ABA Level 3 TCCC Tactical Combat Casualty Care Medic
26th – 27th of every month
Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) is developed by the U.S. Department of Défense Health Agency (DHA) Joint Trauma System to teach evidence-based, life-saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care on the battlefield. ABA conducts TCCC courses as specified by the DHA-JTS. ABA currently offers three types of TCCC courses.
- TCCC-MP (TCCC for Medical Personnel) is a 16-hour course for military medical personnel including medics, corpsmen, and pararescue personnel deploying in support of combat operations.
- TCCC-CLS (TCCC Combat Lifesaver) is a 40-hour course for non-medical military personnel deploying in support of combat operations.
- TCCC-ASM (TCCC All Service Members) is a 7-hour course for all service members. (no service members will take the 22 hours course)
The foundational medical science upon which TCCC is based is published in ABA’s PHTLS Military textbook in which the military chapters are written by the Co-TCCC. TCCC courses offered by ABA are endorsed by the Joint Trauma System and the American College of Surgeons. ABA’s TCCC-MP and TCCC-CLS courses are accredited by CAPCE and recognized by NREMT.
ABA’s TCCC courses are taught by a global network of experienced, well-trained instructors. To support training centres, instructors and students.
About this 2 days course
The problems on a battlefield (TCCC) are statistically connected with bullet or blast wounds.
This course is conducted according to a 40-hour program TCCC-CLS (TCCC Combat Lifesaver) and it ends with the ABA TCCC-CLS certificate/Accreditation.
Good Understanding For English
- The TCCC principles.
- The principles of Primary Survey in pre-hospital care.
- Assessing an incident for dangers of injuries from road traffic collisions, ballistics and violent assaults and respond appropriately.
- Assessing a Mass Casualty Incident and Triage.
- The TCCC phases: Care Under Fire, Tactical Field Care, Tactical Evacuation.
- The principles required for effective and safe use MARCHE protocol.
- Recognizing and managing a Casualty’s Massive Haemorrhage.
- Assessing and managing a Casualty’s airway, including hand manoeuvres and other Interventions.
- Recognizing and managing a Casualty Respiration, life threatening Chest Injuries, including Needle Decompression and Chest Seal.
- Recognizing and managing a Casualty’s Circulation and perform Fluid Resuscitation (I.V & I.O, TXA).
- Performing Analgesia and Antibiotics
- Recognizing and managing a Casualty’s Hypothermia / Hyperthermia.
- Recognizing and managing a Casualty’s trauma: Fractures, Dislocations, Burns, Head Trauma, Penetrating Eye Trauma, Abdominal Trauma and Other Injuries.
- Managing a Casualty in the dark.
- Knowing the principles required for effective Communication,
- Preparing a Casualty for Evacuation including Transportation / Evacuation Priorities and CPR
- Assessing and managing a Casualty’s Documentation of Care