Tactical Combat Casualty Care
Combat Life Saver
WHO'S IT FOR?
WHAT TO BRING
Tactical Combat Casualty Care Combat Lifesavers Course (TCCC CLS) is the latest U.S. Department of Defense approved curriculum developed by the Joint Trauma System, part of the Defense Health Agency.
This course is intended to provide an intermediate step between the TCCC All Service Members Course (ASM) taught to all enlisted personnel and the advanced life support skills taught to Combat Medics and Corpsman. The idea is to ensure that in the absence of a combat medic or corpsman, the CLS will be able to replicate some (though not all) of the techniques for their squad until the patient(s) can be evacuated to definitive care (i.e. an aid station or field hospital) or a medic arrives to take over.
Tactical Combat Casualty Care for Combat Life Saver Course (TCCC CLS), and is intended for non-medical personnel who have shown interest in combat medicine or who have been selected by their unit to fulfill the role of Combat Life Saver.
Up to 5 days
YOUR LOCATION or
Brazoria County Fire Fighting Field.
605 Kelly Blvd
TCCC - COMBAT LIFE SAVER
The course provides the students in-depth Skills stations, and dead tissue labs. Our drama department will be employed to apply professional moulage to unit supplied personal. Up to 3 customized scenarios will be offered and designed to meet your mission requirements
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Up to 40 hours of professional instruction by experienced TCCC Instructors
Assorted Sodas, water
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.
National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) Tier 2 TCCC-CLS certification card valid for 3 years
NAEMT will provide 8hrs Continuing Education (CE) Credits for any medical certified personal.
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.