TACTICAL EMERGENCY CASUALTY CARE (TEC-201)

$325 usd
$295 usd
Before Sep 12, 2021
Tue Oct 12, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
Sunnyvale, California, USA  

Medical emergencies are among the most constant and critical threats executive protection professionals are likely to encounter. This training focuses on recognition and appropriate treatment of life-threatening trauma—whether sustained during an attack, a motor vehicle accident, or any number of other possible scenarios. Participants will learn vital skills for saving lives during the critical minutes before EMS can reach or safely enter the scene.

Purpose

This training focuses on recognition of life-threatening injuries and application of appropriate treatments to dramatically increase survivability until the patient reaches higher-level care. You’ll learn proven skills and interventions which could save a life—your principal’s, your partner’s, or your own.

Who Should Attend

This course is open to all security, military, and law enforcement professionals. Allied Universal champions diversity in the EP industry and encourages qualified individuals of all backgrounds to apply.

Learning Goals

This course focuses on understanding and application of the M.A.R.C.H. algorithm, which is a systematic approach to emergent trauma care within hazardous environments:

  • (M) Massive Bleeding
  • (A) Airway
  • (R) Respiration
  • (C) Circulation (Shock)
  • (H) Head Injuries/ Hypothermia

This training provides discussion and hands-on practice of key points of performance within the MARCH algorithm, as well as the START triage system, organization of casualty collection points (CCPs), obtaining vital signs, completing casualty cards, and trauma scenario exercises.

All information is derived from U.S. Military Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC/ TC3), Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC), The Hartford Consensus I, II, III Document on Improving Survival from Active Shooter Events, and/ or PHTLS V9.

Methodology

This training incorporates classroom instruction, live demonstrations, hands-on application, and trauma scenarios.

Opportunities for hands-on learning include:

  • Improvised tourniquets
  • Manufactured tourniquets (CAT Gen-6 and 7, SWAT, RATS)
  • Gauze wound packing
  • Simple pressure dressing of arm or leg wounds
  • Complex pressure dressing for a stump/armpit/femoral wound
  • Movement of casualty via log roll onto a collapsible nylon litter (with and without cervical spine precautions)
  • Radial and carotid artery pulse points
  • Obtaining vital signs (heart rate, breathing rate, capillary refill time)
  • Recording of vital signs using a casualty card
  • Gunshot wounds scenario response with documentation onto casualty card

Instructor demonstrations include the skills above, plus the following:

  • Hemostatic agents (Combat Gauze/ Celox Gauze/ Celox Applicator)
  • Chest seals (H&H and Hyfin Vent)
  • Nasopharyngeal airways (NPA)
  • Head-tilt-chin-lift technique
  • Jaw thrust technique

Instructor

This course is instructed by Jason Jarvis, lead medical training instructor for Allied Universal Executive Protection and Intelligence Services.

Jason is a former U.S. Army Special Forces medic (18D) with extensive high-threat protection experience in over 40 countries. He’s currently a U.S. National Registry paramedic, guest instructor at the annual NATO Special Operations Combat Medic Course, Tropical Medicine Lead for the College of Remote and Offshore Medicine, Instructor of Advanced Cardiac Life Support for Experienced Providers at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, Pediatric Advanced Life Support Instructor for Seattle and Tacoma hospitals, and a workshop presenter at the annual Special Operations Medicine Scientific Assembly.

Jason has authored and co-authored numerous published articles in medical journals and publications. He is coauthor of the Remote and Austere Medicine Field Guide for Practitioners, 2nd Edition, Reviewer for International Health at the Journal of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, and editor of The Compass—official newsletter of the College of Remote and Offshore Medicine.

Jason is a fellowship candidate with the Wilderness Medical Society, a member of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, and is currently completing a master’s program on infectious diseases at the University of London.

Certificates

Successful participants will be awarded a CERTIFICATE OF QUALIFICATION for this program. Individuals who fail to meet the standards of this training program will not be qualified by the Academy, but will receive a Certificate of Attendance.

Prerequisites

Allied Universal is dedicated to the improvement and professionalization of the executive protection industry. Academy applicants will be evaluated according to a mix of criteria prior to course admission:

– Ability to pass a criminal background check
– Demonstrably high degree of personal ethics and professionalism

Prior medical training is not required to attend this course.

Training Hours

This is an intensive 1-day, 8-hour course. Training typically runs from 08:00 to 17:00.

Tuition

-Early registration: $295 USD
-Standard registration: $325 USD
-Participants are responsible for their own travel, accommodations, and personal insurance (if desired). Accepted applicants will be notified as early as possible to allow ample time for arrangements and reservations.
-Employees approved to attend this training may do so free of charge.

Registration & Confirmation

Please note that your seat will not be reserved until tuition is received. Tuition is refundable up to 30 days prior to training. All applications are subject to review and vetting. Should any concerns arise in reference to your application you will be contacted by our training management team.

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Jason Jarvis

Lead Instructor, First-Responder Medicine
Sunnyvale, California, USA
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