Ok, I get it. Firearm training is a lot sexier than medical training. But to be a good defender, prepared for emergencies both natural and man-made, means having an acceptable collection of skills and knowledge.
I’m a firm believer in the idea that if you’re going to carry the tools to make holes, (defensive weapons) you need the tools to patch holes (trauma gear). This conference is your chance to get trained in both, from excellent, world class instructors with real life experience.
The 4th annual Active Self Protection National Conference is being held on September 24-26 outside of Manhattan Kansas at Living Water Ranch is prepared with classrooms and 3 ranges to allow the teaching of skills with live fire and demonstrations from subject matter experts.
This conference, while ideal for growing in your abilities, is also an opportunity to support those less fortunate than yourself. All proceeds collected form the event will be given to the Flint Hills Foster Teen Camps.
According to the Foster Teen Camps website:
“The goal of the FHFTC camps is to provide a place where foster teens are safe and can relax from the stress of their uncertain lives while experiencing activities that allow them to be kids, build trust and give them HOPE.”
The Active Self Protection site says about the event:
“Business sponsors donate to cover the conference expenses, so you can feel great knowing that you are getting an amazing experience while your donation is going to provide an amazing experience for a child in need.”
Mountain Man Medical is proud to support this event and pleased to be invited to teach emergency trauma management. Learn how to properly control bleeding, apply chest seals, and other skills you may need after defending your life.
Being that my background in medicine began with combat trauma, this is an area where most of my medical passions lie. This is my bread and butter and my personal favorite teaching topic. If you have any questions pertaining to the use of medical skills after a violent encounter, this is the place to ask.
If you can’t make it to the conference, don’t worry, we’re way ahead of you. The Mountain Man Medical Emergency Trauma Response Course is completely online and 100% free so you can stay up to date with your life saving skills.