What Does the TAC Training Class Teach?

Tactical First Aid (TFA)™ is a method and set of techniques that offers individuals in high-risk, emergency situations a way to provide basic care for life-threatening injuries to both themselves and others when no trained medical help is immediately available. TFA courses combine lecture with hands-on training and are supplemented by the Tactical First Aid (TFA)™ book. A Tactical First Aid (TFA)™ Kit is sold separately.

The Training is Based on Military Tactical Combat Casualty Care

(TC3) and Covers the Following Concepts:

It can happen in a moment: A random shooting in a movie theater, an accident while practicing at a shooting range, a penetrating injury while working on a job site. The fact is many (too many) individuals will suddenly find themselves in a life-threatening or “hot” situation. When you or somebody else has been severely injured and skilled medical help is minutes or hours away, knowing how to recognize and stabilize traumatic injuries can buy much needed time in those first critical minutes when action counts most. TFAs training in rapid assessment and intervention methods for tourniquet, bandage, and seal placement can bring a feeling of confidence and competence that is empowering and reassuring to anyone.  It is our hope that the tools and techniques in this course will become the standard for pre-first response in a dangerous and rapidly evolving world.


Why You Should Take This Class?


• Treating Abdominal Injury and Using  

   Clotting (Hemostatic) Agents

5

• Recognizing and Treating Chest Injury 

5

• Airway Compromise Assessment

   and Interventions


• Triage/Documentation/Further Treatment 

5

• Selecting and Stocking a TFA Kit 

5

• Thoughts Regarding Armed Self Defense


Who Needs to Take This Class?

• What is Tactical First Aid? 
5

• History of TC3 & Safety around Firearms 

5

• Working under Stress & Wound Profiles 

5

• Bloodborne Pathogens and the Realistic 

   Use of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)

5

• Initial Assessment & Prioritizing Treatment 

5

• Treating Extremity Injury and Bleeding 

   Using Compression and Tourniquets

5

• Law Enforcement Academies & Groups

   (Bomb/Arson, Police, etc.) 

• Security Service Personnel

• Schools and Universities (Administrators,  

   School Nurse or Medical Providers, School  

   Resource Officers and Teachers) 

• Hunting and Fishing Enthusiasts

• Rangemasters 

• Farmers and Homesteaders

• Hazardous Workplace Environment

• Corporate Groups

• Institutions

• All safety-minded individuals who might 

   find themselves exposed to moderate to 

   high risk situations