The TECC - C.LEO ( Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Citizens - Law Enforcement Officers ) training course focuses on the training of every citizen and Law enforcement in the updated survival protocols in high-risk threats & situations (Terrorism - Crime) that aim at the loss of life in the urban environment. The training course is based on the TECC protocol and covers specific skills aimed at stabilizing an injured person in a dangerous or threatening environment. Situational awareness is a central concept throughout the course. With Genessol’s training, participants are able to support casualties in an environment of direct, indirect threat as well as taking care of the evacuation according to an evidenced based protocol to act.
Who may enroll :
The class refers to all Citizens, Teachers and Trainers, Employees in public sector and Law Enforcement Officers
Scene safety – Threat Assessment (Protection from criminal actions - Active shooter and Terrorist attack)
Bullets, ballistics, and mechanisms of injury
Blast injuries effects on the human body
Bleeding control Management
Management of foreign objects traumas
Management of Chest Wounds
Ways of transporting the patient
Escape actions from burning buildings - vehicles
Multiple choice written assessment & Practical assessment.
During the training courses a number of extensive practical drills and evaluation assessments are in effect, based on progressive scenarios and depending on the level of difficulty
CERTIFICATION - RECOGNITION :
Upon successful completion of the theoretical and practical exams, participants receive international certification from the Gatehouse awards UK level LEVEL 3 under the accreditation of the TECC committee.
Clothing and footwear appropriate for training scenarios that might take place in a muddy, or inundated environment. (Equipment will be provided upon request in advance and at an additional cost)
Students may be exposed to uncomfortable elements and stress inducing activities that may include: walking, running, lifting, carrying, dragging, crawling, hot/cold temperatures, wet/dark/smokey/dusty environments, loud noises, and realistic-type scenarios. Students must be aware of their own capabilities, limitations, and preexisting conditions which may affect their overall performance as well the safety of themselves and others.
Medssol instructors reserve the authority to alter or discontinue any training deemed unsafe per their discretion.
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