The TECC LEO tactical medicine course provides a unified tactical and medical doctrine, as effective and safe as possible for all those involved in the rescue chain as non EMS first responders such as Law Enforcement, Fire Brigade and Private Security.
SilentCroc organizes TECC tactical medicine courses for law enforcement, fire, sanitary and Private Security. The courses are scheduled according to a predetermined calendar. Below we illustrate the characteristics of the course. It is possible to use the form at the bottom to request more information.
More about the TECC LEO Tactical Medicine Course
Certifications: Certificate, 3 years valid, of completion of the TECC LEO course
Target audience: Law enforcement, fire brigade and private security
Methodology: Direct Threat Care, Indirect Threat Care, MARCH algorithm, complete practical simulations of injuries, threats, and hostile environments.
Class Duration: 9 effective hours, a mix of theoretical and mostly practical lessons, whole day
Instructors: healthcare personnel, SOCM and NSOCM, all NAEMT certified instructors (rate instructors/participants 1:8)
Cost: € 190,00
In TECC LEO (Tactical Emergency Casualty Care for Law Enforcement Officer) life-saving techniques and strategies from TCCC protocol are used to provide the best care system in a civilian tactical context, due to multiple casualties or MASCAL emergencies such as attacks of various kinds (explosions, active shooters, investments).
The TECC LEO tactical medicine course provides a unified tactical and medical doctrine, as effective and safe as possible for all those involved in the rescue chain such as Law Enforcement, Private Security, non EMS first responders
TECC LEO recognizes two distinct phases:
- Direct Threat Care – rescue/care provided while under attack or in adverse conditions
- Indirect Threat Care – rescue/care provided while the danger has been neutralized, but may still reoccur
This 9-hour theoretical/practical program, spread over a whole day, addresses topics that aim to reduce mortality in tactical situations, including:
- Hemorrhage control
- Application of MARCH
- Strategies to treat injured rescuers in hazardous environments
- Pediatric patients
- Techniques for casualties transport
- Cover/ Concealment
TECC LEO intent is to standardize the approach to the injured by the various kind of non EMS rescuers during unconventional events or situations (multiple casualties or MASCAL emergencies or terrorist attacks).
To request course information
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