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TECCRE: Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Rural Environment™

We are thrilled to announce the launch of this brand new dynamic, cutting-edge, course: TECCRE: Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Rural Environment. This groundbreaking course is designed for the BLS/ALS provider to gain awareness in the tactical environment and start building an operational foundation for life saving tactics/techniques that may already be within your scope of practice. This is an active course with time spent in simulation as well as hands-on learning, offering scenarios that may have only been discussed before. We have dedicated 4 hours of classroom time to ensure that all Learners enter the second day of training with a balanced understanding of the environment and the tasks they may be asked to perform. CE: 14 hours.

When: May 1-2, 2020

Where: AMR Billings, Billings, MT

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Who Should Take this Course?

  • BLS/ALS Providers
  • Law enforcement
  • EMTs
  • Paramedics
  • AEMTs
  • Any provider or first responder interested in tactical emergency casualty care in the rural environment.
  • NOTE: This course can also be modified for the general public to meet the emergency needs of groups such as schools, hospitals, and churches. For more information on how we can work with your organization, please contact us.

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Meet The TAC-MED Team of Instructors

Our TAC-MED Division brings together an elite professional team with a vast amount of knowledge and experience to serve you better. From law enforcement, paramedicine, and US Air Force Pararescue to SWAT and overseas US State Department tactical medical support, our team brings real-world skills and hands-on knowledge to every training encounter.

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TECCRE: Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Rural Environment™

This course is designed for the BLS/ALS provider to gain awareness in the tactical environment and start building an operational foundation for life saving tactics & techniques that may already be within your scope of practice. This is an active course with time spent in simulation as well as hands-on tasks, offering scenarios that may have only been discussed before. We have dedicated 4 hours of classroom time to ensure that all Learners enter the second day of training with a balanced understanding of the environment and the tasks they may be asked to perform. CE: 14 hours.

When: May 1-2, 2020

Where: AMR Billings, Billings, MT

Save My Spot! (Register Today!)

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Who Should Take this Course?

  • BLS/ALS Providers
  • Law enforcement
  • EMTs
  • Paramedics
  • AEMTs
  • Any provider or first responder interested in tactical emergency casualty care in the rural environment.
  • NOTE: This course can also be modified for the general public to meet the emergency needs of groups such as schools, hospitals, and churche. For more information on how we can work with your organization, please contact us.
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Tactical Emergency Casualty Care

Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) is a set of best practice treatment guidelines for trauma care in the high-threat prehospital environment. These guidelines are built upon critical medical lessons learned by US and allied military forces over the past 15 years of conflict. They are appropriately modified to address the specific needs of civilian populations and civilian EMS practice.

The Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC) was formed in 2010 to formally translate military trauma lessons learned into the civilian high-threat prehospital community. The C-TECC is modeled after the highly successful Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC) - frequently credited as one of the major initiatives that has resulted in the lowest combat mortality rates in recorded history.

C-TECC brings together SME’s from EMS, fire, law enforcement and DHS/FEMA, as well as physicians from emergency departments, trauma centers and the military to develop evidence-based principles of high-threat prehospital medicine.

Best Practice Medicine has taken these guidelines and created a highly interactive hands on program. The course is 12 hours long and includes an introduction to the TECC mindset, a familiarization of guidelines and equipment. After this introduction the remainder of the course is spent in scenarios based learning. This will expose the students to the tactical environment, allowing them to learn under the stress conditions inherent in this type of incident.

Upon successful completion the student will have gained the knowledge and skills to provide medical care in a high threat environment.

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Tactical Combat Casualty Care

The Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course introduces evidence-based, life-saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care on the battlefield.

The TCCC-MP (TCCC for Medical Personnel) course is designed for combat EMS/military personnel, including medics, corpsmen, and pararescue personnel deploying in support of combat operations.

Access the TCCC Guidelines,curricula developed by the Joint Trauma System, and reference materials below:

TCCC-MP: 2 day TCCC course for Medical Personnel

TCCC-AC: 1 day TCCC course for All Combatants

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