Tactical Combat Casualty Care All Combatants and First Responders November 10, 2018
By registering you agree to a background check. If you are buying multiple slots for one unit please provide full name, current address and age of others. No one under age 21 can participate in classes unless active US MIL.
Full payment ($1000) is due at registration. Cancellations more than 90 days before class date are refunded 50%. Cancellations within 90 days are non-refundable or can be applied toward another class in the calendar year if available.
Course Prerequisites (no exceptions, do not ask. If you do not have one of the below prerequisites and sign up YOU WILL NOT BE REFUNDED)
1) completion of a Defoor Proformance training course after Jan 1, 2017 (we will cross reference your info after you sign up. Do not attempt to buy this course if you haven't trained with us or if someone else bought your course. You will not be refunded)
2) active duty MIL/LE (sign up using your GOV email account or email us before signup from your GOV email if your unit doesn't allow personal email use)
3) current active GOV contractors (we have contacts in all current organizations email us and we will confirm your employment)
12 students maximum
WE DO NOT KEEP STANDBY LISTS. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT AND ASK TO BE PLACED ON STANDBY FOR A SOLD OUT CLASS- Any sold out course that has cancellations or availability will be announced via social media (links at bottom of page). First to contact us will get the slot. This provides more people an opportunity to get in a class and prevents one entity from being on standby for multiple classes.
NAEMT (National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians) TCCC-AC is a one day course that was designed for first Responders in a tactical and non-tactical environment. The course focuses on the most common cause of preventable death and the three phases of care. Care Under Fire, Tactical Field Care and Evacuation. There will be a heavy emphasis on repetitive scenario training incorporating state of the art training simulators and an advanced hemorrhage lab. Every student that successfully passes the course will be awarded a certification from NAEMT.
All instructors are 18D long course graduates with multiple combat deployments in the past 10 years serving as an operational medic with their assigned unit.
Some drills require physical exertion and an elevated heart rate. Day one is typically 7am-7pm with a short lunch break. No pictures and no audio or video recording is permitted in class. All cell phones must be handed in while training, no exceptions. We can provide a phone number for you to pass to anyone who might need to contact you during class.
East Coast U.S. You will receive a email upon signup with details and recommended airfare/lodging.
All Required Medical Gear is provided. If you would like to train in your gear you're welcome to bring it. We highly recommend a "training set" of clothes that you don't mind destroying.