Tactical Medicine

Tactical Emergency Casualty Care

TECC is the civilian version of the US military’s Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course. We teach important lessons that were learned in the war on terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as other conflicts. TECC is quickly becoming standard education for law enforcement personnel and is even being included in some law enforcement academies. Our courses are designed around the military's TCCC as well as the most recent emergency medicine from the civilian world.

Tactical Medicine

Our 8-hour course covers topics designed to treat and decrease preventable death in the tactical environment. Our training includes; massive hemorrhage control, airway assessment and control, breathing management techniques, circulation evaluation, hypothermia treatment and proper documentation. We cover tactical movements and shooting techniques to maximize life saving abilities.

Basic Medicine

Our 4 hour basic medicine course offers individuals the knowledge and skills to treat real world medical or trauma patients without being in a tactical environment. This course follows the same principles as our 8 hour tactical medicine course without the tactical movement and shooting portions. It is designed for any individual wishing to gain more medical knowledge. 

Bleeding Control Basics

Today we live in a world where terrorism, the actions of unstable people, and the dangerous impulses of friends and relatives are very real and becoming increasingly more frequent. 


Our 2 hour Bleeding Control Basics course allows anyone to become a life saving first responder. This class teaches all the techniques necessary to control life threatening bleeding.  

What to Expect

Our 8 hour course is a combination of hands-on practicals and tactical movement as well as lecture. Students should wear comfortable clothing and bring something to take notes on. We will be using simulated blood that washes out of clothing, but still wear something that can get dirty. We encourage law enforcement, military and security agencies to wear their body armor and gear to the class for the hands on portion. We also request that students bring ear and eye protection as there will be a live fire portion conducted by instructors