No gear is required. If you have gloves or knee or elbow pads, they would be helpful.
Curriculum designed to meet the unpredictable rescue environments that today’s public safety personnel may face. EMSTG and Element Rescue are redefining traditional response to nonlinear / complex events. From casuaty rescue, to high risk active shooter events. This course focuses on safe team movement, access, treatment, and evacuation of casualties in dynamic non-traditional responses.
Sean currently works as the Director of Disruptive Rescue & Austere Medicine with
Element Rescue. Mr. McKay served as a firefighter/paramedic and SWAT Rescue-Medic Team Leader on the West Coast of Florida. Sean specializes in curriculum development for both USSOCOM & civilian special operations teams working within complex adaptive systems. Sean has also developed curriculum for NTOA, CATO, and sits on the Executive Board of the C-TECC. Sean was also one of the primary authors for the official AAR for the San Bernardino IRC shooting.
Ryan is the Program Manager of Assault Medicine & Casualty Management with Element Rescue. Ryan is a retired US Army special operations team leader with 18 years of experience. He specialized in contingency planning for rapid deployments in response to global incidents, and management of emergent phenomena in volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous, and high threat environments. He is currently an instructor of tactical medicine and full spectrum casualty management at SOCOM units.
Practical Rescue Task Force Course
- First Aid/AED/CPR training, or
- A trauma care course completion.
- This class MAY be physically demanding. You should be able to lift some weight, not injured, and able to perform short bursts of strenuous activity.
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Basics of care utilizing TECC guidelines
Movement in a tactical environment
Casualty collection point operations
This course is eligible for up to 16 hours of NYS EMS credit and is accepted by the NREMT