This 8-hour Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course, designed for first responders – LE, GOV, EMS, will empower you and your team with the skills needed to successfully function in high-stress situations and treat the three leading causes of preventable combat death: uncontrolled hemorrhage, tension pneumothorax and airway obstruction.
During the first half of the course, students are introduced to the essentials of Operational Medicine. Students will learn to use ADAPTAGEAR’s 3TMC™ medical kits with a focus on traumatic accidents, active shooters, bombings, and/or other disaster-type scenarios.
In the second half, we go a step further and introduce students to Mass Casualty Incidents (MCI’s) from a Law Enforcement and/or Emergency Medical Services point of view. Using the 3TMC method, students learn a streamlined and effective approach to dealing with various types of MCI’s. Using high-stress, scenario-based training with simulated wounds and role players; students are provided with a multi-dimensional learning environment.
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By the end of the course, students will be able to:
- Follow the 3TMC mnemonic
- Identify when they’re in a high risk or hostile situation
- Methodically determine a medical response
- Open airways, apply tourniquets, pressure dressings, and effectively use occlusive chest seals
- Prevent, Identify and Manage hypothermia
- Active Law Enforcement (Federal, State or Local)
- Military (Active, Reserve or Guard)
- Active EMS personnel
Attendees can provide a copy of their active identification (remove/block SSN) for verification. False representation of qualifications will prevent attendance and forfeiture of course fee.
No outside weapons or ammunition allowed in the facility at any time.
Next Course: May 24, 2013