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TCCC & Stop The Bleed Fundamentals

TCCC & Stop The Bleed Fundamentals

The Trauma care fundamentals course is an introductory course to Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC). This course is designed to teach students the basics of stop the bleed curriculum. Join us for a course that goes beyond the basics, providing the essential tools to confidently respond to life-threatening situations and make a difference when it matters most.

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Day One

I. TCCC, where it came from, why it’s important, and how to check your instructor’s work and how to stay up to date.

II. Should I stay or should I go? Understanding Care Under Fire, Field Care, Evacuation Care.

III. Hemorrhage Control

A. Anatomy of a bleed.

B. What makes a good tourniquet?

1. Commercial tourniquet application.

2. Improvised tourniquet and their applications

C. Pressure points and positioning.

D. Pressure Dressings

E. Hemostatic Dressings

IV. Brain and bowel considerations.

V. Pneumothorax and its complications and treatment.

VI. Traumatic airway compromise recognition and treatment.

Day Two

I. Evacuation Considerations/ Communication (UTM validation for Care Under Fire)

II. Mass triage.

III. Hemorrhage control validation (UTM validation for Care Under Fire)

IV. Complex scenario instruction (Field Care and Evacuation Care)

V. Complex scenario validation (UTM validation)

 

Shooting Gear

  • A GLOCK UTM man marking gun will be provided for you with all of the ammo. If you have your own blue or SIRT gun you are welcome to bring it.
  • If you have your own Glock Concealed holster or OWB holster – AIWB Kydex recommended – MUST ATTACH DIRECTLY TO YOUR BELT – no sticky or pocket holsters. no surpa type holsters
  • Eye protection
  • Groin guard REQUIRED – you will not be able to participate without it.
  • Shooting gloves -REQUIRED – you will not be able to participate without them.
  • LTC/CHL or proof of no criminal record that can be obtained via sentry link here WITH a copy of your drivers license (or any state/federal ID)

Personal Gear 

  • Closed toed shoes/boots, pants, belt, and t shirt (we recommend wearing clothing you do not mind getting dirty and/or possibly torn)
  • Sweatshirt is required to reduce affect of airsoft impact
  • Water
  • Bag lunch/snacks
  • DO NOT BRING LIVE FIREARMS TO THE TRAINING.

Other Gear

  • Notebook & Pen
  • Comfortable Clothing

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