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National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians Courses (NAEMT)

Equipping First Responders with vital skills to deliver top-tier care in critical situations.

Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) Course

Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) Course

The NAEMT Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) course is an advanced training program that addresses the unique challenges faced by first responders and medical personnel in tactical and high-risk environments. Designed to enhance the preparedness and capability of healthcare professionals, particularly those operating in law enforcement, military, and other tactical settings, TECC equips participants with the knowledge and skills needed to provide life-saving medical care under the most demanding and hazardous circumstances.

The primary goal of the TECC course is to ensure that medical responders are well-prepared to address injuries and casualties in situations where standard medical protocols may not apply.


Key components of the TECC curriculum include:

  1. Tactical Considerations: TECC participants learn to integrate medical care into the tactical response, understanding the importance of safety and security for both the responder and the casualty. This training acknowledges the reality that responders often operate in hostile or uncertain environments.

  2. Hemorrhage Control: Recognizing that severe bleeding is a leading cause of preventable death in trauma situations, TECC emphasizes hemorrhage control techniques, including the proper use of tourniquets and hemostatic agents.

  3. Airway and Breathing Management: The course provides advanced training in airway management and the use of chest seals, ensuring that responders can stabilize patients with airway and breathing problems effectively.

  4. Circulation Support: TECC participants learn to manage shock and other circulatory issues, focusing on the rapid assessment and treatment of patients with traumatic injuries.

  5. Immobilization and Extrication: The course covers techniques for safely moving and evacuating casualties from dangerous situations, recognizing that extraction may be necessary in challenging environments.

  6. Scenario-Based Training: TECC incorporates realistic scenarios and hands-on exercises, allowing participants to practice their skills in high-pressure situations that mirror real-life emergencies.

The NAEMT TECC course is instrumental in bridging the gap between traditional medical care and the unique demands of tactical operations. It prepares healthcare providers to adapt their skills and knowledge to volatile and high-risk situations, ultimately improving the chances of survival and reducing the severity of injuries for casualties in these environments. TECC-trained responders are an invaluable asset in safeguarding lives during critical incidents.

Event Information

Event Date 03-16-2024 9:00 am
Event End Date 03-16-2024 5:00 pm
Cut Off Date 03-16-2024
Capacity 20
Individual Price Contact Us to Inquire About Classes
Location BVAC Rescue Response Training Center

Venue Information - BVAC Rescue Response Training Center

BVAC Rescue Response Training Center
214-29 42nd Ave
Bayside, NY 11361

Located on the Second Floor, No Elevator.

Located in the center of Bayside Queens

1 block east from Bell Blvd on 42nd Ave (Cross streets - Bell Blvd & 214 Place.

Near the LIRR (Bayside Station), Q13, Q31, N20 (Two blocks north of Northern BLVD).

 Street Parking - Meter Parking on 42nd Ave

  • Meter Parking - 25 cents per 15 minutes - 2-hour limit. (Free Parking on Sundays)
  • Bayside Municipal Parking Field (41st Avenue & 214th Place, Bayside NY 11361)
  • Free Street Parking - One Block Past of Bell Blvd East & West.

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214-29 42nd Avenue

Bayside, New York 11361

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 610606

Bayside, New York 11361

Phone: + 1 (718) 631-3333
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