in the roster of members of another club, the STAR Touring & Riding International to compose the Chapter 2303 Ormoc City, Philippines. Presently, I am now affiliated with LAMA International Motorcycle Association (LAMA-IMA) / Latin American Motorcycle Association Philippines a.k.a. LAMA PHILIPPINES as the first FULL COLOR MEMBER here in the Philippines and current National President or Country Representative.
Looking forward then to conduct and teach ASM classes/ training so I can impart this safety related information. You may contact me by filling out a form HERE.
Villiers, South Africa – David enjoys challenges and to be part of his community. In order to do this, he is a veteran in law enforcement, Commercial Diver, Swim instructor, CPO and served with the NSRI as a coxswain, in addition to this he is a certified instructor for First aid and CPR.
As an Ambulance Emergency Assistant he had the opportunity to be able to help those in need, and also volunteered at various ambulance, and rescue services. At his training centre a major part is training First Person on Scene courses. The reason for this is due to all the various emergency scenes he attended and always found that if there was someone that was able to step up to the plate and start with emergency care the outcome could have been different.
His love for motorcycles started when he was with law enforcement when motorcycles became part of their roles and responsibilities. He was hooked and then further went on to own his own motorcycles. “When I did my 1st Road Guardians Course I knew I had to be part of this and started the process of becoming an instructor”
As part of the Gold Rand Chapter in Johannesburg he owns two Harleys of which one is a Night Rod an the other a Fat Boy. “It is a difficult decision to decide which one to ride on as the V-Rod is endless adrenalin and the Fat Boy is just a pleasure to ride”
To schedule a class in South Africa, fill out this contact form
Larissa is a life-long Good Samaritan. She took her first, First Aid and sport injuries course when she was just 14 years old. She says, “I fell in love with the thought of being able to help someone.” It is that passion that led her to become an ASM instructor. She said, “I would love sharing my knowledge with people and equipping them to be able to help someone and to make a difference.”
Larissa is now First Aid Level 3, Basic and Advanced ASM, as well as BLS certified. She is pursuing a degree as a B. Ed Foundation Phase Teaching and is currently a third-year B.Ed. student. Larissa oversees First Aid whenever her school has home games.
To contact Larissa, CLICK HERE
Since I was 11 years old I dreamed of owning my own bike. I started riding in 2015, and I finally got my first bike, a Harley-Davidson Street Bob Dyna. I had that for a few years and now I own a Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited.
At my job I am a Safety Officer and I was the Head Safety Officer at my club. Now I am the Head Road Captain for Gold Rand HOG in Johannesburg.
Medically I have always been interested in how everything works inside my body. I took a First-Aid class, and from that point on I was hooked into learning more about the body and what I can do to help others. Now I am a level 3 in my First-Aid training. Most of the training I have learned over the last few years was done under ASM’s Instructor David Spangenberg. I try to attend most of his classes because of the knowledge he has given me.
To contact Armand, fill out the form HERE
Instructors complete Approximately 6 hours of virtual work and an 8-hour class taught by an instructor trainer for a total of 14 hours of training. This prepares them to teach ASM Basic (blended and instructor-led) as well as the professional rescuer classes. The Advanced class can be added after teaching several Basic classes and attending an Advanced class. Instructor training courses are held on an individual basis via online training & Skype calls. In-person instructor training sessions can also be scheduled by groups or organizations with 10 or more instructor candidates. CLICK HERE for more information.