TECC Programs

In 2021, our team chose to add TECC to our program offerings.  In light of the dangerous and unpredictable nature of the world, we wanted the ability to offer training that could be implemented to address mass casualty incident, particularly those occurring in high-threat environments. 

 

We determined that of all of the possible programs, that the best one we found was TECC.  This family of programs provides educational content for the widest array of end users that is based on the best available, evidence based, battle proven techniques. 

Currently we offer the following TECC Programs:

  • LEVEL 1 – Active Bystander
    This program is designed for lay-rescuers/bystanders, this could include school personnel, child-care workers, church staff, security personnel, event staffers or any other individual who is interested in learning basic skills to save lives in an emergency.  This program will introduce participants to information regarding the history of these incidents and the lessons that can be learned from these tragic events. Participants will then go on to learn and practice basic skills to provide immediate aid to victims of these attack protecting the airway, shock 
    prevention, and emergent care for burns.  This course typically lasts 3-4 hours in length and includes both didactic and practical components. 
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  • LEVEL 2 - Non-EMS Responders
    This program is designed for emergency responder other than EMT’s/Paramedics, this could include firefighters, law-enforcement personnel, security personnel or any other individual who may be called to respond to an incident of this type. This program will introduce participants to information regarding the history of these incidents and the lessons that can be learned from these tragic events. Participants will then go on to learn and practice basic skills to provide immediate aid to victims of these attacks, including bleeding control, protecting the airway, shock prevention and emergent care for burns. In addition, participants will learn about common triage methods, and special considerations for gaining access and care during evacuation.  This course typically lasts 3-4 hours in length and includes both didactic and practical components.

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All of our TECC programs are based on the current guidelines developed and published by the Committee on Tactical Emergency Casualty Care.