We are always looking into training and preparedness opportunities for the Rescue Riders.
Currently, the core curriculum used by the Rescue Rider Program was developed by
Accident Scene Management Inc.
So what training do you need to be a Rescue Rider?
We are always looking into training and preparedness opportunities for the Rescue Riders. Currently, the core curriculum used by the Rescue Rider Program was developed by Accident Scene Management Inc.There are different levels of Rescue Riders that require minimum training requirements.
LEVEL I: *ASMI Basic*100 Series:
"A Crash Course for the Motorcyclist"
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. CE's issued.
LEVEL II:*ASMI Basic +Advanced*300 Series:"Advanced Bystander Assistance"
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. CE's issued.
(If ASMI training is not offered in your area, you will need something similar that includes Emergency Scene Management)
LEVEL III: ASMI Basic, ASMI advanced & CPR/AED (Heartsaver at minimum)
In House Trainers
LEVEL IV: EMT-B / EMT-P / RN/ PHRN/ MD
ASMI courses are encouraged for all Rescue Riders unless professional training supersedes a first responder level of training.
TNCC or PHTLS recommended to RN's with no infield EMS experience.
Continuing Education Drills
(Set up by your District Leaders in your area)
If you have questions or concerns in regard to Rescue Rider Training please contact:
Rescue Rider Program
Director of Training and Curriculum