Corso di 3 Giorni per FFAA/Polizia/CC ed ex allievi Resurgit a 600 Euro, tutto incluso con vitto,alloggio,affitto campo e materiale. Civili ed altri 800 Euro a persona. Certificazione attestato da Ian McDevitt TCCC Emergency Medical Services Instructor #1404 State of Connecticut, USA.
Contattare direttamente me oppure Francesco Mandolini @ Camphoenix o Salvatore Stefio di Resurgit.
TACTICAL MEDICINE COURSE
AUDIENCE: Concealed Carry Professionals, Law Enforcement/Military, First Responders/Emergency Personnel
INSTRUCTORS: Ian McDevitt, EMT-Paramedic, Tactical Paramedic, EMSI, CCEMTP, Harvard University Expert in Tactical Medicine, author of Tactical Medicine book.
Gaetano Mortati, US Army paratrooper , OIF/OEF Combat Veteran, BLS,CLS, SME Weapons and Tactics for MPRI USA, PSD instructor for RESURGIT Italy.
• Introduction of Instructors
• Introduction of class (why are you taking the class? what do you hope to get out of it)
• Purpose of Class: to teach simple life saving techniques that can be used in a hostile situation/environment
How people die when guns&knives are involved, what are the preventable causes.
• TCCC Tactical Cambat Casualty Care for the Civilian
• Stages of Care
a. Care under Fire
b. Tactical field Care Recognizing each stage and how
c. CASEVAC they apply to us.
1300-1700 Assessment/Blood Sweep/Flash Physical Assessment Steps to counter serious injury Tourniquets improvisation All with hands on and Practical Haemostatic Dressings exercise. Pressure bandages Newest Types/tricks Working with a partner on an injured patient
Recap and Questions?
0800-0900 Recap day 1 and Practical Exercise (Short)
0900-1200 Breathing problems (35% of GSW patients die from) Tension Pneumo Hemo Pneumo Practical Exercise Patient positioning Treatment tricks
1300-1430 Use of the handgun while injured Magazine changes Clearing jams Improvised Techniques Importance of Mobility
1430-1630 Patient carries Carrying systems Improvising Carrying injured while maintaining situational awareness
1630-1800 Blast injuries Physics and Dynamics Types of explosive (High/Low) Different injury types Suspected injuries “Secondary hit” effects
0800-0900 Recap day 1 and 2 Questions?
0900-1200 Scenarios Self rescue (Single) Buddy rescue (Teams)
1300-1430 Gear review How to carry it? What to carry? Why? Where do I get it/find it?
1430-1700 Scenarios/ Practical Exercises and Testing Stations
Optional training in animal care (Veterinary skills)