Bleeding Control (B-Con) Courses

Today we live in a world where terrorism, the actions of unstable people, and the dangerous impulses of friends and relatives are very real and becoming increasingly more frequent.

Massive bleeding from any cause, but particularly from an active shooter or explosive event where a response is delayed can result in death. Similar to how the general public learns and performs CPR, the public must learn proper bleeding control techniques, including how to use their hands, dressings, and tourniquets. Victims can quickly die from uncontrolled bleeding, within five to 10 minutes.

However, anyone at the scene can act as immediate responder and save lives if they know what to do.

The B-Con course is an initiative of the American College of Surgeons and will help prepare you in the event you are witness to one of these unspeakable events.

Tactical Medicine Courses (TCCC, TECC)

Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) is created by the U.S. Department of Defense Committee on TCCC (Co-TCCC) to teach evidence-based, life-saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care on the battlefield. TECC and other variations on this curriculum apply these lessons and techniques to the daily practice of law enforcement, EMS, and other healthcare workers in the civilian tactical arena.  These courses are presented through NAEMT as specified by the Co-TCCC’s guidelines and curriculum.

Our team includes instructors who actively serve and teach in our military and law enforcement.  Through lecture, practical sessions, and live action simulations, participants learn techniques including:

  • Hemorrhage control;
  • Surgical airway control and needle decompression;
  • Strategies for treating wounded responders in threatening and/or active tactical environments, and more!