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TCCC – COMBAT LIFE SAVER

COURSE

Do you want to learn how to take decisive, life-saving action in combat situations with confidence? If so, learn the MARCH protocol for Combat Life Savers. This step-by-step medical protocol is used across the world by service members from NATO member states

Advanced Forces Group is an accredited NAEMT training center

About the course

In combat situations, you will encounter injuries that you wouldn’t in your normal life. When bullets are flying past you, shells are landing all around, and everything is in chaos, you have to be able to keep a cool head. Our experienced instructors, who have all seen combat themselves, will teach you all the tricks of the trade. After this training, you will know exactly what to do to save a fellow soldier or civilian. This is an NAEMT-accredited program with a certificate that is valid for 4 years

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Battlefield proven

The US army has been conducting evidence-based research into this since 1996. Leading medical professionals have compiled the best medical treatment methods in order to maximize the survival chances of war casualties. Now you can learn this too

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Experienced instructors

Working with experienced instructors, you will engage in challenging scenarios that provide you with the necessary practical experience to do things like stabilize catastrophic bleeding caused by gunshot wounds as quickly as possible. The program can be taught in your local language.

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Fundamental knowledge

You might have the best medical equipment at hand, but you need to know how to use that equipment properly. With this training course, accredited by the NAEMT, you will learn the steps you need to take in order to use it safely and effectively

Who is this training designed for?

Service members

Police officers

Security guards

First Responders

Course build up: what you’ll learn

Module 1 – Equipment in an Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK)
  • Using the video in the digital handbook, you will check the items that you should have in order to effectively stabilize war casualties.
  • Your instructor will share their practical experience, like the best ways to pack and use the equipment.
  • You will work with your own IFAK to prepare it for use.
Module 2 – Massive Hemorrhage Control
  • You will learn the basic skills for identifying a fatal hemorrhage.
  • You will be able to correctly take the following actions:
    • Placing a tourniquet
    • Directly applying pressure using wound packing
Module 3 – Airway Management
  • You will be able to recognize and treat an airway obstruction.
  • You will be able to correctly take the following actions:
    • Cleaning the mouth
    • Head tilt/chin lift
    • Jaw thrust
Module 4 – Respiration assessment
  • You will be able to recognize and treat respiratory problems caused by a chest injury.
  • You will learn the basics about respiration injuries and how these should be treated.
  • You will be able to correctly take the following actions: Performing a respiration and chest examination and placing a chest seal.
Module 5 – Circulation
  • You will be able to recognize and treat severe external hemorrhages.
  • You will learn the basics about circulation and how to treat severe hemorrhages.
  • You will be able to correctly take the following actions: applying pressure dressing and applying occlusive dressing.
Module 6 – Simulations
  • You will be able to perform actions in a practical scenario from the MARC part of the MARCH protocol.
  • You will apply wound packing and place a tourniquet in different scenarios.
Module 7 – Hypothermia
  • You will be able to combat hypothermia.
  • You will learn the basics about hypothermia and how to prevent it.
  • You will be able to correctly take the following action: correctly covering someone with an aluminum blanket.
  • You will learn alternative ways to combat hypothermia.
Module 8 – Head injuries
  • You will be able to treat basic eye injuries and examine someone for brain injuries.
  • You will learn the basics about eye injuries as well as how to treat them.
  • You will learn the basics about brain injuries and be able to examine a casualty for brain injuries.
  • You will be able to correctly take the following actions: applying an eyepatch and assessing a casualty’s consciousness and awareness.

 

Module 9 – Transfer
  • You will be able to clearly provide support services with the relevant information.
  • You will be able to use the MISTAT protocol to provide information.
Module 10 – Simulations
  • You will be able to operate independently as a first responder and execute the MARCH protocol in order to treat a casualty.
  • You will be able to carefully and independently go through the MARCH protocol.
  • You will be able to apply wound packing to the chest.
  • You will be able to apply a chest seal.
  • You will be able to use the MISTAT protocol when making a report to support services.

INSTRUCTOR: Nikki

Explained in short, powerful and simple videos by Nikki Koppedraaijer. Awarded a veteran with a bronze medals of merit. He and his team treated more than 1,200 victims of war in Iraq at the Battle of Mosul in 3 months. As an experienced team leader within the Special Forces with deployments to the most dangerous areas in the world such as Afghanistan and Iraq, he knows better than anyone why it is so important to properly master this medical protocol. You save the lives of your buddies with this training

Download our 2022 training catalogue below

NAEMT Certificate: COMBAT LIFE SAVER

Learn how to take decisive, life-saving action in combat situations with confidence thanks to our experienced instructors. They will give you the best tips and tools for getting your career as a Combat Life Saver off to the right start.

 What the training program entails:

Upon completion, you will receive a CLS certificate accredited by NAEMT. The certificate is valid for 4 years

How to take life-saving action in emergency situations

Each step in the MARCH protocol and how to perform them

The specific equipment in your individual first aid kit (IFAK)

How to use the equipment in your IFAK safely and responsibly

You will be tested in challenging simulations, which will teach you the skills needed to properly execute the MARCH protocol

The digital first-responder handbook, available 24/7 on your mobile phone and laptop

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