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Tuition:
$499.00 (includes up to 28 CEU's, three-ring course
manual, color/embossed certificate & free event shirt)

Duration: 24 hours

2007 Training Date
  
Call us at 909.336.4450 to enroll
or click here to register on-line
  
15% discount on 5.11 and more brand name tactical gear when your agency hosts one of HSS International 45 different events
  

  • In this course you will be taught:
    - Equipment selection
    - Thoracic Trauma
    - Needle Thoracentesis
    - Extremity Trauma
    - Basic Tourniquets
    - Head Trauma
    - Abdominal Trauma
    - Assessment (trauma)
    - Respiratory System
    - Assessment in the tactical
    environment
    - Advanced airway
    techniques
    - Care under fire
    - Search & Control
    techniques
    - Team movements &
    tactics
    - Non-lethal weapons
    employment and treatment
  • 28 CEU's given in this course

"Although our association has always refrained from endorsing or recommending specific training programs, we can report that HSS International is presently offering more Tactical Emergency Medical Support training programs than any other company in the world."

Jim Etzin Executive Director International Tactical EMS Assoc. January 2004

 
  
 



Tactical Medic Course
is designed for anyone who is responsible for providing medical support or "out of hospital" care in a tactical setting. This course specifically targets medical personnel who are new to the tactical setting and expands the medical knowledge of operators. It focuses on basic tactics, trauma management and teamwork.

This course is designed to be flexible and tailor made to the target audience if special needs are required (medicine and tactics in a rural setting, more medicine stressed for law enforcement/military personnel, more tactics stressed for the firefighter/EMS personnel, etc.).

DAY ONE: Starts in the classroom and consists of a basic indoctrination to the role of the tactical medic. The classes for the day include: trauma management, equipment selection, tactical patient assessment, less lethal weapons, principles of close quarter battle/room clearing and team movement.

DAY TWO: Buddy carries and self defense techniques are shown and practiced in the morning. In the afternoon tactical patient assessment, and room clearing are rehearsed.

DAY THREE: Scenarios are run throughout the day in a sensory overload environment. All of the students rotate through the positions of an entry team to become familiar with the various roles involved in a high risk situation or environment. The position of the medic is stressed and evaluated.

Your Instructors are all tactical medics and/or tactical team leaders. Our military medics come from the Navy SEALs and US Army Special Forces (18Deltas). .

2006 TAC MEDIC HOST AGENCIES:

Decatur Fire Department, AL
Prattville Fire Department, AL
Brownsburg Fire Territory, IN
Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department, NM
INTERSEC Tactical, TX
US Border Patrol BORSTAR, TX
US BOrder Patrol BORSTAR, CA
Great Falls Police Department, MT
Berthoud Fire District, CO
Holyoke Police Department, MA
Westmont Fire Department, IL
Jackson Community AMbulance, MI
3rd 504th 82 Airborne US Army Fort Bragg, NC
Chester - Montgomery Emergency Response Team, PA
|Marine Air Group 46 Det A US Marine Corps Camp Pendleton, CA
UASI / STARRS - Monarch Fire Protection District, MO
New Bedford Emergency Medical Services, MA
3rd Battalion 172Infantry (MTN) US Army, VT
Tredyffrin Police Department, PA
Portsmouth Fire Department, RI
Summerville Police Department, SC




     
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