Accident Scene Management / Road Guardians

ASM Online Courses

Online Refresher Course

Maintain your certification

Online Refresher Class

ASM Certification can be maintained through either online training or hand-on in-person training. Hands-on is preferred, but when unavailable, online will do! Certificate at the end. No e-book

Online Course

Online Course

This class can be taken as a Stand-Alone class or as part of ASM Blended Learning certification. This class includes an e-book & certificate of completion.

Online Training FAQ

FAQs

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Order Soft Cover Book

Order Book and browse additional supplies

Trauma Supplies

Order supplies to compliment your training

Trauma Supplies by CPR-1stAid.com

Your ability to act is directly affected by your knowledge and supplies. Trauma Packs for Motorcyclists and individual supplies available.

 

You will have one month after purchase to complete your Online course. The online classes can be completed in as many sessions as you wish. Expect 2.0  hours total to complete the training if you click on all links and watch all videos. We recommend that you have the following items handy so you can practice along with the training:

  • A full-faced helmet
  • Gloves, gauze, roll gauze, triangular bandage, pen, PACT card.
  • Optional: (if you have it-highly recommended) tourniquet.

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Road Guardian Members receive a $10.00 discount.
Log in to the member’s area and look under the “Education” heading  to receive your discount
or, if you are not a member consider joining first and then ordering your class.
Click here to join for only $20.00 and help us achieve our goal of reducing injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists!


Online Advanced Class (Coming Soon – ETA 12/31/20)

Learn how to be a leader at a scene and work side by side with the EMS: advanced airway, roadside medical concerns, assisting the EMS with extrication, recognition, and treatment of injuries, femoral traction, detailed head to toe assessment, one person helmet removal and how to recognize critical incident stress.