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Tactical Combat Casualty Care

All Service Members

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The Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) All Service Members (ASM) Course will familiarize you with TCCC concepts and lifesaving skills to render basic medical aid to a trauma casualty. The course provides information through a short lecture followed by interactive hands-on skills training and formal assessment.  The ASM TCCC Course encompasses rapid casualty assessment, lifesaving medical skills, and critical communication and medical documentation techniques.  The TCCC basic lifesaving skills have been proven safe and effective and can be performed by someone with no medical training. At the completion of this course, you will be qualified at a TCCC basic proficiency level.

This content was designed for use in the Tactical Combat Casualty Care for All Service Members Course (TCCC ASM), and is intended for nonmedical personnel.

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0900-1700hrs

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This is a straightforward 8 hours block of instructions that covers the entire TCCC - All Service Members Course at a basic level. This means the curriculum will be covered and all relevant skills stations will be taught with simulations

$180 per person (Minimum number of 20)

"Other fees apply for out of state training"

 

Up to 8 hours of professional instruction to include Dead tissue labs

Bring a pen & paper to take note,  Issued tactical gear is required  or we can supply a plate carrier and IFAK. Specifics will be covered once the course is booked.

 

NAEMT Certification will be issued to all students who complete the course stating that they have met or exceeded the JTS requirement for TCCC-ASM

8 hours of CAPCE  "Continuing Education" (CE) Credits for this course

Your instructors are hand picked professional TCCC educators. Most of them teach fulltime for the U.S Navy or the Dept of State. Their backgrounds range from 68W, Naval Corpsman to Special Forces Medical Sergeants.