- TRAINING DIVISION
- IBSC TACTICAL PARAMEDIC (TP-C) & TACTICAL RESPONDER (TR-C) REFRESHER COUSRSE
IBSC TACTICAL PARAMEDIC (TP-C) & TACTICAL RESPONDER (TR-C) REFRESHER COUSRSE
IBSC TACTICAL PARAMEDIC (TP-C) & TACTICAL RESPONDER (TR-C) REFRESHER
911 Tactical Medicine has the latest in TP-C & TR-C Refresher Training. Upon completion of the course you will receive a new Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) certification good for four years, and have obtained all the hours needed to recertify your IBSC Tactical Paramedic Certification and Tactical Responder Certification by the BBTPC / IBSC over 8 days.
This course is both a knowledge based course and hands on course that is demanding and exceeds the standards needed to recertify your TP-C & TR-C Certs. www.ibscertifications.org/roles/tactical-paramedic .
COURSE CONTENT INCLUDES:
• Integration of TEMS into tactical operations
• Team organization and structure
• Elements of common SWAT missions
• Structure clearing – Stealth and Dynamic
• Chemical agents and Less-lethal options
• Medical considerations of less-lethal munitions
• Medical Operations Pre-plan
• Use of cover and concealment during medical treatment
• Medical considerations for team wellness
• Tactical Airway, Wound ballistics, and hemorrhage control
• Officer-Down medical treatment and rescue techniques
• Basic firearms skills and familiarization of tactical weapons systems
• Medical treatment in adverse conditions (low-light and gas mask)
Students should be prepared to complete the Cooper “Single Cut-Point” standard PT Test.
DURATION: 7 DAYS / 72 HOURS
EMT BASIC Certification and above. This course will utilize live fire and force on force drills, students must be in good physical condition. Students should show up for class in PT gear -bring clothes to change after. The PT test is the Cooper “Single Cut-Point” standard: 1.5 mile run in 16:28, 300 meter run in 1:11, 25 push-ups in 1 Minute, 29 sit-ups in 1 minute.
Required Equipment List:
PT Gear – (Running Shoes, Shorts, T-shirt), BDU or other similar tactical uniform, Tactical boots, PT clothing and running shoes, Body armor, Duty belt with Holster, Load bearing vest or web gear, Water Bottle or similar device, Eye protection, Ear protection, Gas mask, Gloves, Helmet, snacks, weather appropriate gear, note taking materials. Issued Trauma bag and/or IFAK (optional) - (We have limited sets of individual gear for use if there is something you do not have, contact us.)
Weapons and Ammunition:
• Certified Peace Officer’s - M4 or Duty issued rifle with 500 rounds and a sling, Duty issued handgun with 300 rounds and 3 magazines. Simmunitions / UTM weapon with 100 rounds and protective gear
• Firefighters / Medical Personnel – Weapons may be rented, bring 500 rounds of 5.56 ammunition and 300 rounds of 9mm ammunition – NO RELOADS. Simmunitions / UTM and protective gear will be provided.
IF YOU STILL NEED TO TAKE YOUR IBSC EXAMS SEE BELOW
Areas covered will be are found in the BBCCTPC-TP-C Candidate Handbook below:
BBCCTPC-TP-C Candidate Handbook
The TP-C Examination The Certified Tactical Paramedic (TP-C) Examination consists of 100 questions and the candidate is provided 2 hours to complete the examination. The certification process is focused on the knowledge level of accomplished, tactical paramedics in hostile an austere environments. The questions on the examination are based in sound paramedicine and tactical principles. The candidate is expected to maintain a significant knowledge of current ACLS, ITLS/PHTLS , TCCC and TECC standards.
Break down of TP-C Exam:
TP-C Exam Requirements and Study Recommendations Eligibility Requirements
- NRP or state equivalent
Study Recommendations The exam is based on the 17 critical domains of the National TEMS Initiative and Council (NTIC). The following textbooks are recommended:
- Paramedic Practice Today-Above and Beyond, (Vol 2) by Barbara Aehlert. Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning (2011).
- PHTLS, Military Edition (7th Edition) by NAEMT and American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma. Published by Elsevier Health Sciences (2010).
- Law Enforcement Responder; Principles of Emergency Medicine, Rescue and Force Protection, by Randy G. Stair, Dwight A. Polk, Geoff Shapiro and Nelson Tang Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning (2012).
- Tactical Emergency Medicine, by Richard B. Schwartz, John G McManus McManus, and Raymond E. Swienton. Published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2007).
- Tactical Medicine Essentials by American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), E. John Wipfler III, John E. Campbell and Lawrence E. Heiskell. Published by Jones & Bartlett Learning (2010).
The focus population for this exam includes military special operations paramedics and experienced law enforcement paramedics with extensive tactical experience.
- TCCC Courses - Check with NAEMT or Contact us
- S.T.O.R.M. - Specialized Tactics for Operational Rescue and Medicine, Tactical Manual
- USSOCOM TMEPs
- The Ranger Handbook, Ranger Training Brigade, US Army Infantry School, Ft. Benning, GA
- DOD OPSEC Program Manual
- Tactical Paramedic Certification & Practical Application by Kyle Faudree