EMT - Tactical

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TEMS - El Reno, Oklahoma

May 19 - 23, 2014   EMT-TACTICAL

May 19 - 23, 2014

Redlands Community College
EMT Program

1300 S Country Club Rd

El Reno, OK 73036-5304

COST: $950

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HOST AGENCY:  Redlands Community College -  El Reno, Oklahoma

REGISTRATION: Redlands Community College

Until the online registration is completed please use this REGISTRATION form. click here

Put Tactical Medicine on the line that asks for course to keep us from getting registrations confused with other CE courses we are offering. They can email, mail, or fax the forms back to me at the data listed below.

Thanks again for all your help and patience.

Mary Pugh
EMT Program Director
Redlands Community College

1300 S Country Club Rd
El Reno, OK 73036

Phone: (405) 422-6240
Fax: (405) 422-1215

Email: Mary.Pugh@redlandscc.edu

Local POC:

Mary Pugh

EMT Program Coordinator

(405) 422-6240 Office

(405) 422-1215 Fax


Tactical Combat Casualty Care

The Emergency Medical Technician - Tactical (EMT-T) combined with Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC-3)Trauma Skills Sustainment is a unique educational experience that cannot be obtained without actually doing the procedures on individuals who have sustained traumatic life-threatening injuries posed by these threats. The purpose of this course is to provide prehospital emergency care first students (traditional and non-traditional) with a solid foundation in the philosophy and skills associated with tactical combat casualty care as they pertain to both military and civilian tactical environments.

This course addresses both Basic and Advanced Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC-3) and Tactical EMS (TEMS) Trauma Skills outlined by the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC) guidelines, USSOCOM memorandum: Combat Trauma Training in Special Operations Forces.

Unlike conventional EMS where the chief complaint is the result of blunt force trauma, the majority of the combat and civilian tactical related injuries are the result of penetrating trauma, and "90% of combat deaths occur on the battlefield before the casualty reaches amedical treatment facility (MTF)."

The skills sets needed on the battlefield are governed by the tactical environment, limited medical equipment, and unknown evacuation times which is not the primary case in current civilian based prehospital emergency care. The primary concept that is crucial to decreasing preventable combat or tactical related deaths is "the correct intervention must be performed at the correct time," and student must have a solid foundation in prehospital emergency care.

Students who attend this class are not entry-level medics or operators. The intent of our program is to force students already proficient at performing lifesaving procedures to conduct these procedures quicker and to a higher standard under simulated tactical scenarios which are more stressful, more challenging, and more austere than is available with conventional civilian prehospital emergency care training or experience. This course reinforces trauma skills that will allow them to perform with greater accuracy, skill, and confidence if faced with treating patients in a gambit of austere environments.


Redlands Community College
Bill S. Cole Nursing Building
1300 S. Country Club Rd.
El Reno, Oklahoma

June 3-7, 2013

COST: $950.00

May 29, 2013

May 29, 2013

RCC EMT Program Coordinator
FAX (405)422-1227


Location: El Reno, OK

Redlands Community College
1300 S. Country Club Road | El Reno, Oklahoma 73036-5304

MAP: El Reno, OK

Prerequisites: Medical training to at least the EMT-Basic level; Working for a Public Safety Agency.

Tuition: $950

Deadline for Registration: Until Full (36) 

Campus Tour


Redlands Community College is located in El Reno, OK. El Reno is located just west of Oklahoma City. El Reno is rich in cultural history. El Reno is home to Historic Fort Reno, Canadian Country County Museum and the Heritage Express Rail Trolley. RCC is less than a mile from Crimson Creek Golf Course and Lake El Reno, a 300 acre lake that can be used recreationally for water skiing, jet skiing, swimming, boating and fishing.