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ADVANCING THE KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS OF PROFESSIONAL FIREARMS INSTRUCTORS

"If you work at a range or conduct training you should take this course. You never know what can happen. Be prepared. This course will give you a good base of knowledge to respond to an incident on your range or line. You need medical training and equipment!" - B. Fiorito, PA

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Live-Fire Training Casualty Care

$175

Although firearms instructors do everything they can to ensure safe firearms training, sometimes accidents and circumstances beyond the instructor's control occur and someone gets seriously hurt. It would be unfortunate if loss of life occurred when it may have been preventable through the use of simple medical training and equipment.

This 1-day / 8-hour course is based on the National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians (NAEMT) Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) course and the U.S. military's Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) course, but modified specifically for firearms instructors to address specific issues associated with gunshot wounds and other serious injuries sustained during live-fire training on a range or in a shoot house.  This course is taught by instructors who are both LE firearms instructors and certified EMTs / Paramedics. Portions of this course are conducted under live-fire conditions.

Topics include:

  • Safety briefing on protocols for trauma emergencies
  • Use of a tourniquet
  • Use of hemostatic agents
  • Wound packing and dressing
  • Use of chest seals
  • Treating eye injuries
  • Identifying and treating the onset of shock
  • Communication and coordination with EMS
  • Treat in place vs. self-transport
  • Transitioning from medical scene to investigative scene

Student Required Equipment:

  • Trauma kit (if you have one, not required)
  • Pistol, magazines, and duty or belt holster
  • 50 rounds of pistol ammo
  • Rifle with tactical sling and 1 magazine (optional)
  • 50 rounds of rifle ammo (optional)
  • Hat with a brim
  • Eye & ear protection
  • Hydration fluids and snacks

Hosting Requirements:

  • Classroom with a projector and white screen
  • 25-yard range
  • Basic range equipment / training aids
Organizations hosting this course will receive a minimum of two (2) FREE spots in the course.  Organizations interested in hosting a course should contact us at training@nlefia.org 

    Phone: 800-930-2953

    Email: office@nlefia.org

    NLEFIA

    6635 W. Happy Valley Road

    Suite A104-108

    Glendale, AZ 85310

    Hours of Operation: (AZ time)

    Monday - Friday | 9am - 3pm

    Closed: Weekends & Holidays


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