"TRAINING FOR CHAOS"
- Ken Johnson
"The online learning you are doing is fantastic! It is entertaining and informative. Keep it up!"
- Mike Likpa NV EMT
"I have taken many courses and most of the instructors I have interacted with took a class and do not teach from a point of experience. Your team not only is knowledgeable in your subject matter, but also very experienced field providers. That is a rare mix!"
- Brian Tooley KY SAR
"Finding teams that teach from true perspective and not just from training and classroom experiences is extremely difficult to find. Your team absolutely kills that!" - Dave S
"As an MD, my teammates look to me in the field when there is a medical issue. However, what most don't understand, is that first aid in the wilderness is very different from medicine in the hospital. This course teaches a stepwise approach to injuries and illnesses in the field. I believe this will help with my calmness and clarity when confronted with real life situations in the field and allow me to better utilize my medical knowledge. Repetition of the stepwise approach, in the many scenarios presented in class, helped to cement its importance. Learning about common misconceptions in first aid and medicine is extremely important, I believe, and these instructors did a nice job of dispelling several of those. Knowing what is absolute myth can help tune out the noise around you in a stressful, possibly chaotic situation, so that you can do what you know is correct. I thought this class and the instructors were terrific, and that's the most important thing! Our instructors respected our medical knowledge and backgrounds, while displaying confidence in their own. I am sure a group full of medical people can be intimidating, but they imparted first aid and medical information with respectful authority." - Robyn K. Gansner, M.D.
- William Humes, Cranberry EMS
"Being prior military I didn't know what the team had to offer. I was way off the mark. Your team was exceptional. The training you provided was not only effective, but was driven home by practice and explanations from real world experience. The crew was very knowledgeable and brought new perspective to what I already knew. Hope to attend many more of your classes and thank you for all that you do. "
"Great, Great Course! The BEST I have ever taken. Thank you for the opportunity to attend! If we could have added more time, your team's teaching and knowledge would have been worth every extra minute."
- Rich Notarianni, NREMT-P
"The instructors were top notch and very committed to the task of teaching!"
"The Nepal expedition was a life changing and extremely exciting experience for me. I learned so much and absolutely enjoyed the team and learning all the knowledge I could from Jason and Croker. I highly recommend this expedition and journey. You wont regret it!
- Leslie Wills RN
"This was the first class that kept me interested the whole time." - Patrick Welch PA Constable
"The SRTC Team was well organized, thorough, and concise. Outstanding presentations!" - C. M
"Jason has a way of keeping things conversational and interesting." - M. G.
"The EMS CONED Nights are some of the best education I have ever taken!" - Anonymous
"The SRTC Team does something that almost no one else does....That is giving an online lecture that is straight forward and easy to understand! They keep what has become mundane interesting and interactive. I will be taking more of your courses! You can count on it!"
- Jane S.
UPCOMING TRAINING EVENTS
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19 Apr 23 - Today we got confirmation that we will be presenting at the CODE EMS Conference! We are super excited to be a part of this event and to present our unique course on the Unsalvageable Patient! Check us out while we are there and join us for this awesome class!
14 Feb 23 – Sergeant Rescue is headed to Flagstaff, AZ in June! We have been selected to present at the Mountain Rescue Association’s annual conference. Jason will be presenting IWI Management on the MRA National stage on day 2 of the conference! If you are planning on attending the MRA Conference you should drop into the session and learn about planning and responding to Incidents Within Incidents. Because sadly every year SAR teams and designated rescue teams incur injuries. Knowing how to respond to them will only decrease the amount of time to get help to you! See you all at this year’s conference!!
2 Jan 23 - We haven't posted on our news reel for a hot minute, but we have some news! 2023 is shaping up to be busier than ever! We cannot thank you all enough for your support and cannot thank all of our clients enough for choosing us to help meet your training needs!
If you like what we teach during class then you will love our new podcast! The team will be digging deep and talking about many things relating to EMS, rescue, leadership in the field, and talking about medicine in general! We are very excited to shar with you our thoughts, tips, tricks, and suggestions! If there is something you want to hear about or something you have that may be interesting for the podcast, feel free to hit us up at the contact us link! You can find our Rogue Medic Podcast on you favorite podcast platform!
Our professional training staff are combat veterans that have provided care in austere environments. They have put to practice the techniques taught and are highly dedicated to bringing quality and effective training to you or your company.
Our training staff is able to consult in various areas from wilderness medicine to tactical medicine. We are also able to design training to meet your team or company's needs!
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