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Tactical Medicine - Basic

 
This course is designed specifically for Military and Special Forces units who desire to improve their warfare survivability.
The course includes scenario-based training and emphasizes the drastic differences between civilian and battlefield care. Additionally, trainees will be provided with the latest medical and tactical tools to handle extreme medical situations such as: under-fire scenarios, darkness, lack of medical personnel and evacuation problems.
 
The teams will perform as tactical units and will be able to provide advanced medical treatment and complete their mission with minimum casualties and high survivability rates.


The Course is designed for:


  • Special Forces Teams
  • SWAT Teams
  • Military Units – Air Force, Navy and Infantry

Course Content:

Intro to TCCC – This lesson will emphasize the differences between the combat arena and civilian care and will explain the development of TCCC.

Care Under Fire (CUF) – We will deal the issues of fire supremacy, moving a casualty under fire, providing first body aid, communication under fire, extraction under fire and the usage of tourniquets as the fundamentals of this stage. CUF training is accompanied with practical scenarios and hands-on training.

Tourniquet Practical – Trainees will learn how to effectively apply the Combat Application Tourniquet (CAT) according to the "Care Under Fire" guidelines.

Tactical Field Care (TFC) – Learn to assess consciousness, establish priorities, implement airway management, treat chest traumas, control bleeding and provide tactical care for situations such as: hypothermia, burns, penetrating eye injuries and more.

Analyzing Case Studies – Our instructing team, along with the trainees, will analyze past scenarios.

Practical Stations – Trainees will have the opportunity to use and practice airway management, chest wound management, bleeding control etc

TacEvac – Learn the roles of the tactical evacuation rescue team and how the field team passes the casualty to the next level.

Scenario-Based Simulation – Practical scenarios based on high relativity to occurrence in the battlefield, requiring difficult tactical/ medical decisions, or that require a major departure from standard civilian practice. The three (3) main stages of the Scenario-Based simulation are:
Choosing the scenario based on the requirements of the unit

  1. Simulation – using highly experienced instructors and state of the art medical simulation equipment
  2. Debriefing by tactical/medical experts
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