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Course Overview By Skills
|SKILLS:||Tactical Casualty Care||Advanced TC2||Complete TC2|
|Basic Airway Maneuvers||X||X||X|
|Decompression of Tension Pneumothorax||X||X|
|IV / IO||X|
|Dedicated Litter Use||X|
|Hypothermia Prevention Kit||X|
The Tactical Casualty Care course requires no medical background or training. This material is designed for everyday citizens, law enforcement, Fire, EMS, and military combatants. This is the minimum level of medical tactical training anyone who carries a firearm, professionally or personally should take. The 7.5-hour online course focuses primarily on the Care Under Fire or Direct Threat phase of an event, where the responder and injured are still in an ongoing threat to life. Learn how to quickly evaluate the injured, focus on what’s most important, manage massive hemorrhage, and stop preventable death with minimal equipment. This course teaches everything in the TCCC All Combatants Guidelines and the TECC First Responders With a Duty to Act guideline.
The advanced course covers everything in the TC2 and expands on it. This course is designed for everyday citizens, law enforcement, Fire, EMS, and military combatants and medics, who want more training in tactical casualty care. The course expands the information into both more detail, and the Tactical Field Care or Indirect Threat phase of the event. This course teaches some skills your state may characterize as paramedic level but does not require prior medical training. This course covers everything in the TCCC All Combatants guideline, the TECC First Responders with a Duty to Act, and specifically adds treatment of chest injuries, including decompression of tension pneumothorax.
The complete course covers all materials in the TCCC for medical personnel and TECC guidelines. As such, many of the skills are best suited for students who work in extreme environments or those with a paramedic or physician-level background. This course covers many paramedic level skills. This stand-alone course covers everything in the prior two courses, all possible field care treatments for preventable death, and includes preparing the casualty for the evacuation phase. This course covers everything in the TCCC guidelines for Medical Providers and the TECC guidelines for ALS Providers.
The Essential Casualty Care is designed to teach the foundations of tactical casualty care for those with little or no prior experience, such as teachers, office workers, youth leaders, and faith communities. The 2.5-hour online course focuses primarily on how to use the items you would find in a public access hemorrhage control kit to save lives. Learn how to quickly evaluate the injured, focus on what’s most important, manage massive hemorrhage, and stop preventable death with minimal equipment. This course teaches everything in the TCCC All Service Members guideline and the TECC Active Bystander guideline.