TCCC-AC is a two-day course that was designed for Law Enforcement/First Responders/Civilians in tactical and non-tactical environments. The course focuses on the most common cause of preventable death and the three phases of care. Become an asset to your yourself, family, community and country. Upon sign up you will receive more information on location, etc.
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Templar Medical Training – NAEMT TCCC Course
August 14-15, 2021 / Virginia Beach, VA (area)
Please provide all the requested information, if signing up multiple people please count the number of attendees and then contact us with the other student’s information. No one under age 21 can participate in classes, if you are under 21 please contact us. Full payment is due at registration. If you must cancel, please contact us.
Pre-requisites: In order to take this course, you may be subject to a background check and you will need to sign an NDA and limited liability waiver.
It is preferred for you to have taken a class by; Defoor Proformance Shooting, AMTAC Shooting, Dynamis Alliance, Integrated Tactical Training or another reputable training company. (If you haven’t attending a class with one of these professionals, please contact us to discuss enrollment.) In addition, if you are a medical professional please contact us as we would like to understand your goals for training and assist with continuing education.
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NAEMT (National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians) TCCC is a two-day course that was designed for Law Enforcement/First Responders/Civilians in tactical and non-tactical environments. The course focuses on the most common cause of preventable death and the three phases of care, Care Under Fire, Tactical Field Care and Evacuation. There will be a heavy emphasis on repetitive scenario training incorporating state of the art training simulators and an advanced hemorrhage lab.
Every student that successfully passes the course will be awarded a certification from NAEMT, or continuing education credits (16 hours).
Instructors are 18D long course graduates with multiple combat deployments in the past 10 years serving as an operational medic with their assigned unit or Medical Professionals with TCCC/ TECC/ PHTLS experience.
– Pistol / with at least two magazines
– 200 Rounds of Ammo for pistol
– Holster, Duty Carry or your EDC setup (Kydex or Plastic that covers trigger guard, NO SERPAs)
– Personal Protective Gear (Please review all gear for proper fit, mobility & serviceability prior to class)
– Eye & Hearing Protection, Notebook/ Pen
– Shooting Gloves, Misc. (Any gear you would like to wear during training scenarios)
– Warm layered clothing/ Rain gear
– Bring a change of clothing (old, can get dirty) and old boots or sneakers
If you have any questions, please let us know and we will be happy to help.
Cancellations within 30 days of the event are non-refundable or can be applied toward another class in the calendar year, if available. Please contact us for additional information.