This course is a civilianized version of the NAEMT TCCC course. It is a recent addition to the NAEMT Tactical Medicine family and is focused on those operating in a tactical environment in a civilian setting.
This course covers the same topics and materials included with a traditional TCCC course with instruction tailored for providers not directly engaged in armed conflict but still operating as a component of a tactical EMS team.
The main difference between our TCCC and TECC course is its increased relevancy to the civilian medical provider. This course will still provide the same immersive and realistic patient simulations and environments as our TCCC course. TECC incorporates the TCCC principles with a more civilian centric approach to providing care in hostile environment.
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.
4 years (2 years recommended)
Minimum age of 18 years old by start of class
Specific Topics Addressed:
The topics covered in TECC are as follows: Direct Threat (Hot Zone Care), Indirect Threat (Warm Zone Care), Evacuation Care, Self Aid, Patient Movement, MARCHE, Needle Decompression, Junctional Tourniquets, EZ and Talon IO, Cricothyrotomies, Hemorrhage control (Wound Packing, Pressure Dressings and Tourniquets etc.) and Much More.