TCCC-AC (ALL COMBATANTS)

About This Course

    Tactical Combat Casualty Care – All Combatants

TCCC-AC was developed by the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care to prepare non-medical personnel to confidently and competently render aid to casualties in tactical environments. This concept is proven highly effective by units such as the U.S. Army Rangers. Military, law enforcement, fire/rescue and security personnel are the target audience for this level of training. ACADEMI offers this 1-day program with minimal classroom time and maximum hands-on training.

Participants will practice casualty movement techniques, hemorrhage control skills, airway management, treatment of torso trauma, shock assessment, burn treatment, and care for head and facial injuries. Training emphasizes the latest CoTCCC guidelines, techniques, recommended equipment and includes a final training scenario.

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.

Graduates will earn the CoTCCC-approved TCCC-AC certification through the National Association of EMTs (NAEMT), valid for 3 years.

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

$ 325.00 / 1 day San Diego, CA
Includes a certificate of completion.
Rental equipment available.
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$ 325.00 / 1 day Upper Marlboro, MD
Includes a certificate of completion.
Rental equipment available.
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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.