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Courses Currently Offered in Nevada
Basic Class Curriculum
Learn what to do in the first 5-30 minutes after a crash until professional help arrives. Helmet removal, jaw thrust, and moving the injured are all addressed & practiced.
6.0 CEs issued
Advanced Class Curriculum
Learn to be a leader at a scene as well as how to assist the EMS when they arrive.
Note: Must complete a 100 series class within two years or attend a Basic Refresher.
6.0 CEs issued
This 3 hour class is for those who have completed the 100 series class and want to refresh their basic skills. This class also helps to prepare students for the Advanced class if some time has lapsed Now available online! Prerequisite: Must have completed the Basic or Advanced ASM class.
Professional Class Curriculum
This class assumes you know treatment and concentrates on specific motorcycle related concerns such as Scene safety, Helmet removal Mechanisms of Injury, Psychosocial aspects.3.0 CEs issued
This 3-4 hr. hands on skills lab.Now available online! Prerequisite: Must have completed the Advanced or Advanced Refresher ASM class within the past 2 years.
Now available online!
Prerequisite: Must have completed the Advanced ASM class.
A Crash Course for Motorcyclists
Accident Scene Management (ASM) has trained thousands of students through the expertise of our instructors across the USA, and expanded to countries including Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the Philippines.
ASM is the leading Motorcycle Trauma Training Organization in the world, and the only accredited non-profit Bystander Program in the USA. The key to reducing injuries and fatalities to motorcyclists is education. Road Guardians encourages all motorcyclists to become lifelong learners, and to do all they can to avoid a crash from occurring. We go one-step further than many other safety programs – we connect motorcycle trauma first response as part of the solution.
The purpose of the ASM Programs are to enhance the survival rate and reduce severity of injuries for the injured riders of all motorized vehicles. We expect to decrease the chance of rescuer injury due to inappropriate actions at the accident scene. We also expect to educate motorists how to protect themselves legally and financially should an accident occur.
The Nevada area trainers are Allan Cruet & Jess Leanos.
They are EMT's as well as Certified Nevada Motorcycle Safety Instructors.