TCCC training with realistic scenarios and the NAEMT standard 1/6 instructor to student ratio.
Classroom portion, and then hands on skills the second day all taught by someone who was active duty and also taught CLS and TCCC at TTECG. John Currently Instructs USAF, Marines, Sailors, Law Enforcement, EMS/Fire, and even Sheriff Department Training Officers.
When you are getting certified you should want an instructor who has proven himself and his skills in an actual Tactical situation. Not only by reading a book.There are so many people who get an instructor cert, or claim they have experience but don't. Is your instructor a combat veteran? Has he or she earned a CAR, Bronze Star, or actually used TCCC under fire? Ask your instructor these questions as it's important to know these answers when selecting an instructor to get the best training.
If you are getting Certified it must be through an Instructor with a NAEMT Training Site and in accordance with NAEMT rules and regulations. Otherwise your certification will mean nothing. It will just be worth the paper it is printed on. 16 CAPCE. Good for 3 years. NAEMT generated and a unique course number assigned for each course.
Before you find yourself in a situation where Tactical Medicine matters, learn what really works and what is only a hypothetical
Things are explained and shown until you have the knowledge you need to pass the exam and earn your NAEMT TCCC cert.
JCrowConsult is also recognized and able to instruct TECC