Founded on the standards of (Tactical Emergency Casualty Care) TECC, TECCRE is adapted for you! In May of 2011 a diverse committee of first responder experts, doctors, and other subject matter experts was formed to create the TECC standards. Based on the structure of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), which were established in the early 1990's for combat personnel, TECC is the civilian adapted standards for EMS individuals, persons with a duty to act, and by-standers. We use these standards, set forth by the Committee of TECC, and add realistic and applicable training by:
Active shooter events and other mass casualty incidents, particularly ones involving an active threat, have been a steadily growing occurrence in the 21st century. These events bring many cross-discipline providers from Law Enforcement, EMS, and Fire Departments together to effectively respond the the event. The hurdle in preparation for these events is that these providers seldom train together in these environments. System-wide procedures and protocols are only as effective as they have been practiced and implemented.
TECCRE will systemize your cross-discipline response tactics and work with your agencies to prepare protocols and procedures that work for you. From classroom-based activities and lectures to full blown simulated events, the course of this curriculum will take your system through this fully integrated approach. Live training with the very same responders and resources available to you in times of high-consequence encounters are a vital pillar of the way we train.
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.
In rural environments, manpower is one of the main limiting factors in how we respond to any incident; this is especially true for high threat scenarios. TECCRE™ goes beyond just the basics of how to apply tourniquets or chest seals and focuses on improving multi-agency response to high-threat, multi-casualty incidents. TECCRE™ was born out of the unfortunate reality that across the country we have seen an increasing frequency firearms-related of mass casualty incidents. Emergency response systems nationwide are adapting their training to better respond to these unique environments.
The TECCRE™ program is built with an understanding of the scarce EMS and LE manpower and resources available in frontier settings. TECCRE™ includes an emphasis on volunteer EMS/Fire personnel who are a vital component in rural emergency response. We provide thought-provoking, realistic simulation training aimed toward the systematic coordination of Fire, EMS and Law Enforcement. Through our training, we generate a solid foundation from which to grow effective tactical response models for each specific community based on their individual resources and abilities.
State, County, City, and other municipalities with emergency operations in order to to systemize an integrated, cross-discipline response between Law Enforcement, EMS, and Fire agencies.
Our TECCRE™ instructors are an elite, professional team equipped with a vast amount of knowledge and experience. 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. They are determined to offer the best preparatory knowledge possible so that you will be ready if and when this tragic hypothetical becomes your reality.MEET YOUR TECCRE TEAM
Through our 2-day course we will cover:
To best prepare teams for these high consequence encounters the didactic section of the course is broken into two tracks: LEO and EMS.
EMS providers will learn from career LEO staff members to refine tactics and engage patients in "warm" and "hot" zones through implementation of as RTF. They will cover usage and considerations of body armor as well as review wound patterns seen in these events.
LEO or others with a Duty to Act will hear from SWAT Medics, Pararescuemen, and critical care providers to improve hasty tourniquet and chest seal applications and refine fundamentals of assessment in high-threat scenarios. They will also discuss tactics and plans to effectively provide security as a part of the RTF.