Are you training as you would conduct a real rescue? This round table discussion covers the topics of training with real people vs manikins, who to contact for training access to local confined space environments, skill building vs realistic training, training with realistic man power and more. Hosted by Kelly Byrne with CMC School instructors LeRoy Harbach, Doug McElmury and Wayne Chapman.
1:17 Real people vs manikins?
9:16 Do you know of people who still use manikins?
10:24 Confined space training and realistic spaces – are you training as you would conduct a real rescue?
11:58 Who do you contact to get access to real spaces to training in?
17:40 What is the purpose of training and what are the different goals?
19:38 Are you learning a skill or doing a realistic training?
22:00 Training with realistic resources and man power.
24:55 Logistics of training people and the importance of repetition.
26:15 Hobbyist vs practitioner.
26:44 Training bias and practicing your bread and butter.
31:03 How do you innovate if you’re always practicing as you would conduct a real rescue?
38:22 Are you prepared for possible mutual aid call scenarios in your neighboring area?
2:30 2004 ITRS, ‘Using Live Rescuers as “Victims” in Vertical Rope Rescue Training – “Is it Safe?”‘ by Tom Finch https://itrsonline.org/tproduct/1-365251861291-using-live-rescuers-as-victims-in-vertic
3:05 2011 ITRS, ‘Study of the Perceived Benefits & Liabilities of Use of Manikins vs. Live Patients in Rescue Training’ by Russel McCullar https://itrsonline.org/tproduct/1-966765737441-study-of-the-perceived-benefits-amp-liab
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