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 200 Series:  Basic Refresher     (also available on line)

  Our most popular course, this class teaches the basics of motorcycle trauma using P.A.C.T. This one day course is geared toward the lay rescuer but is great for the EMS worker as well. Helmet removal, moving the injured and jaw thrust rescue breathing are all a part of this class. Don’t let the nickname “Basic” fool you. This class contains all the information you need to respond to a trauma scene.

  This course is only available to those who have completed a 100 series class or refresher within the past two years. It is best taken as close as possible to Basic training. This course will prepare the student for roadside medical concerns and teach how to be a better assistant to the EMS when they arrive. Hands on skills give emphasis to PACT & ABCSS of trauma

 Courses Available

  This 3 hour hands on course is for those who want to maintain the skills they acquired in the Basic class or refresh their training in preparation for the Advanced class. Students should complete a refresher every two years to remain current.

  Classes are held at a variety of locations and are taught by ASMI certified and trained instructors. For more information  regarding a current class list, a list of instructors, or instructions on how to host a class please call or visit our website at    or email: 

​​​​​​100 Series: A Crash Course for the MotorcyclistTM         Basic

  This 3-4 hour course assumes that the participant knows treatment of injuries. It focuses on professional rescuer safety, psychosocial concerns, helmet removal, jaw thrust breathing, and features a motorcycle lab. 

 500 Series:  Advanced Refresher     (also available on line)

 400 Series:  Anatomy of a Motorcycle Crash   (Professional)

  This 3-4 hour hands on skills lab can be taken by those who have completed Basic and Advanced training. It is meant to help the Bystander keep ASMI skills current and is recommended every one-two years. If the student has not received training for more than two years they will need to repeat Basic and Advanced. The class includes a brief overview and update. Advanced trained students may complete either Basic or Advanced refreshers to maintain their training, however Advanced training is preferred.

 300 Series:  Advanced Bystander Assistance