Thu, Feb 15|
WRCTC Fentanyl Facts & First Aid
This course serves to prepare the student for encounters with fentanyl, and individuals who have suffered an overdose.
Time & Location
Feb 15, 2024, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST
Course Description: This course serves to prepare the student for encounters with fentanyl, and individuals who have suffered an overdose. Students will learn what fentanyl is, how it is encountered, where it comes from, binders of concern, and first aid. These objectives are achieved by providing information on how fentanyl is created, what modalities of transmission, hazards, and first aid via naloxone administration. While the curriculum is primarily intended for members of the counterdrug nexus and community-based organizations, personnel in any organization that can/may encounter fentanyl and overdose victims would find this information beneficial.
Prerequisites: There are no special prerequisites for this class.
Training Day(s): Half day
Academic Hours: 1 Hour