TECC – FOR EXECUTIVE PROTECTION & SECURITY SPECIALISTS

The TECC for Executive Protection & Security Specialist Course is intended to train individuals at the company level to deliver the TECC for Executive Protection & Security Specialists Course. This includes a full understanding of TECC principles, skills (particularly hemorrhage control), and how to use the components of the Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK). The IFAK is comprised of 2 major components: Tourniquet and Hemostatic agent.

The TECC -EP is designed to teach and reinforce basic skills that would assist Executive Protection & Security personnel in caring for the principal, themselves and others in direct and indirect threat environments. The training offers an overview of Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC), the civilian adaptation of the military Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC).

COST PER STUDENT:     
$350 (MINIMUM 6, MAXIMUM 12)

Weapons and ammunition are included

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This course is intended for High-Risk Executive Protection & Security Specialists.  

STUDENT PREREQUISITES:
This school is PHYSICALLY DEMANDING! Prospective applicants will be expected to lift heavy objects, function in confined spaces, and be required to shoot/move/communicate under stressful conditions.

Each student is expected to be FAMILIAR in safe handling and shooting with a semi-automatic pistol. Individual weapon qualification cards are NOT NEEDED. Students must also be physically capable of quickly assuming standing, kneeling, and prone positions, maintaining them for a period of time, in adverse conditions, and recovering without assistance.

TUITION INCLUDES:
This course includes all training courses, textbooks & reference materials, classroom & field instruction.

Each student will be issued a new Individual First Aid Kit upon course completion.

SUCCESSFUL COURSE COMPLETION:
This is an 8+ contact hour school. Contact hours = Actual instruction time in the classroom and on the range. It does not include travel between lodging and training site, breaks, meals and clean up. 100% attendance is mandatory for successful school completion. The school should be considered a full-time endeavor. It is unreasonable to expect successful completion if engaged in any additional activities during the school term.

STUDENT ATTIRE:
Attendees are encouraged to wear the clothing that best represents the attire required for their jobs. For the field training,please bring clothing in which the student can actively participate in real-world scenarios that will get soiled with dirt and artificial blood.

FOOD & LUNCHES:
Approximately 30 minutes will be given each day to eat lunch in the training facility or on the range. Student refrigerators and microwaves are available for use. Sodas, sports drinks & bottled water are available for purchase.

ADMINISTRATIVE NEEDS:
Interested organizations must complete a Customer Information Sheet (page 5) and submit it via mail or fax. A JTM training specialist will make direct contact to the requesting unit’s selected point of contact.

TUITION:
Students should bring their method of payment with them on the first day of training, unless prepayment of the course had been arranged. Detailed receipts will be provided for all students attending JTM Training Group courses.

PAYMENT OPTIONS:
Visa, MasterCard, Cash and Gov’t Contract

CURRICULUM:
The course focuses on simple actions Executive Protection & Security Specialists can take to reduce preventable causes of death in direct and indirect threat situations.

In skill lanes, the student will properly demonstrate: manual airway management, tourniquet application, wound packing with hemostatic agents, and wound dressing with pressure bandages. Students will practice these basic methods of care on themselves and partners under the direction of an instructor.

Topics Include:

  • TECC Overview
  • Hemorrhage Control: Tourniquet Application
  • Hemorrhage Control: Wound Care and the
  • Use of Hemostatic Gauze

ANTICIPATED SCHEDULE:

  • 0800 – 1700

STUDENT EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS (INDIVIDUAL):

  • Body armor (if part of the duty uniform)
  • Pants with belt loops and belt
  • Tactical pistol holster (Glock 9mm size)
  • Pistol magazine pouches for two double-stack magazines
  • Ballistic ‘wraparound’ eye protection (clear)
  • High quality flashlight with rear button on/off
  • Notepad/Pen
  • Water bottle

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