(24 hours / 3 days, 8 hours each - includes scenario exercises)
Teaches prehospital battlefield medical skills, from the official military TC3 courseware, now used by all services in the U.S. military, conventional as well as Special Ops.
This course is at least 24-hours long (3 days, 8 hours each) and includes classroom time and scenario-based field excercises learning to increase the suvivability of combat casualties. Students learn:
Students will take a Student Examination.
The are no mandatory prerequisites for taking this course. The course contains material that is extremely graphic in nature, including still and video imagery of actual wounds, and is suitable only for adults. Students would benefit from being familiar with basic first aid, such as the material learned in American Red Cross First Aid, CPR, and AED courses.
Course Materials Provided
The student's following course materials are included in the cost of the course. Each student will receive a packet, which includes*:
Course Packing List
Participation requires that the student provide the following equipment, which is not included in the cost of the course. Students who arrive without a piece of non-optional equipment listed below will be asked to leave, may be unable to participate in certain sections of instruction, or may be able to purchase suitable replacements on the premises, at our sole discretion. Students should pack:
NOTE: NO LIVE AMMO IS TO BE BROUGHT INTO THE CLASSROOM.
Minimum Class Size Requirement
Due to the logistical efforts required to conduct this course, a minimum of 8 students must be registered and pre-paid, as of 72 hours before the scheduled time and date, for the course to be held. If this minimum requirement can not be met, the course will be rescheduled to a future date.
* Student Packet contents subject to change without notice.
(Lesson Plan 2nd edition, 2012, 09/17)