This online course contains information on
Introduction to Tactical Care
Care under Fire
Massive Haemorrhage (Wound Packing, Pressure dressing, Tourniquets, Intraosseous, Junctional bleeding and chest drains.)
Airway Management (Positional, NPA, I-gel, Intubation, Cricothyroidotomy
Respiration and Breathing (use of Oxygen, Chest seals, needle chest Decompression)
Circulation (Shock and pulses)
Tactical Trauma assessment
Casualties in Explosion
Penetrating eye injury
Traumatic Brain Injury and levels of consciousness
Wounds and Burns
Communication and documentation
Material is supported by 40+ Videos, Power points, skill sheets, text and downloadable guides.
We will continue to update this product and it will become an integral part of our Remote medic and other advanced practical courses.
90 days access for only £4.99 all profits going to Royal British Legion
Self-Test MCQ at end of course
What is TCCC and Why Do I Need to Learn about it??
Military units that have trained all of their members in TCCC have documented the lowest incidence of preventable deaths among their casualties in the history of modern warfare. TCCC is now used by all services in the U.S. Military and many allied nations including the UK as well to care for their combat wounded. TCCC-based prehospital trauma training is now becoming widespread in the civilian sector as well.
Military vs Civilian
- Prehospital trauma care is very different in the military vs the civilian settings.
- TCCC was developed to address these differences.
- Military units that have trained all unit members in TCCC have achieved the lowest incidence of preventable combat deaths in history.
TCCC has now been made the standard for the military and TCCC training is required for everyone in the Department of Defense