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Tactical Combat Casualty Care Provider certification

4 Days| San Diego | $1150 | NAEMT Certified

Ballistic labs | Needle decompressions | Cricothyrotomy practice

This TCCC course concentrates on stopping massive bleeding, Proper direct/indirect pressure & tourniquet use, Wound packing and pressure bandaging, Dealing with airway & respiration problems, Conducting emergency patient moves as well as expedited patient assessments. Participants will also learn what should be carried in their trauma kits and where to procure these items. This NAEMT approved certificate-course is ideal for non-medical personnel in Law Enforcement, Protective occupations, Security, Hunters, Recreational Shooters, and high risk professions requiring more than First Aid/CPR and EMT courses.

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“The Tactical medicine course SECFOR Delivers is by far the best I have seen in my 15 years of service in the SEAL teams. The final exercise is as realistic and stressful as I’ve seen in a training environment. They not only hit the wickets for the cert but also provide some unparalleled realistic training scenarios utilizing Hollywood makeup artists and the most knowledgeable instructors in the business”

Josh K.
SEAL Medic/18D

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Tissue Labs include:

  • Needle decompression
  • Cricothyrotomy
  • Chest tubes
  • Intraosseous infusion (IO)
  • Ballistic lab

This medic course was initially developed for Military personnel, Law Enforcement Patrol and SWAT officers, and protection teams working in non-permissive environments where conventional civilian emergency medicine interventions & procedures proved ineffective. Operating in non-permissive environments exaggerated the need to break from civilian medical protocols and add tactical decision making in order to provide the best medicine in hostile environments.

TCCC Certification Course (NAEMT)

EMS personnel or students already certified in TCCC, will be provided advanced skills stations including IV fluid replacement, emergency field medications and chest tube labs. EMTs, Paramedics, MDs and Military Medics have taken our courses but no prior medical experience is required to attend.

Some topics include:

  • Rapid Patient Assessment
  • Effectively stopping massive bleeding
  • Gunshot wound characteristics and treatment
  • Hemostatic Agents (Combat Gauze, Celox)
  • Use of Tourniquets (SOFT-T, SWAT-T, CAT, MAT, Improvised)
  • Proper direct pressure
  • Compression bandages (Commercial & improvised)
  • Tactical Priorities - When to treat & when to fight
  • Airway Management
  • Chest Seals (Boliin, Asherman, Halo, Improvised)
  • Self care and continuing the fight
  • Ballistic Lab
  • First Responder Kit - 3 life saving items that fit in your pocket!
  • Different phases of care
  • Case Studies
  • Blast injury theory
  • Medical REACT plans for Protective Agents
  • Medical Evacuation considerations
  • Demostration and skills practice
  • High Threat Environment Scenarios
  • Private and Group Training available
tccc tactical medicine

Our medic instructors are former and current Special Operations medics and hostile environment security team medics that have relied on these same techniques in high-risk environments globally. This is NOT a CPR/AED course. The interventions taught in this course assume that the student has no prior medical training; though EMTs, Paremedics and MDs have taken the course to familiarize themselves to a non-clinical approach to trauma care and to receive certification that qualifies for continuing education.


UPCOMING COURSES: March 13-16, 2016 | May 22-25, 2016 | July 10-13, 2016 | September 18-21, 2016| November 6-9, 2016

To enroll in an upcoming course or for more information, follow the link to our training site CLICK HERE Or call us at 888.270.1911

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