Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)/Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC)
2 Days COST: $300.00
Contact us for agency pricing
Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) is a sixteen-hour course, for military personnel, providing training using the current guidelines for battlefield casualty treatment and stabilization. The course introduces evidence-based, life saving techniques and strategies for providing trauma care in a hostile environment This course is heavily based on actual scenarios. You will learn to recognize and handle the most frequently encountered trauma injuries found during combat or gunfight situations. You will learn to apply tourniquets, pack a wound, utilize various pressure dressings and more. This training focuses on teaching the appropriate actions to take during each of the three phases of care. There are several levels of training within the TCCC system to include TCCC-ASM and TCCC-CLS. We will help you determine which course is best suited for your needs.
Our Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) Course takes the TCCC principles and applies them to the law enforcement community. Law Enforcement Officers will learn life saving techniques for treating the most common types of treatable trauma wounds encountered. This training is focus on what actions are appropriate during each of the three phases of TECC care. This training is very hands on in nature. No prior medical training or experience is required to attend this training.
As a Recognized Educational Partner of the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care, all our TECC courses are in accordance with the Principles of Guidelines Instruction set by the C-TECC.
Brave Defender Training Group is a proud member of the Tactical Medical Solutions Associate Trainer Program. This partnership ensures all of our training classes are using the most current medical equipment and resources for all of our medical courses.
Agencies wish to host either TCCC or TECC courses please contact us for specific pricing and scheduling options. Hosting agencies should ensure they are able to provide a suitable classroom with audio and visual capability. Please notify us when scheduling if your agency issues any specific medical equipment, so we can ensure our training is geared towards what your members carry.
Depending on instructor's travel distance hosting agency may need to provide rescue dummy for class if available.
Clothing that might get stained
Duty gear for scenario
Issued Body Armor for scenario
We can provide on but cant guarantee holster fitment
No live weapons allowed in class