SATURDAY April 29, 2023 – 8am – 6pm in Beaverton, Oregon
This interactive ten-hour course prepares for the first few minutes of casualty evaluation in a high-risk environment. This course is designed to give you a plan to identify and manage those immediately life-threatening injuries and the knowledge and skills to implement it, while you are still engaged in an ongoing tactical problem.
The class largely deals with the Care Under Fire – Direct Threat phase of an event, where any medical care is provided while the responder and casualty are in an ongoing situation that is a direct threat to life (active shooter, building collapse, fire, secondary explosives, etc). This phase requires efficient hemorrhage control, largely with tourniquets, and patient movement.
This course is about 70% dynamic presentation including photos, videos, and real-life examples and 30% practical exercise, student hands-on: Students will take turns role-playing a casualty, having tourniquets applied, as well being drug and lifted.
This class is consistent with current Tactical Combat Casualty Care guidelines as well as the guidelines for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care.
The course fee includes an additional 90 minutes of online pre-course work. Students will receive a link to the pre-course work and full course location details approximately two weeks before class start. Both sections of the course are approved for CAPCE credit, a total of 11.5 hours can be earned.
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No refunds will be made for student cancellations within 14-days of the course start date.