TACTICAL MEDICINE SCENARIOS
Saturday, Sept 26 4:00p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
INVICTUS TRAINING CENTER
921 S. Hwy 160 #404 Pahrump
The tac-med scenarios course will be almost entirely hands on with very
little lecture time.
This course will drill the basic skills necessary to manage life-threatening
trauma in a tactical environment.
Students will work through increasingly complex simulations involving single
and multiple trauma patients.
In addition to Basic Life Support (BLS) skills, the training will emphasize self
care and care under fire.
Students will learn to solve trauma problems with both standard medical equipment
and available improvised materials.
Scenarios will challenge and enhance the student’s ability to:
•Recognize and manage scene security issues •Perform a rapid patient assessment
• Prioritize treatment
•Control life-threatening bleeding •Deal with penetrating chest injuries •Manage airway problems •Communicate and delegate tasks in a team environment •Perform quick and efficient triage in a multi-victim situation
Students should wear comfortable clothing and shoes suitable for moderate physical
activity. Blood simulants used in training scenarios may stain clothing.
Call our office (702)524-2195 to register
OR fill out form below.
This is not an entry level class.
Successful participants should
at minimum have relatively
recent (within last three years)
civilian or military First Aid
Wilderness first aid, NAEMT or
NSC First Responder, EMT or
equivalent, or completion of an
Invictus tactical medicine
course are recommended.