Tactical Combat Casualty Care - CMC BASIC
WHO'S IT FOR?
WHAT TO BRING
NAEMT's Tactical Combat Casualty Care course introduces evidence-based, life saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care on the battlefield under the auspices of the PHTLS program. It is the only TCCC course endorsed by the American College of Surgeons.
This course is our "BASIC" TCCC-MP course. We recognize not everyone has the money to do our renowned "Enhanced TCCC" course. So we decided to put this 16hr "BASIC" TCCC course on to entice those students who need the TCCC certification without all the bells & whistles.
Students will have access to tens of thousands of dollars of training aids and be taught solid TCCC skills by our expert instructors.
The TCCC course is suited for medical personal, Law Enforcement, EMS providers, first responders, or other allied health professionals. However, sports shooters, hunters, concealed handgun license holders etc will also find it beneficial. Some may find themselves a little overwhelmed by some of the advanced medical procedures covered in this course. Those who complete it will have a firm grasp on what TCCC is all about no matter what your background.
Saturday - 0900-1800hrs
Sunday - 0900-1800hrs
Great fast paced detailed instruction
Get your hands on thousands of dollars of training gear and be taught by the best instructors in the business.
Bring a pen & paper to take note, wear comfortable clothes that will allow you to bend over and maintain your dignity, closed toe shoes (no Flip Flops or sandals)
You will receive a NAEMT - TCCC certificate that is good for 3 years
Law enforcement will receive an additional certificate and paperwork so you can apply for 16 hours TCOLE Credits through the agency holding your commission.
This certification is valid for 3 years, TMG recommends the following:
TCCC completion every 2 years for EMS providers.
TCCC Every year for Tactical Operators working on SWAT, SRT or TacMed teams, or
OCONUS if you are PSD or in the role of team medic.
Your Tactical Paramedic Instructors are hand selected veterans who have served time in harms way during the war in Iraq (OIF) and Afghanistan (OEF) and are practicing paramedics that are serving as tactical medics on SRT teams . Some with SF backgrounds and one that is a sitting member on the CoTCCC
No firearms of any kind permitted during training, this includes legal CHL or open carry. Training is conducted on law enforcement grounds
Exception: Certified Texas Law Enforcement with current commision may do so but must display their agency badge at all times
NO FIREARMS ARE PERMITTED DURING SCENARIOS
NEW UPDATED REFUND POLICY - "CLICK HERE"
NEXT COURSE DATES EXPECTED LATE 2022
Comes with NAEMT Certification