TACTICAL MEDICINE – TECHNICIAN
(California POST – Tactical Lifesaver / California EMSA – TEMS Technician)
CALIFORNIA P.O.S.T CERTIFIED
Strategic Operations POST ID # 1102
Tactical Medicine Technician # 1102-23013-18 – 40 HRS
Law Enforcement Receive 40 hours of Continuing Professional Training (CPT)
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AUTHORITY
Tactical Medicine Technician 40 CE Credits
EMS CE Provider # 16-SWCC-F2-2005
NAEMT Authorized Training Center – # 6653
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Provider – 16 CE Credits
Minimum qualifications: EMT, Paramedic, RN, PA or Physician. This 40 hour course exceeds California POST and EMSA guidelines for Tactical Medicine and provides 40 hours of CAPCE (formerly CECBEMS) credits and/or POST CPT for LE officers.
The crawl, walk, run teaching methodology will take the students from repetitive practice of core TACMED skills and progress through the full hyper-realistic stress inoculation scenarios that Strategic Operations has to provide.
Instructor staff is a combination of experienced military combat medics and civilian tactical paramedics.
The last two (2) days are supported by local LE cover officers including full SWAT equipment, vehicles, tear gas, less-lethal, etc.
In addition to passing all of the required skills practicums, at the end of the course each student will take the written exam for NAEMT TCCC/TECC certification as well as coaching for national IBSC Tactical Paramedic Certification (TP-C).
Whether certifying as a tactical paramedic on a SWAT team or preparing for Rescue Task Force (RTF) deployment at violent MASCALs, this course will imbed the inter-operable core skills you will need to provide under pressure.
Upon successful completion of TMT, students will receive a 4 year NAEMT TECC Provider Certificate, 40 hours of CMEs/CEUs from CAPCE, and CA-POST CPTs.
$1,850 This class is authorized for UASI tuition reimbursement, backfill and/or overtime; all of this is at the discretion of each agency. Individuals are directed to inquire with their own agency for UASI approval and authorization.
Tactical Uniform worn by assigned team. Also, tactical medical vests or containers/pouches and PPE worn by assigned team should be brought to class each day. Front line consumable tactical medical equipment will be replaced by training equipment at Strategic Operations. For medics not assigned to a tactical team, wear whatever your field uniform is for EMS calls and Strat Ops will supply tactical medical containers/pouches and supplies.
Next Class Session:
January 13-17, 2020