Tactical Medical Courses
Tactical First Responder
All courses are scenario-based and use Techline Technology’s state-of-the-art wound simulators with human role players.
Our Tactical First Responder (TFR) course is geared toward the nonmedical tactical operator/first responder. It includes:
- National Association of Emergency Technicians (NAEMT) tactical combat casualty care (TCCC)
- Care under fire
- Tactical field care
- Tactical evacuation
The topics include:
- Hemorrhage control and shock
- Airway management
- Chest injuries
- Burn management
- Splinting musculoskeletal injuries
- Blast injuries
TCCC — All Combatants (TCCC-AC)
The TCCC-AC course is designed for nonmedical personnel who are in potentially high-risk environments (soft targets). This may include any area in which a large number of civilians or military personnel could be injured by an active shooter or from an improvised explosive device.
This course is ideal for
- Law enforcement
- First responders
This course includes the NAEMT TCCC, focusing on remediating life-threatening hemorrhage, and incorporates extensive scenario-based training.
Tactical Medical Provider
This course was developed for the tactical medical provider, and includes all NAEMT TCCC COI, plus additional medical training focusing on scope and level of care a medical provider would be expected to perform. Scenario-based training includes procedures, treatment, and medication use.
TCCC and Law Enforcement Tactical Emergency Medical Support
This course combines tactical military and civilian high-risk settings. It also teaches the direct and indirect support roles the tactical medical support provider would play in a tactical environment based on situation and associated risks.
The course provides an introduction to the NAEMT TCCC; it includes differences between military and civilian medicine.