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Sat, Feb 26


Shadow Hawk Defense

Traumatic Injury Response

NAEMT Accredited, Qualifies for 8 Hours CAPCE Continuing Education Units This is the one course every person needs to take! This course saves lives!

Traumatic Injury Response
Traumatic Injury Response

Time & Location

Feb 26, 2022, 8:00 AM – Feb 27, 2022, 3:30 PM

Shadow Hawk Defense, 436 Apple Harvest Dr, Hedgesville, WV 25427, USA

About the event

The #1 cause of death between the ages of 1-44 is traumatic injury and the majority of those death are due to massive hemorrhaging.

The national average for EMS response is around 9 minutes… Massive hemorrhaging from traumatic injuries like gunshot wounds or even auto accidents leads to death in 3-4 minutes. With the right training and equipment you can sustain life until help arrives.

This course equips you to be ready in times of crisis and be citizen responder that is ready to save lives!

This Traumatic Injury Response Course (TCCC-AC) is a nationally accredited (NAEMT) coursed designed for Law Enforcement, civilians and all personnel that are not Advanced Life Support (ALS) or non-medical personnel.  As a student in this course you will experience the same level of training in trauma medical response as the military warfighter on the battlefield today.

This course has the content of Tactical Combat Casualty Care for the Medical Provider (MP) and the Tactical Emergency Casualty Care course but designed for civilians and taught in terms the everyday American 12 years old and up can understand.

This is a great family training opportunity that will be fun and exciting for everyone! Learn some real life-saving skills as a family/group and have a good time while doing it.

During this 2 day course you will learn:

  • How to determine and react to a threat
  • How to move a casualty safely
  • How to apply a tourniquet to a bleeding extremity
  • How to manage an airway of a casualty
  • How to pack a wound where a tourniquet can’t be used
  • How to determine if someone is in shock
  • How to prevent hypothermia
  • How to communicate your findings to medical personnel when they arrive

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