Emergency Trauma Care Basic is a 1 day (8hr) course that covers immediate life saving steps (Tactical Emergency Casualty Care) focused on the civilian audience. The focus of the basic course is teach the life saving skills that first responders, hunters, outdoor professionals, teachers, students, and many others who want to protect their family and others in a traumatic event such as an active shooter incident, motor vehicle accidents, outdoor accidents and home and work situations.
Immediate lifesaving steps to prevent loss of live from a traumatic event based on what is currently being taught to Military Law Enforcement personnel nation wide.
This class focuses on three core phases of TECC:
- Care Under Fire
- Tactical Field Care
- Tactical Evacuation
This class teaches individual medical tasks and use of an Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK), but also the skill-sets and tools to bring back to their family, schools or agency to develop and refine immediate life saving procedures.
SGT. Ray Jula, US Army Ret. Certified Combat Life Saver and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Instructor, and an EMT
Capt. Greg Tromby, Licensed N.H. Paramedic.
This course covers:
- Treating mass hemorrhage
- Breathing/ airway management
- Casualty Evacuation
- Using and configuring an IFAK (individual First Aid Kit)
- Much more