Online Basic Course
This online course is another version of the traditional 100 series instructor-led full-day course. It is intended to be followed up with a hands-on course for certification, however, this is not a requirement for taking this online course.
What is taught in the Online Basic Course?
You will learn all of the important information about how to respond at the scene of a crash, such as: moving the injured, helmet removal, stopping the bleed, and much more! The course takes 2 – 3 hours to complete. Once purchased you will have 30 days to complete the course. It is completely self-paced and can be started and stopped as many times as you would like during that 30 days. It can be taken on any smart device (including smartphones) and you will receive a printable certificate when completed. This Online Basic Course can be taken alone but does not include ASM certification.
What is Certification?
Only certified students receive an Accident Scene Management patch and an official printed Certificate of Completion (with 6 ANCC Continuing Education Credits). In order to be certified, you will need to complete both this online class and follow up with a hands-on class taught by an ASM Certified Lead Instructor. The online class is best taken close to your hands-on class, however, you are allowed 6 months between completing this online course and taking your hands on. Students are expected to download the free PDF book through a link that is sent via email when registering for this online course. The book will give you an opportunity to do a quick review prior to your hands-on class.
Stand Alone course:
The online class can be taken as a stand-alone class (you will learn all of the important information regarding how to respond such as moving the injured, helmet removal, and stopping the bleed). It will include a printable certificate of completion but does not include official ASM certification.
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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 2.5 hours total to complete the online training assuming you click on all links and watch all videos. Your class includes a PDF of the class book. 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: CAT tourniquet
Step One: Sign up for the Online Basic Course at the bottom of this page. You will receive an email with a link to download your PDF book and instructions on how to access your online course right away. Upon completion, you will receive a PDF certificate of completion. Students continuing on for hands-on learning will need to either print or download the certificate to show verification to the Instructor teaching the hands-on course.
Step Two: Sign up for your 200 series hands-on course (In-person or virtual hands-on) now to complete your certification. To search our class schedule CLICK HERE.
Note: In-person training is recommended if it is available.
Online training will give you great information but in order to complete your certification, you will need to complete a Hands-On class (200 series Hand’s On) either in person or Virtually. Virtual classes are offered Via Zoom. Both options require a 3-hour class commitment. Virtual classeses ALSO require the following setup and supplies:
Upon completion of the Hands-on portion of your blended learning, you will receive a framable certificate with 6.0 CEs and an embroidered patch for your vest or jacket. These patches are ONLY available to those who have completed certification.
Road Guardian Members receive a $10.00 discount.
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or, if you are not a member consider joining first and then ordering your class.
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Online Advanced Class (Coming Soon – on hold)
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
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