The NVFAC Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit charity, is hosting a Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) Course at the Education Center at Clark County Shooting Complex and taught by Ernie Lorelli, a NAEMT Certified Instructor.
The TECC course is a one-day (9hrs) training program that teaches the principles of pre-hospital trauma life support (PHTLS) to persons who are NOT Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT).
The goal is to teach life saving skills to people who are the first person on scene in a non-combat situation, yet recognizing threats from terrorism and active shooters.
The course is designed for police officers, teachers, administrators, as well as safety and security officers, as well as the perfect course for the shooting sports enthusiast who could find themselves in a situation where the knowledge and skills taught could save lives.
Emphasis is placed on patient assessment, bleeding control, and airway management. The lectures and practical stations are designed for the type of care you can realistically provide with whatever is at hand until help can get to you or you can get to help. What do you do under direct threat? What do you do when the threat is indirect, and what do you do to provide care during evacuation to a medical facility? All these scenarios are discussed in depth along with principals and procedures to minimize injuries and save lives.
Upon completion students receive a four year certification in TECC from the National Association of EMTs. Don’t be part of the problem – Become part of the solution. Train, prepare, and be ready. For additional information see this link: https://www.naemt.org/education/tecc
NVFAC Members price = $115
Non-Members price = $165
NVFAC members will have priority.
We need a minimum of SIX students and a maximum of 12
Click here to request more information or to reserve your spot.