Essentials of Tactical Medicine (ETM)

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RR1063 - ETM

  • 4 Hours Course Length
  • 1 Year Certificate Length
  • Certificate of Attendance

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Essentials of Tactical Medicine (ETM) is our entry level course to providing first aid in a hostile environment.
Over the course of 4 hrs you will learn the skills and knowledge to provide life saving skills for a range of scenarios.
Prerequisites English Literacy
Course Delivery
  • 4 Hours Face-to-Face
1. Understand the TECC principles
2. Understand the difference between direct & indirect threat care
3. Learn and apply a range of life-saving skills to manage catastrophic haemorrhage and chest trauma
4. Learn & apply airway management skills to a semi conscious/unconscious casualty

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When unpredictable situations arise in volatile environments, we at Real Response want to ensure you're fully prepared. In partnership with RedR Australia, we bring you the Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) course. This internationally renowned training heightens your personal security skills, readying you to confidently manage challenges and threats. The cornerstone of our HEAT course is the Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) training. With this integrated training, you'll gain critical skills to handle ballistic trauma, manage unconscious casualties, and apply improvised techniques, all vital for saving lives when resources are limited. Through a mix of theory and practical learning, you'll be armed with the knowledge to operate in hostile settings across the globe. Upon course completion, you'll earn a TECC Level 1 Certificate, recognised by the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC), verifying your tactical medical response expertise. At Real Response, our goal is to prepare you for extraordinary situations with extraordinary training. We're here to equip you with the skills and confidence you need to safely navigate hostile environments. To register your interest for Red R’s Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT)
In a world rife with unpredictability, adequate preparation for potential threats can make all the difference. To equip you for such eventualities, Real Response proudly offers our Advanced Tactical Trauma Course (ATTC). The ATTC, recognised worldwide, is an immersive training experience that fuses theory with hands-on practice. Our expert staff, with backgrounds in military, police, paramedicine, and humanitarian sectors, deliver a course that prioritises real-world, practical skills. The ATTC focuses on managing ballistic, penetrating, and blast trauma, along with the application of commercial and improvised tourniquets. You'll learn how to administer airway management to unconscious casualties and perform critical life-saving interventions with limited resources. This course also empowers you to identify threats, work safely within a dynamic environment, and apply learned skills in high-stress scenarios. You'll get to understand the basic principles of triage, practice evacuation techniques, and learn about the importance of the Mechanism of Injury. By the end of this course, you'll be proficient in life-saving skills and ready to respond to emergencies in a hostile or challenging environment. You'll also earn a TECC Level 1 Certificate, recognised by the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC), as testament to your tactical medical response proficiency. We at Real Response are committed to giving you the tools you need to navigate life-threatening situations, ultimately promoting safety and survival in hostile areas around the globe. Join us for a transformative learning experience in emergency response.
The First Responder Tactical Trauma Course (FRTTC) prepares participants to provide first aid in a hostile environment. Following guidelines endorsed by the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC), the course covers the theory and practical first aid management of ballistic, penetrating and blast injuries and a range of airway management, bandaging and self-care skills. The training also features realistic re-enactments where participants will have to put their skills to the test in a simulated environment.