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  1. Pediatric Advanced Life Support - Online Hybrid (Part 2)

    HeartCode® PALS Hands-on In-Person Skills Practice and Testing. HeartCode® PALS is the American Heart Association’s two-part blended learning pediatric advanced life support course. Students purchase a course key from the American Heart Association at https://www.onlineaha.org/courses. After students complete the online eLearning portion of the course, they receive a Certificate of Completion and can contact NAR Training to schedule a Hands-On Skills Session at one of our Training Centers. Students will have the opportunity to practice before the psychomotor skills test, conducted by an authorized AHA instructor. This training is CAPCE accredited and meets or exceeds the NREMT’s requirements for Continuing Education.

  2. Tactical Combat Casualty Care for All Combatants

    TCCC guidelines were originally constructed to be implemented by US Special Operations Medics. Over the last 20 years, a constant flow of TCCC knowledge, techniques, equipment and procedures have been embraced by almost all levels of the military. NAR Training instructor cadre has been a trusted provider in combat medical training since 1998 and is proud to offer a high-quality Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) certification course built specifically for non-medical military personnel who are deploying to combat zones. This offering is unique due to the varied training facilities, use of reality-based training events, vast amounts of high-quality training equipment, advanced medical skill stations, and uniquely qualified instructor staff. This specific course also adds two additional hands-on, realistic field scenarios with role players & special effects/moulage.

  3. Tactical Combat Casualty Care for Medical Providers

    The TECC for Medical Providers course includes a full understanding of life-saving principles, skills and how to use the components of the NAR Mini-First Aid Kit (M-FAK) under stressful conditions. Students will learn to work alongside Law Enforcement Officers to save lives that otherwise might be lost during the traditional ‘scene safe’ EMS response. TECC for Medical Providers is designed to teach and reinforce basic skills in caring for the public, themselves and others in direct and indirect threat environments. The training offers an in-depth knowledge and skills proficiency using the Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) guidelines, the civilian adaptation of the military Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC).

  4. Customized Training Solutions

    NAR Training offers unique, high-quality, client-driven, customized training o­erings which feature expert level lectures, highest quality hands-on learning, cutting-edge skills labs, field scenarios, unlimited medical supply chain support, and multiple training centers throughout the US. NAR Training provides realistic, dynamic and complex scenario-based training exercises with capabilities to run more than 24 hours. NAR also provides ‘ala carte’ courses of instruction, training areas, simulators, instructors, role-players, force-on-force weapons, additional equipment, support materials, equipment storage, vehicles and related items needed for advanced training support. Customized Solutions are built to suit using the best of what NAR Training off­ers.

  5. Raptor

    The RAPTOR is a comprehensive prehospital medicine training & assessment program which utilizes the highest quality instructors, facilities and logistics focused on challenging seasoned combat medical providers. This two-week course begins on the range with unmatched advanced weapons handling taught by industry-best instructors who hail from Tier-1 military units. The course then focuses on challenging the individual medic with complex scenarios using high-fidelity skills stations and patient assessment environments. Individual skillset and team integrity are pushed to the limit, revealing shortfalls in gear, techniques, and procedures. Wet Patient scenarios, using actual human cadavers, are implemented with unmatched realism. Wet labs are backed up with professional amputee actors and special effects that push the learners into a mindset rarely seen in training. Rotary wing CASEVAC and TOMManikin simulators are imbedded into this course for added realism and stress inocculation. The curriculum then progresses into an extended field care program with special emphasis on multiple hands-on scenarios in various challenging and realistic environments.

  6. Emergency Ground Tactics (E.G.T.)  & TCCC Course

    One of NAR Training’s most popular courses, the Emergency Ground Tactics (EGT) & Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Provider Course is a challenging combat medical curriculum which begins with classroom education taught by subject matter specialists in both combat casualty care and military ground operations. Next, the course focuses on TCCC skills infused with field maneuver to improve hands-on proficiency. Throughout the week, various drills, high-fidelity skills stations and patient assessment environments bring participants a new level of understanding to both dangerous situations and combat medicine. Small team focus is then infused into the course with medical emergencies allowing for a memorable training experience like no other. The EGT & TCCC course culminates with mission-specific hands-on scenarios in various force-on-force environments.

  7. Initial EMT - Online Hybrid

    NAR Training’s Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Online Hybrid Initial Education Courseadheres to the US Department of Transportation’s National Emergency Medical Service Education Standards. The EMT training program is approximately 195.5 hours in length, with a blend of online didactic education with 24/7 accessibility and fulfillment of laboratory, clinical, and field training requirements at one of our Training Centers. Graduates of this program will be able to describe the essential elements for response to the scene of a medical emergency; perform a thorough patient assessment for signs and symptoms of illness/injury; provide prompt and efficient basic emergency care to the sick and injured. Students will also learn how to handle safely and prepare the patient for transportation and describe the essential elements of safe and orderly transportation of the patient to the hospital and transfer of the patient to a higher level of care.

  8. Initial EMT Certification

    NAR Training’s Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Initial Education Course adheres to the US Department of Transportation’s National Emergency Medical Service Education Standards. The EMT training program is approximately 195.5 hours in length and held at one of our Training Centers. Graduates of this program will be able to describe the essential elements for response to the scene of a medical emergency; perform a thorough patient assessment for signs and symptoms of illness/injury; provide prompt and efficient basic emergency care to the sick and injured. Students will also learn how to handle safely and prepare the patient for transportation and describe the essential elements of safe and orderly transportation of the patient to the hospital and transfer of the patient to a higher level of care.

  9. Basic Life Support - Online Hybrid (Part 2)

    HeartCode® BLS (for Healthcare Professionals) Hands-on In-Person Skills Practice and Testing. HeartCode® BLS (for Healthcare Professionals) is the American Heart Association’s two-part blended learning CPR course. Students purchase a course key from the American Heart Association at https://www.onlineaha.org/courses. After students complete the online eLearning portion of the course, they receive a Certificate of Completion and can contact NAR Training to schedule a Hands-On Skills Session at one of our Training Centers. Students will have the opportunity to practice before the psychomotor skills test, conducted by an authorized AHA instructor.

  10. Advanced Cardiac Life Support - Online Hybrid (Part 2)

    HeartCode® ACLS Hands-on In-Person Skills Practice and Testing. HeartCode® ACLS is the American Heart Association’s two-part blended learning advanced cardiac life support course. Students purchase a course key from the American Heart Association at https://www.onlineaha.org/courses. After students complete the online eLearning portion of the course, they receive a Certificate of Completion and can contact NAR Training to schedule a Hands-On Skills Session at one of our Training Centers. Students will have the opportunity to practice before the psychomotor skills test, conducted by an authorized AHA instructor. This training is CAPCE accredited and meets or exceeds the NREMT’s requirements for Continuing Education.

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