NAEMT – CLS Combat Lifesaver (TCCC) 24-27.10.2024


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CLS Combat Lifesaver (TCCC)

Course provides the means to help familiarize you with TCCC concepts and lifesaving skills to render medical aid to a trauma casualty. The course (with recommended suggestions) provides information through a short lecture followed by interactive hands-on skills training and formal assessment. The CLS TCCC Course encompasses tactical trauma assessment, bleeding control interventions, airway and respiratory management techniques, rescue drag/carry techniques, prevention and treatment of shock, burns, eye injuries, splints, pain management, critical communication, and medical documentation practices. The TCCC skills have been proven safe and effective and can be performed by someone with no medical training. At the completion of this 40-hour course, you will be qualified at a TCCC basic proficiency level.

Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) is developed by the U.S. Department of Defense Defense Health Agency (DHA) Joint Trauma System to teach evidence-based, life-saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care on the battlefield.

In a world full of threats, in which the seconds often decide about lives – our and others, there is no room for compromise. We must be prepared to help. Knowledge that goes hand in hand with experience is essential when it comes to human life. Our instructors are recognized in Poland and around the world specializing in providing training and consultancy in the field of rescue.

Battlefield, city center or workplace – regardless of place and time, knowledge of medical emergency services allows you to save hundreds of lives every day. We are aware of the essence of our work and the trust that our clients place in us, which is why we are distinguished by our full commitment to transfer our knowledge during training. We believe that thanks to our intensive courses, participants will be able to effectively help.

Topics covered:

Day 1


Introduction to Tactical Combat Casualty Care

”Causalties you can avoid on the battlefield”

Phases of Care Under Fire

Practical and theoretical training

Methods of extraction in Care Under Fire

CAT, SOFTWW, SAM XT, RMT, TMT, TX3, TX4 tourniquets application

Care Under Fire training scenarios

Hotwash + Q&A


Day 2

Practical and theoretical training

Phases of Tactical Field Care

M.A.R.C.H. PAWS protocol

Massive hemorrhages control (TQ’s, wound packing – Celox Gauze, Chito Gauze, Combat Gauze, Xstat, CROC, JETT, AAJT, SAM Tourniquet, pressure bandages, uns of ITClamp on neck)

Airway management (with equipment and without equipment, NPA, Emergency CRIC)

Respiratory pathology

Circulatory system, AVPU and Circulatory Shock

Head Trauma & Hypothermia Prevention

Pain pharmacotherapy, antibiotic therapy

Tactical Field Care training scenarios

Hotwash + Q&A


Day 3

Burns Management, Rule of Nine

Fracture stabilization


9 Line MEDEVAC Request & MIST Report

Documentation of Care

Real World Scenarios with wound simulations


Day 4

All day tactical scenarios with wound simulations

Final Exam


4 days
Thu 0900-1900
Fr 0900-1900
Sa 0900-1900
So 0900-1500
Registration till 18.10.2024
Shooting Range near Wroclaw, Poland

In price included:
4 days course, NAEMT certificate, full accomodation, full board
Online Booking on:
No medical or tactical experience is needed.
Check in Wednesday 23.10.2024 from 15:00 O’Clock possibile
Peter Krzyminski
Tel.: 0049-157-52792373

Hotel Strzelec: Wodzisławska 10A, 52-017 Wrocław, Poland

We can arrange extra transfer from Wroclaw Airport to the hotel
TCCC course price includes all day food for a complete training time
– Train as You fight – If You work in uniform take it with You;
– Clothing appropriate for training and weather conditions
– Something to do notes 🙂
– Every participant will get a NAEMT Certificate;
– Each participant takes part in the event at their own risk;
– Each participant personally sign a declaration of lack of medical contraindications to compete and start at your own risk;
– All participants will not claim compensation from the organizers in the event of incurring bodily injury or property damage.