Documentation & Forms
This basic course of instruction for EMS personnel consists of 4 consecutive days (minimum of 32 hours) of mountain bike training. Safety, job performance, and efficiency are at the root of this training program. EMS personnel on bikes can frequently respond more quickly than those in motor vehicles, especially in congested urban areas and in crowds. They are also effective in search-and-rescue operations, such as those resulting from natural disasters. Students learn basic and emergency bike-handling skills, riding single and in pairs under various traffic conditions, ways to effectively and safely pack equipment, techniques designed to safely handle EMS scenes, and personal safety techniques. This course is a must for EMS personnel seeking to develop and improve their riding skills and their use of the bike on the job.
Certification: Students who meet the qualification standards will be issued a certificate of completion from Trident until the association’s certificates are issued.
Registration Fee (In New York State): Are based on the course selected (LEBA or IPMBA) and host location. If contracted out by another hosting agency - minimum of 10 students required.
Registration Fees (Out Side New York State): Are based on the course selected (LEBA or IPMBA) and host location. If contracted out by another hosting agency - minimum of 15 students is required.
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