Each day we encounter situations beyond our control. Our health and safety, and that of our families, friends and co-workers, are put at risk -- by events ranging from extreme weather conditions to widespread power outages to civil unrest or active hostile shooter situations. The CARE curriculum provides the tools necessary to keep you, your loved ones and your co-workers safe and secure.
What is community resilience?
It is the ability always to know the risks inherent in your daily life, know how to mitigate those risks and be trained in the actions and counter-measures that can save your life and that of others. The CARE curriculum will not only teach you the principles needed to survive but make your response second nature. You will not have time to think about what has happened and what you need to do. Valkyries will teach you how to know intuitively what needs to be done and how to do it.
Everyone over the age of 16 should take this course and master the principles taught. It will teach you the basics in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (restoring the ability to breathe) and Automated External Defibrillator (restarting a heart that has stopped beating). Valkyries provides hands-on training in how to react to life threatening occurrences. Learn More Here.
All of us have engaged babysitters who were friends of the family or neighbors or friends of friends – without knowing how they would handle a life-threatening or other hostile incident. Don’t take that risk or subject your loved ones to it. Insist that any baby sitter you engage is fully trained and certified with a standardized American Safety and Health Institute Certification. And make persons you know who perform baby sitter functions are aware of this certification. Learn More Here
Each of us needs to be trained in how to be “Aware and Prepared” for whatever we may encounter in a given day of our lives. We may be on a train that suffers a derailment. We may be in a building in which someone has planted a bomb. We may be in a grocery store that is held up by heavily armed perpetrators. What do we do? What do we NOT do? This course will teach you. Learn More Here.
Uncontrolled bleeding is the leading cause of traumatic death. It can be prevented if you learn the right tools and skills. Our Stop the Bleed Course is designed for anyone of any age who is interested in learning the basic fundamentals of managing a trauma patient with an emphasis on bleeding control. In today’s world of natural disasters, active shooters and other hostile events, everyone should know how to apply these basic skills because they can save lives. Learn More Here
Businesses face a unique challenge in this area because they must not only survive the hostile incident or natural disaster – they must also remain “up and running” throughout and immediately thereafter. Each business should have a threat assessment and recovery plan to ensure continuity in the face of adverse conditions but also to train its workers have to function as a team to help each other while at the same time serving their clients and customers. Learn More Here
Americans are enjoying outdoor activities in record numbers. But we must be prepared. What do we do if we are hiking in a remote area and a friend falls and breaks a leg? What if the weather conditions change suddenly and a member of your climbing team suffers hypothermia? What if we come upon and automobile accident in a remote area that EMS cannot reach for an hour or more? This course will teach you what to do and how to do it. Learn More Here.