Colleagues. Cohorts. Peers—Whatever you call them, these are your comrades-in-arms in the emergency care and safety training biz. And we know our Instructors like to mix it up and learn from each other at our conferences, so we’ve got lots of networking opportunities built into the agenda.
Here are just a few of the ways you can get in on the group wisdom at the conference:
This discussion will offer you ideas on how to effectively structure and run your training business or department. Your subject matter experts on the panel will be the best the industry has to offer: your own ASHI and MEDIC First Aid peers.
*Panel members TBD
On October 30, we’ll shuttle everyone up to the Knibbe Ranch, north of San Antonio. We’ll be enjoying BBQ, line dancing, and armadillo racing at this honest-to-goodness, real-live cattle ranch. Dance floor-ready cowboy boots not required but highly recommended.
Join fellow Instructors and Training Center Directors at our roundtable to address the questions, challenges, and opportunities facing you in your training role. This session will focus on hot issues, innovative ideas and practices, and real-world solutions.
*Panel members TBD
The Haunted Exhibit Hall is party central for our Halloween festivities. No need to bring a costume—there will be free moulage madness from the artists at Lifeline Training Center, who will do you up right with small bruise and abrasion moulage guaranteed to gross out the hotel staff and anyone else unlucky enough to wander by.
Get your ghoul on with moulage instruction from Tanya LeDonne of Lifeline Training Center. Moulage is the art of using stage makeup, wax and geleffects to apply realistic “injuries” to a subject for the purposes of emergency care and other training contexts.
Plus, the moulage artists will be in the exhibit hall on Halloween (Thursday) to apply small bruise and abrasion moulage at no cost, so you can look your ghastly best for our conference Halloween bash or your evening stroll on the spooky Riverwalk.
Two options are available for Friday, November 1:
2-hour workshop - 1:30pm to 3:30pm
A basic how-to class covering scratches, abrasions, minor lacerations, shock (cyanosis, diaphoresis), contusions/bruising, aging of bruises, and first degree burns. The session wraps up with an intro to the use of advanced moulage gels.
Cost: $55.00, makeup for use in class will be provided.
4-hour workshop - 1:30pm to 5:30pm
A more advanced class that includes the first 2-hour class. Includes working with effects gelatin “gelefects” and skin-tone makeup. You’ll create a basic simulation piece with deep lacerations or soft-tissue wounds. Discussion of impaled objects, tearing, vomit, bleeding injuries using blood pumps, mouth and dental trauma, smoke inhalation, and more.
Cost: $143.00, which includes a small starter kit.
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