Tactical Emergency Casualty Care
WHO'S IT FOR?
TACTICAL MEDICS GROUP
Tactical Medics Group LLC, prides itself by employing great instructors who have the necessary expereince and background to not only be a great role model for you to learn from but provide you excellent feedback while being assesed. Lastly during the period of your assessment you will have acess to thousands of dollars of the latest gear to help you teach with. You just can't ask for a better environment to do your instructor assessment with than Tactical Medics Group!
The TECC Instructors course is suited for for those who are veterans that are either prior military medics, or have left the military and gone on to become EMTs that want to have the ability to teach under a coordinator.
Tactical Medics Group is committed to assisting anyone with a PROVEN TACTICAL BACKGROUND to become a TECC instructor. Tactical Medics Group reserves the right to train only instructor candidates that meet the following verifiable qualifications and experience or equivilence.
1. Be a National or State registered Advanced EMT, Paramedic or higher.
* Proof of certification will be required
2. MUST HAVE COMPLETED NAEMT ONLINE INSTRUCTORS COURSE
3. MUST HAVE CURRENT TCCC or TECC PROVIDER CARD;
All applications will be considered upon review by Tactical Medics Group Director of Training.
Steps to become an instructor for the TECC program, you must:
Be a licensed EMT or Paramedic.
Successfully complete the TECC or TCCC provider course with a minimum passing score of 76% on the written test.
Successfully complete the online NAEMT Instructor Course with a minimum passing score of 80%. Participants will receive a certificate of completion and six (6) hours of CECBEMS continuing education credit. Instructor candidates who have already taken the NAEMT Instructor Course are NOT required to take this course again.
Submit an NAEMT Instructor Application.
Teach your initial TECC provider course monitored by NAEMT TCCC Affiliate Faculty. Contact NAEMT at or 800-346-2368 for assistance in identifying TCCC Affiliate Faculty in your area.
(Upon successful instruction of your initial provider course, your TCCC Affiliate Faculty will complete an Instructor Candidate Monitoring Form and submit to it to NAEMT Headquarters.)
Upon completion of the above steps, an Instructor certificate and wallet card will be issued by NAEMT.
Maintain current instructor status by teaching at least one TECC course per year, and maintaining current contact information with NAEMT Headquarters, and
All current TCCC instructors are eligible to teach TECC.
Saturday 23 September 2017
Brazoria County Fire Fighting Field.
605 Kelly Blvd
WHAT TO BRING
To demonstrate proficiency in Cognitive and Psychomotor skills
Delivery and presentation TCCC content that is consistent with the curricula using a variety of course training tools
Assessed on delivery of content and interaction with students in a positive learning manner
Provide correctional feedback with positive reinforcement
enhances the curriculum with supportive experience in relation to various cogintive nad psychomotor topics and more.
Bring a pen & paper to take note, No tactical gear is required we supply everythin you need. If you have your own tactical gear please bring it. Wear comfortable cloths that will allow you to bend over and maintain your diginity, closed toe shoes (no Flip Flops or sandals) and a Change of Clothes and towel fo rinclement weather. Rain will not stop scenarios only lightning!
You will receive a NAEMT - TCCC certificate thats good for 4 years
PLEASE ALLOW 30 DAYS FOR PROCESSING
To maintain your instructor rating you must instruct and be placed on the roster of at least 4 TCCC courses over the 4 year period.
COURSE STARTS IN
1 position available
HOW TO REGISTER
1. FILL IN FORM
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