Range Emergency Care Course
The Range Emergency Care Course (REC Course)* will teach you how to recognize and safely respond to various life-threatening emergencies, enabling you to manage and stabilize victims until professional help arrives.
REC students will learn about what to do for cardiac arrest, obstructed airway, heat stroke, gunshot wounds, seizures, envenomation (stings and bites), hypoglycemia, and burns. You will learn when and how to effectively use several potentially life-saving devices such as tourniquets, dressings (including hemostatic), chest seals, oral glucose, and thermal blankets. All treatments are in accordance with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT), the American Heart Association (AHA), the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), and various other subject matter experts.
*Completion of RECC is not a license to practice medicine: Rather, it is intended to inform and educate you about effective methods to recognize and treat emergencies when no practical alternative is available, i.e. professional help is delayed or unavailable. Certified medical personnel are subject to the regulations and statutes governing their respective field.
As a special bonus to this class, the instructor will provide each student with their own emgency medical kit (Range Emergency Care Kit). The components alone will cost over $120 but by signing up and ordering the kit in advance, you will be provided with the kit for $105. You can read all about this kit by going to this webpage.