Our Medical Courses offered by the Academy of Combat Support and Training combine the theory and practical exercises in order to train the methods and techniques of providing medical aid in conditions close to realistic combat environment. The Medical Courses are executed in accordance with the American Tactical Combat Casualty Care protocols (TCCC) introduced by the USSOCOM.
- The ability to use TCCC protocol (medical aid levels: „Care Under Fire”, „Tactical Field Care” phase, casualty handling protocol: “M.A.R.C.H”, evacuation phase: TacEvac, report 9-line Medevac/ M.I.S.T.)
- Improvement of tactical and medical casualty care techniques in combat environment.
- Safe methods of providing first aid in typical, emergency situations in combat (i.e. wounds, bleeding, bone fracture, loss of hearing, loss of sight, consciousness disorder, panic attack).
- Introduction to epidemiological dangers.
TCCC Training is executed on three levels of advancement, on a weekend- or a one-day basis.
Tactical Training – Casualty Care In Combat Environment – weekend course
- (17h) Certificate
Tactical Training – Casualty Care In Combat Environment – One day course
- Basic (7h) – Evidence of Completion
- Medium (5h) – Evidence of Completion
- Advanced (5h) – Certificate
The Course Medical Evacuation And Epidemiological Threats In Hostile Environment is executed on a one-day basis (7h). Upon successful completion the participants receive an Evidence of Completion.
- Course (7h) – Evidence of Completion