Herbal Street Medic Certification Program Class Overview
This is the 60 hour training includes 20 hours of interactive instruction and practice. It covers a variety of first aid skills, including assessment, airway, bleeding, musculoskeletal injuries, and common medical conditions. It also includes street medic philosophy, protest medic infrastructure, and communications. It covers protest-specific injuries such as tear gas, rubber bullets, and sound weapons.
100% Self-Paced Course
This is a online self-paced program.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of First Aid or More
Duration: 60 hours or longer depending on students learning style.
Online Class Resources
Student will have access to online Reiki resources, Reiki manual/workbook and much more. They documents can be downloaded and printed or reviewed at a later date with your lifetime access.
Online Email Support
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Cline Apothecary & Sewanee School of Herbal Medicine
Herbal Street Medic Certification Program Curriculum
- What are Herbal Street Medics?
- History of Herbal Street Medics
- Personal Health & General Wellbeing
- Your Role & Responsibility as Street Medic
- Public Health & General Wellbeing
- Herbal Street Medic Checklist
- Herbal Street Medic Equipment, Bags & Supplies
- Herbal Street Medic: Be organized! Be ready! Be willing to show up!
- Calling 911
- Cuts & Wounds
- Breaks, Sprains & Strains
- Head Injury
- Blunt Force Injury
- Burn Wound Care
- Zip Tie and Handcuff Injuries
- Chemical Weapons Contamination
- Aftercare: Tear Gas, Pepper Spray, & Other Action Stressors
- Cold or Freezing Weather Care
- Hot Weather Care
- Gunshot Wound Care
- Common Street Medic Remedies
- Shock and PTSD Care
- When the FIT HITS THE SHAN!
- What to know before you go!
- DOs and DON'Ts
- Checklist: Organizing Medical Coverage at Protests
- Excerpt from“Counterbalance”
- Excerpt from “Building a culture of Connection as Activists”
- Tools for people who are working for social change and other people socialized in a society based on domination
- Criteria for success (excerpt from “Organizing Communities”)