COMBAT LIFE SAVER TRAINING

A comprehensive, pragmatic tactical medical training course that trains soldiers, police officers and firefighters in 3 weeks to become a Combat Life Saver in accordance with the MARCH protocol, with officially recognised competence certificate (BC code).

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98% success rate

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Meets the quality requirements of your internal training

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NRTO certification

MORE ABOUT THE TRAINING COURSE

Daily operations take place in changing circumstances, all over the world. The people in your organisation need access to medical support while carrying out their mission.

After completing Combat Life Saver Training, the participant will be able to confidently stabilise a casualty as a first responder under difficult operational circumstances in accordance with the unique MARCH protocol with the accompanying specialist procedures.

The casualty can then be transferred to a higher level of medical care safer and with a higher chance of a good recovery.

  WHO IS IT FOR?

STUDENTS

Combat Life Saver Training participants (CLS) hold an organic position within an operational combat or combat support unit. The training course is also suitable for specialist units of the Police or Fire Service.

BOTH TRAINING INSTITUTES AND OPERATIONAL UNITS

AFG agrees with both Training Institutes and Operational Units on the exact content of the training programme. Both can provide the training. This training is suitable for Operational Units of the Dutch Ministry of Defence, the Police and its NATO partners.

DETAILS: ABOUT THE TRAINING COURSE

  • What: Combat Life Saver Training (CLS)
  • Also known as: Combat Life Saver (CLS) Training. This training corresponds to the internationally recognised doctrines of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) and Battlefield Advanced Trauma Life Support (BATLS).
  • Where: External training carried out by AFG, on location or in a mission area.

 TRAINING PROGRAM

 TRAINING PROGRAM

T The training programme includes the following subjects:

  • Reporting a casualty.
  • Carrying out medical care in accordance with the C-ABCDE protocol. (or TCCC)
  • Treating life-threatening conditions.
  • Operational Medical Mission Planning.
  • Executing a request for medical transfer.
  • Preparing a casualty transfer.
  • Carrying out a casualty transfer.
  • Triage.
  • Care under Fire.

  REVIEWS

“The amount of experience related from practice keeps it interesting as much as possible. The examples with photos are very educational.”

 

“A lot of experience from the instructors, a lot of tools such as photos to make things clear. And the openness of instructors to the students. And not to forget all the help that the instructors offer, such as guidance in the evening hours. ”

Student 
Student

“A lot of experience from the instructors, many utilities such as photos to clarify things. And the openness of instructors to the students. And not to mention all the help that the instructors offer, such as guidance in the evening. ”

Student Medical course
Student

“The amount of experience related to practice keeps it as interesting as possible. The examples with photos are very educational. ”

Student Medical course
Student

“The experience and knowledge of the instructors NL and USA. Because of this they were able to teach us a lot from their own experience.”

Student Medical course
Student

 PORTFOLIO

Would you like to know how AFG trained soldiers of the 13th Light Brigade to act effectively as tactical medical first responders in high-risk situations? Download our portfolio!

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