TCCC has set the standard for trauma care on the battlefield. This course meets all the requirements set by CoTCCC and is the only TCCC course endorsed by the American College of Surgeons.
Each participant will be awarded 16 hours of CAPCE and NREMT approved CEU hours upon completion of the course. Each Participant will also be awarded a NAEMT TCCC provider certification.
This course aligns itself with those individuals wanting a comprehensive look at battlefield trauma management. Military, EMS or Police personnel will benefit from this evidence based trauma management course and will further their knowledge for providing trauma care while operating in hostile locations.
Based off the world renowned PHTLS trauma platform this course utilizes the NAEMT PHTLS Military textbook for course material and instruction. We have further enhanced this course with live fire drills and state of the art Special Makeup FX to hone your skills with realistic and immersive scenario based simulations.
16 Hour Initial (2 Days)
This course will be conducted 8am to 5pm for two days. Breakfast and Lunch are included. Lodging not provided. Please call or email no later than 48 hours after registration to request special dietary considerations.
All equipment and supplies will be provided. We encourage you to bring your own gear to use during this class. Wear comfortable, durable pants and tops, that you don't mind getting stained, with closed-toe shoes or boots. This will be an interactive course. Please do not bring your own firearms to this course.
NAEMT TCCC Graduates are allowed to sit for the TP-C exam (fees for TP-C exam are not included with course)
4 years (2 years recommended)
18 years of age (This is enforced due the the graphic nature of the special FX)
Specific Topics Addressed:
The topics covered in TCCC are as follows: Care under fire, Tactical Field Care, Tactical Evacuation Care, Self Aid, Patient Movement, MARCH, S-CAB, TACEVAC, Needle Decompression, Cricothyrotomies, Hemorrhage control (Wound Packing, Pressure Dressings and Tourniquets etc.) and Much More.