September 23-25, 2016.
Registration for the 2016 Santa Fe Auto-X is now closed, but there have been openings.. please read on.
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If people who are registered do not submit payment by the August 1, 2016 deadline, we will then pull from the Wait List.
Cost for three full days of AVMR NFPA compliant Tech. Level II training is- $425.00
Previous Class Training Highlights
This is what sets us apart from the rest.
NFPA 1670/1006 Technician Level II Qualification
Santa Fe Auto-X training is at the cutting edge of auto extrication and machinery disentanglement techniques in accordance with NFPA 1670/1006. We have nationally renowned instructors teaching you with the best tools and training available.
Here are some of the core lessons of the program.
Large Vehicle Incidents
Stabilize & extricate on scenarios involving semi-trucks and other large vehicles.
Advanced Extrication Principals & Techniques
Comprehensive information on vehicle construction, energy transfer, high strength steel, supplemental restraint systems and numerous extrication techniques
Hybrid & Alternative Fueled Vehicles (AFV’s)
Hybrids & AFV’s are quickly becoming more common. Stay up-to-date with technical info & techniques on how to safely respond to these unique challenges for rescuers. You will learn how to render these vehicles safe on your accident scene.
Emergency shut down and lock-out, tag-out procedures as well as efficient & effective methods of safely stabilizing, packaging & removing patients from a variety of machinery and impalement scenarios.
Instructional Expertise Includes
Instructors representing various fire departments throughout the United States.
Experts in the field of rescue tools and technologies, including professionals from L.N. Curtis & Sons and PARATECH.
Upon completion of the class
Students who sucessfully complete all components of the class will receive a Course Completion Certificate, 24 hours of NM EMS Bureau CE's, a Task Book that outlines the Job Performance Requirement's of NFPA 1006 at Technician Levels I and II, and a t-shirt.