This course is open to ALL private citizens and/or lawfully armed persons as well as public servants!!
This is a high level,fast paced course that also provides a 2 year certification in Tactical Emergency Casualty Care. This course is for private citizens, businesses, rescue,EMS,preparedness seeking individuals,law enforcement, corrections, churches, school staff and anyone else who wishes to be better prepared for mass casualty or active shooters or remote woodland operations where medical help will not be immediately available.
You will receive medical instruction from our schools instructors who are former high level Law Enforcement, U.S.Army 82nd airborne and private sector flight medics, combat veterans, as well as current critical care paramedics. You will also learn self applied medical skills, defensive tactics, weapons malfunction clearing drills, as well as armed and unarmed fighting tactics that will help you succeed in both caring for others and staying alive.
This course is a nationally recognized curriculum and follows the TECC First Care Provider guidelines and gives you the skills necessary to save lives during hostile situations such as active shooter,mass casualty and terrorist attacks. This is a physically demanding, high-tempo course where you will be low crawling, moving casualties via tether and other manual means. You will conduct live fire extractions, as well as small unit tactics/movements. You will be performing a myriad of trauma skills while facing direct and indirect threats.
Students will be issued an individual first aid kit (IFAK) to use during the course and will have the option to purchase it at the end of the course. All students will receive a course textbook, certificate, and certification card upon passing a skills examination and a written exam. Please bring a EDC handgun or carbine if desired, duty gear if applicable, extra magazines and 100 rounds of ammunition. This will be a long hard day and well worth the effort.
Cost is $150. Limited/partial scholarship availability for public service agencies. 5 student minimum required.