Tue, Nov 01|
Carbondale Fire station
Tactical Combat Casualty Care 3-day class & one day refresher
Helping officers and civilians who may have been injured in a combat situation! New 3 Day format!
Time & Location
Nov 01, 8:00 AM – Nov 03, 5:00 PM
Carbondale Fire station , Carbondale, CO
About the Event
Tactical Combat Casualty Care
Colorado Mountain College
Where: Carbondale Fire Station
Instructor: Joseph C. Livengood, MD, FACS – Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Authority
Three day tactical Casualty Combat Care is a National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) approved course conducted by Colorado Mountain College and instructed by Dr. Joseph Livengood of the Roaring Fork Fire Rescue Authority. TCCC is appropriate for law enforcement who may be required to provide combat care to a fellow peace officers or civilians as they wait for an ambulance or other resources. More information on NAEMT’s TCCC course can be found here: NAMET TCCC
Expect about three to fours hours of required prework to be completed on your own prior to class. New this year is the three day format allowing for more scenario based training.
Additional: Lodging and meals are the responsibility of each student/agency. There are several lodging options in the Roaring Fork area.
COST: This course does have a cost to it and it is not covered by the I-70 West Grant.
The I-70 West Training Region is funded by the Peace Officer Standards and Training Grant Project