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Mon, May 08

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Kalamazoo

Critical Incident Casualty Management™ - Tactical Operator

THIS COURSE IS FULL - FULL TEAM CONTRACTED PROGRAM. Intense CICM™ with extensive handgun/carbine live fire integration, rescue techniques, moving vehicle assault/rescue operations and force on force scenarios.

Critical Incident Casualty Management™ - Tactical Operator
Critical Incident Casualty Management™ - Tactical Operator

Time & Location

May 08, 2023, 7:00 AM – May 09, 2023, 5:00 PM

Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, MI, USA

About the event

COURSE IS CLOSED, PRIVATE TEAM CONTRACT. Contact Ben to conduct this dynamic training for your team!

(Conducted by STORM Training & Consulting LLC and JagerWerks Engineering, LLC). This is an intense, two day/16+ hour program that will provide the Law Enforcement Tactical Operator with officer safety and survival tactics as outlined in the CICM™ program (TECC, situational awareness, basics of; armed suspect recognition, identifying signs of danger, attacks, and ambush along with health and wellness of the officer). This program will consist of classroom education with associated skills training and validation that will progress to drills and scenarios in simulated hostile/austere environments. Portions of the training will be physically intense and may integrate other law enforcement skills such as defensive tactics/combatives, firearms training/injured shooter and stress inoculation.

The training will begin in the classroom with an intense audio-visual presentation that will progress into drills/scenarios designed to prepare the tactical operator to save lives from the point of injury to transfer of care to a higher-level medical provider, to include casualty extraction techniques. This is a high intensity, reality-based program that will utilize a combination of drills and scenarios to provide one of the most realistic training programs available for the non-permissive environment. Realistic training equipment will be utilized that will include casualty mannikins and bleeding control task trainers. Force on force scenarios with rescues utilizing vehicle extractions will provide training to prepare for real world events.

The live fire portion of this program is designed to further develop speed and accuracy of the operators as well and shooting under stressful conditions to include basic injured shooter techniques.

This program is MCOLES approved.

ADDITIONAL STUDENT EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS:

·  Fatigues, uniform that will be exposed to simulated blood, dirt, etc.

·  Full tactical kit with gas masks.

·  Team vehicle that capable of providing casualty extraction.

·  Force on force conversion kits, ammunition, and safety gear (full face, neck, and groin required).

·  Carbine and handgun

·  500 rounds of carbine ammunition per student.

·  500 rounds of handgun ammunition per student.

· Smoke grenades, NFDD’s and CS canisters.

·  Weapon platform for the course you are attending (handgun / carbine)

·  Sling for carbines

·  Minimum of four magazines per weapon platform

·  Weapon mounted lights with spare extra batteries

·  Handheld light with spare batteries (spare light recommended)

·  Duty / Tactical belt with holster and a minimum of two magazine pouches

·  Bullet resistant vest / plate carrier / tactical entry vest

·  Concealable inside/outside waistband handgun and magazine holster with hold open feature (Kydex preferred) for plain clothes courses

·  Sturdy pants belt

·  Cover garment you would typically wear in plan clothes (multiple options recommended) for plain clothes courses

·  Clear & tinted ballistic wrap around eye protection

·  Quality hearing protection – electronic preferred

·  Tourniquet / I-FAK

·  Ball cap

·  Tactical / athletic clothing and footwear

·  Weapon lubrication / cleaning supplies

·  Sunscreen / bug repellent / clothing suited for the environment

·  Note-taking materials

·  Water / Snacks / Lunch

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