Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) - 5-day course

TCCC – 5-day course

The suggested schedule of Tactical Combat Casualty Care Course
Training schedule can be changed accordingly to Customer’s request. The course is compliant with the latest TCCC Guidelines.

Time: 4 days (40 training hours)

The TCCC Course will cover following:

TCCC - Day1

Introduction to the theory of TCCC

  • military vs. civilian trauma care
  • most common causes of death and wound patterns on the battlefield
  • detailed description of wounds patterns during tactical operations
  • phases of tactical trauma care
  • modern battlefield medical devices and equipment

“Care Under Fire” Phase

Theory and Practical part:

  • Direct pressure & bleeding control
  • Evacuation under fire (buddy extraction, straps)
  • CAT & SOFTT-W tourniquets application (self-aid, low visibility and no visibility)
  • Extraction from vehicle methods (rescue grip, BOA grip), bleeding control (hemostats, wound packing, pressure dressings)
  • Junctional hemorrhage control (Croc, Jett, Sam Tourniquet, AAJT)
TCCC - Day2

Faza “Tactical Field Care”

Theory

  • MARCHE protocol
  • Protection of airway patency, breathing

Workshops:

  • Airway management (with equipment and without equipment, NPA, Emergency CRIC)
  • Respiratory pathology
  • Respiratory and Circulatory Support, AVPU and Circulatory Shock
  • Head Trauma & Hypothermia Prevention
  • Monitoring
  • Trauma examination in tactical environment
  • Fractures stabilizing
  • Burns treatment

 

Tactical Field Care training scenarios
Hotwash + Q&A

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“Tacevac” Phase
Theory

  • 9 Line MEDEVAC Request
  • MIST Report
  • Documentation of Care

Complex TCCC training scenarios (according to unit’s profile)
Complex TCCC training scenarios including all TCCC phases and MARCHE protocol assessment and management

TCCC - Day 4

TCCC training scenarios with use of medical and battlefield simulators

  • Wound treatment in a firefight
  • Wound treatment with no visibility
  • Wound treatment of a wounded operator in a firefight in limited visibility conditions
  • Evacuation of operator wounded during forced entry
  • Evacuation of operator from far distance
  • Evacuation plan of wounded in the vehicle on battlefield
  • Evacuation of wounded from immobilized vehicle
  • Evacuation of wounded from vehicle with covering firefight
  • Evacuation of wounded from vehicle to support vehicle

Hotwash + Q&A

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Final Exam

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