October 7, 2016

TCCC Certification

Our professional programs are designed to deliver the best training experience available today in private or government sectors. Rather than repeat curriculum from similar programs, all material is broken down and delivered in our unique high-retention format. Our programs are

All Tactical Medicine/TCCC courses are not created equal…

Though we conduct the required NAEMT guidelines to provide our graduates with the TCCC Provider certificate, 80% of our training is based on instructor field medic experience. Our staff are not EMTs that took a TCCC instructor course, they are accomplished military and austere environment medics that have practiced what they teach.

Which TCCC course is the best format for me?

There are many “Tactical” medical courses. LFR,TFR, TECC, & numerous 2-day TCCC certificates etc. These are just Lite versions of our 4-day TCCC course. Our goal is not to give you an abbreviated version of a course designed to save lives but to produce competent and confident graduates that can handle life-threatening trauma in any environment or circumstance. Our instructors train Military Medics, SOF medics and SWAT medics, Trauma Surgeons, as well as training other Trauma Medic Instructors. This course has proven to be the best trauma short-course available and the choice for Military Medics to learn and perfect their craft.

Curriculum is the similar in most TC3 courses, yet our methods are vastly different from the rest…

This TCCC course concentrates on stopping massive bleeding, Proper direct/indirect pressure, tourniquet use, wound packing and pressure bandaging, You will learn to deal with airway & respiration emergencies, conduct 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 medical or non-medical personnel in Military, Law Enforcement, Protective occupations, Security, Hunters, Recreational Shooters, Civilian Medics, and high risk professions requiring more than First Aid/CPR and EMT courses.