Students often take the advanced course and then say, “Wow, that was really good. Can I take the rest of the materials in the Complete Course?” Before now, there wasn’t a convenient way to do that.
This course is limited to Crisis Medicine students who have previously taken the Advanced Tactical Casualty Care class and want to level-up their skills and knowledge.
You will find there is some duplication with the Advanced, because, for example, if we only gave you the 30 minutes from TCCC Concepts that wasn’t included in Advanced, it would be confusing. So you’ll get that entire block here, with the additional material included.
Primary new areas?
- iGel Supraglottic Airway
- Surgical Airways & skills
- IV access, IO access, Fluid Resuscitation, Hypocalcemia, and Fluid Warmers
- Dedicated Litters & Skills
- Occular Injuries & Fox Eye Shield
- Mine Injuries
- And, as noted, additional materials in Phases of Tactical Casualty Care
- You’ll also see three additional, more complicated scenarios
Note, if you are applying for CAPCE CEH, you will receive 6.5 hours, due to the overlap with the Advanced course.
- Duration7.8 hours
- Casualty Movement
- Other Injuries
- Conclusion & Implementation
- Phases of Tactical Casualty Care Part 1 of 3 – BTC2
- Phases of Tactical Casualty Care Part 2 of 3 – BTC2
- Phases of Tactical Casualty Care Part 3 of 3 – BTC2
- Phases of Tactical Casualty Care – BTC2
- Scenario: You Don’t Always Get Trained Help BTC2
- Scenario: Suspicious Package – BTC2
- Scenario: Drag Him to Me – BTC2
- BTC2 Student Evaluation – Online Course
- Certificate of Attendance with hours of education (BTC2) *DOWNLOADABLE*
- CAPCE Required Reporting – BTC2 – optional
Sean B.I took this course after having been very happy with the Advanced Tactical Casualty Care (ATC2) course. As with the ATC2 gain, my experience was great. Dr. Shertz does a fantastic job of organizing the content in a progressive fashion, diving into the literature and supplementing it with this professional experience, and going into fine detail in the skills sections. Whether you're an ALS provider and want the most up-to-date recommendations for tactical casualty care, or you're BLS and hope to better aid your paramedics, this course has a ton of value. Thanks Dr. Shertz for the quality course. And thank you Laurie for the memorable customer service.
You just don't know, until this course!Funny story... I am currently deployed as a medic to Libya and in my spare time, I like to learn and refresh. Knowing Crisis Medicine, having done courses before with them, I decided to take the BTC2. And wow! It is not JUST a course, a course about the guidelines and how to do them. It is a course about the HOW, WHAT, WHEN, WHY and all of this complemented with statistics, reasoning, and the experience of someone who has been there, done that, and today keeps doing it! You think you know, because you do it every day, but you only truly know when you have followed these lectures. The way the course is set up, it does not feel like an on-line course and honestly, this on-line course is better than many in-person courses I know! Register today!
YOU NEED THIS COURSE!I am a former LEO and a Marine Veteran. If you're reading this, then chances are that you're already hooked and finished the Advanced TC2. I absolutely had to take the BTC2 Course and it was worth every penny! With the BTC2 course, I was really impressed with the amount of content. The BTC2 course really delves into more advanced medical procedures which was something I really wanted to know. Surgical Airways was really one of the best parts of this course! You will never feel complete until you take the BTC2, this entire course should be mandated everywhere!