Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Course

LENGTH OF COURSE:  1 day (8 hours)

TUITION:  $250 without P.O.S.T. credits (L.E.)

                    $275 with P.O.S.T. credits (L.E.)

 

Course description:

Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) is the practice of performing the minimum care necessary to save a life in austere environments.  This type of training was originally developed to teach military personnel with no medical background to perform life-saving skills and manage severe injuries until a medic could take over.  TCCC has saved countless lives in those theaters in which it has been used.

 

With the uncertain times we are living in, you may find yourself in a situation where an active shooter has shot and severely injured a loved one.  Or you may be involved in a motor vehicle accident, hunting mishap, or range injury where you must take immediate action to save someone’s life.    

 

APT's Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Course will provide emergency lifesaving training to the common man or woman.  The class will be part lecture and part practical application.

 

This is a Missouri P.O.S.T. approved course

Topics covered:

  • Proper use of a tourniquet

  • Sealing a sucking chest wound

  • Preventing a pneumothorax

  • Wound care and management

  • Securing and maintaining an airway