About This Course

    Tactical Combat Casualty Care – Medical Provider

TCCC-MP is designed for military medical providers. ACADEMI offers several packages to train and certify personnel, using 2-day, 3-day, 4-day and custom-length courses to create the most proficient tacmed practitioners on the field. Training is 80% hands-on application in the form of labs, skills stations and practical exercises.

All courses cover the latest CoTCCC guidelines, techniques, recommended equipment and include a final training exercise. Topics are listed to the right, under Course Details. The 3-day course covers all the standard 2-day curriculum and adds training in combat stress management and dealing with MASCAL/CCP incidents. The 4-day package is designed to generate greater confidence and proficiency by including all the above plus two moulage training scenarios and increased repetitions during hands-on evolutions.

Instructors have current backgrounds from military SOF, law enforcement, fire/rescue/EMS and private military/security contracting. ACADEMI instructors bring the latest tactical medical experience to every class.

This course is designed for military medics, corpsman, pararescue, IDMTs, physicians, nurses, PAs and other providers working in austere/remote tactical environments.

All graduates earn the CoTCCC-approved TCCC-MP certification through the National Association of EMTs (NAEMT), valid for 3 years. 16 CEUs/CMEs are earned through CAPCE.

The course is for Public Safety, Law Enforcement and Military.

Any questions regarding this course or additional class locations and times please contact train@constellis.com.

$ 850.00 / 3 days San Diego, CA
Includes a certificate of completion.
Rental equipment available.
Next Available Classes
$ 850.00 / 3 days Moyock, NC
Includes a certificate of completion.
Rental equipment available.
Next Available Classes
Course Details
  • Topics
  • Principles of TCCC
    • Understanding the phases of care in the tactical environment and their impact on care
    • Assessment and treatment of massive hemorrhage
    • Airway management (basic and advanced skills)
    • Assessment and treatment of torso trauma
    • Fluid resuscitation in tactical medicine
    • Assessment and management of head injuries
    • Pain management and prevention of infection
    • Casualty movement (assists, drags, carries and improvised litters)
  • Gear
  • Tac light or headlamp
  • Ammunition requirements
  • None
  • Skill prerequisites
  • None
  • Lodging
  • Currently there is no on campus lodging at this location. There are many off campus options.

    Gear Rentals

    Most items on the gear list may be rented via the application at additional cost or purchased at the Proshop.