Tactical Medicine 8-Hour Course for Prepared Civilians - Front Line Training Center
Time & Location
The Medicine in Bad Places Tactical Medicine 8-Hour Course for Prepared Civilians is based off of NAEMT’s Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) 8-hour class. The focus is to train prepared civilians to handle emergency situations seconds after they happen. These situations range from active shooting incidents, car accidents, massive trauma, and other emergencies that you can be exposed to. Front Line Training Center of Long Island is offering this Tactical Combat Casualty Care- Accelerated Course that is open to everyone with no prior medical training required. Unfortunately, with things being the way they are today this training is more important than ever before, especially for those doing security work. This training emphasizes and focuses on bleeding control of major wounds, including GSWs, the use of tourniquet’s and other bleeding control agents. Come learn how to save a life. See flyer for more info.
Note: You do not need to have any prior medical knowledge or experience to attend this course.
The cost of the course is $180 and $250 with the Medicine in Bad Places Individual First Aid Kit. The kit includes the following:
1x CAT Tactical Tourniquet (Generation 7)
1x ETD 4” Bandge
1x Hyfin Chest Seal (2-pack)
1x QuikClot Bleeding Control Dressing (4 yards)
1x NPA 28F w/ Lube
1 Pair Nitrile Gloves (Large)
If you have any questions or if you need to pay by check offline or invoice, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Registration(w/first aid kit)$250$2500$0