Outdoor Tactical Pistol Training

TACTICAL CASUALTY CARE

Treating Violent and Traumatic Injuries

 

Tactical First Aid is the general concept of techniques and training to render medical aid as quickly as possible to victims of violent injury.  “Tactical Casualty Care” was originally a Special Operations research effort, now used throughout the U.S. military and by most allied countries, and has helped U.S. combat forces achieve the highest casualty survival rate in history. 

These are fast paced courses that maximize your training time! The live fire courses feature extensive medical instruction, life fire instruction, and realistic drills you won’t find anywhere else.

The Active Shooter course (16 hour) will help you identify and mitigate active assailant threats, and understand further concepts of event response.

You’ll learn to treat the leading causes of preventable death:

  1. Extremity Hemorrhage
  2. Tension Pneumothorax
  3. Airway Obstruction

You’ll learn Rescue Task Force (RTF) principles and the priorities of event response: 

1. Win the fight / stop the threat
2. Treat the wounded
3. Cover & Evacuate 

If you are a police officer, security officer, CCW / every day carry “EDC”, or want, or need to enhance your existing first aid training, this course is for you.

 

We supply the TCCC equipment for the course.  However, having your own IFAK increases your experience and familiarity with your equipment which can be a life saving advantage.  Don’t worry, you won’t use any expendable items from your kit. 

We highly recommend North American Rescue products and we recommend the NAR INTERMEDIATE BLEEDER CONTROL KIT:
https://www.narescue.com/public-access-individual-bleeding-control-kit-nylon

 

Course Objective

  • SAFETY
  • Identify and treat the leading causes of preventable death
  • TCCC history, terminology, methodology
  • Treatment of violent injuries
  • The “Individual First Aid Kit” or “IFAK”
  • Use of enhanced first aid equipment
  • Extensive individual drills
  • Live fire / active shooter courses vary by course, see additional information above.

Equipment Requirements

Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) highly recommended, NAR Intermediate Bleeder Control Kit

Equipment Requirements

Live Fire / Active Shooter Course

 

  1. Primary pistol
  2. 300 rounds ammunition
  3. Holster 
  4. Two spare magazines minimum
  5. Body armor (available for rent)
  6. Eye & ear protection
  7. Notebook & pen
  8. Rifle is optional – 100 rounds of ammunition & sling
  9. For law enforcement – shields are optional

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You can book this course above. Alternatively get in touch by phone or use the contact form here.

Office  714-206-5168

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