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  1. Tactical Emergency Casualty Care - General Public

    Prepare anyone anywhere to save a life. Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) uses the lessons learned by the military and evidence-based medication to create guidelines for citizens, first responders, firefighters, law enforcement, EMS, and other health care professional to use in the non-military setting. Citizen First Care Provider training is designed for the public who find themselves at the scene of a traumatic emergency and are unable to leave until help arrives. Participants receive individual skill training on the proper use of tourniquets, hemostatic agents/gauze, pressure dressing, and chest seals as well as how to interact with First Responders, Law Enforcement, and EMS when they arrive on the scene. Student’s knowledge and skills are then reinforced using scenario-based simulation where they use their training to save the injured who might die while waiting for the typical 9-1-1 response. This training is ideal for the general public. Skills learned in this training apply not only to intentional injuries, but also to those around the home, at work, and in the community.

  2. PREDeployment Assessment & Treatment Operational Readiness (PREDATOR)

    One of NAR Training's most leading-edge programs, the PREDeployment Assessment & Treatment Operational Readiness (PREDATOR) course fills a gap for standard combat medic training and education. This workshop focuses on providing retainable and sustainable skills to students in the operational environment leading to improved medical knowledge and skills for combat medical personnel. Training focuses on proven equipment and techniques currently accepted by Special Warfare Medical Group medical standards for Prolonged Field Care and Point Of Injury patient care. This course is offered at any NAR Training Center, or can be brought directly to the customer’s facility.

  3. Tactical Emergency Casualty Care - Emergency Responders

    Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) uses the lessons learned by the military and evidence-based medication to create guidelines for citizens, first responders, firefighters, law enforcement, EMS, and other health care professional to use in the non-military setting. First Responders with a Duty to Act training includes a review of tactics on how to respond to Active Shooter, CBRNE, and Terrorism events as well as traditional traumatic injuries. Participants receive individual skill training on the proper use of tourniquets, hemostatic agents/gauze, pressure dressing, and chest seals as well as how to interact with other First Responders and Law Enforcement Officers as well as Citizen First Care Providers and EMS. The student’s knowledge and skills are then reinforced using scenario-based simulation where they use their training to save the injured who might die while waiting for the typical 9-1-1 response. This training is ideal for law enforcement officers, firefighters, and other public safety personnel who do not have medical training. Skills learned in this training apply not only to intentional injuries, but also to those around the home, at work, and in the community.

  4. Initial EMT Certification

    NAR Training’s Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Initial Education Course adheres to the US Department of Transportation’s National Emergency Medical Service Education Standards. The EMT training program is approximately 195.5 hours in length and held at one of our Training Centers. Graduates of this program will be able to describe the essential elements for response to the scene of a medical emergency; perform a thorough patient assessment for signs and symptoms of illness/injury; provide prompt and efficient basic emergency care to the sick and injured. Students will also learn how to handle safely and prepare the patient for transportation and describe the essential elements of safe and orderly transportation of the patient to the hospital and transfer of the patient to a higher level of care.

  5. Tactical Combat Casualty Care for All Combatants

    TCCC guidelines were originally constructed to be implemented by US Special Operations Medics. Over the last 20 years, a constant flow of TCCC knowledge, techniques, equipment and procedures have been embraced by almost all levels of the military. NAR Training instructor cadre has been a trusted provider in combat medical training since 1998 and is proud to offer a high-quality Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) certification course built specifically for non-medical military personnel who are deploying to combat zones. This offering is unique due to the varied training facilities, use of reality-based training events, vast amounts of high-quality training equipment, advanced medical skill stations, and uniquely qualified instructor staff. This specific course also adds two additional hands-on, realistic field scenarios with role players & special effects/moulage.

  6. EMT NCCP National Component Refresher - In House

    The 2016 NREMT National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) model streamlines the recertification process for Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) into three components of continuing education: National (20 hrs.), Local (10 hrs.), and Individual (10 hrs.). Geared toward topics that EMS street providers may face, NAR Training’s In-House 20-hour EMT NCCP National Refresher combines classroom presentation and scenario-based case studies to review and discuss the NCCP National topics. Facilitated by subject matter experts, this refresher focuses on assessment and new evidence-based treatment guidelines in various high-fidelity skill stations and patient assessment environments. This training is CAPCE accredited and meets or exceeds the NREMT’s requirements for Continuing Education. A mobile version of this course specially designed to for our US Military and Federal employees working on installations the world over is available for delivery on Federal Installations. Please contact NAR for more information.

  7. Enhanced Tactical Combat Casualty Care for All Combatants

    TCCC guidelines were originally constructed to be implemented by US Special Operations Medics. Over the last 20 years, a constant flow of TCCC knowledge, techniques, equipment and procedures have been embraced by almost all levels of the military. NAR Training’s instructor cadre has been a trusted provider in combat medical training since 1998 and is proud to offer a high-quality Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) certification course built specifically for non-medical military personnel who are deploying to combat zones. This offering is unique due to the varied training facilities, use of reality-based training events, vast amounts of high-quality training equipment, advanced medical skill stations, and uniquely qualified instructor staff.

  8. EMT Traditional Model Refresher - In House

    The NREMT’s EMT Recertification by Traditional Model requires 72 hours of continuing education (CE) broken into two component: a 24 hour Traditional Refresher Course and 48 hours of Additional EMS-Related Continuing Education. NAR Training’s In-House 24 hour NREMT EMT Traditional Refresher Course combines classroom presentation and scenario-based case studies to review and discuss EMS topics. Facilitated by subject matter experts, this refresher focuses on assessment and new evidence-based treatment guidelines in various high-fidelity skill stations and patient assessment environments. This training is CAPCE accredited and meets or exceeds the NREMT’s requirements for EMT recertification.

  9. Prehospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) - Online Hybrid Part 2

    The Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Provider Course is an educational program developed by NAEMT in cooperation with the American College of Surgeons’ Committee on Trauma for EMTs, AEMTs, paramedics, nurses, physician assistants, and physician. NAR Training’s In-House PHTLS Provider Course combines classroom presentation and scenario-based case studies to teach and reinforces the critical think skills necessary to increase the survival of critically injured trauma patients. This training is CAPCE accredited and meet or exceed the NREMT’s requirements for Continuing Education.

  10. Advanced EMT (AEMT) Initial Certification

    NAR Training’s Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) Initial Education Course adheres to the US Department of Transportation’s National Emergency Medical Service Education Standards. The AEMT training program is approximately 240 hours in length and held at one of our US-based Training Centers. Graduates of this program will be able to describe the essential elements for response to the scene of a medical emergency; perform a thorough patient assessment for signs and symptoms of illness/injury; provide prompt and efficient basic and advanced emergency care to the sick and injured. Students will also learn how to transfer the patient to a higher level of care. A mobile version of this course specially designed to for our US Military and Federal employees working on installations the world over is available. Please contact NAR Training for more information on this option.

  11. Prehospital Trauma Life Support

    The Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) for First Responders Provider Course is an educational program developed by NAEMT in cooperation with the American College of Surgeons’ Committee on Trauma for Emergency Medical Responders, Firefighter, Rescue Personal and Law Enforcement Officers. NAR Training’s In-House PHTLS for First Responders Provider Course combines classroom presentation and scenario-based case studies to teach and reinforces the critical think skills necessary to increase the survival of critically injured trauma patients. This training is CAPCE accredited and meet or exceed the NREMT’s requirements for Continuing Education.

  12. AEMT NCCP National Component Refresher - In House

    The 2016 NREMT National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) model streamlines the recertification process for Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians (AEMTs) into three components of continuing education: National (25 hrs.), Local (12.5 hrs.), and Individual (12.5 hrs.). Geared toward topics that EMS street providers may face, NAR Training’s In-House 25-hour AEMT NCCP National Refresher combines classroom presentation and scenario-based case studies to review and discuss the NCCP National topics. Facilitated by subject matter experts, this refresher focuses on assessment and new evidence-based treatment guidelines in various high-fidelity skill stations and patient assessment environments. This training is CAPCE accredited and meets or exceeds the NREMT’s requirements for Continuing Education. A mobile version of this course specially designed to for our US Military and Federal employees working on installations the world over is available for delivery on Federal Installations. Please contact NAR Training for more information.

  13. Bleeding Control (BCON)

    The Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) for First Responders Provider Course is an educational program developed by NAEMT in cooperation with the American College of Surgeons’ Committee on Trauma for Emergency Medical Responders, Firefighter, Rescue Personal and Law Enforcement Officers. NAR Training’s In-House PHTLS for First Responders Provider Course combines classroom presentation and scenario-based case studies to teach and reinforces the critical think skills necessary to increase the survival of critically injured trauma patients. Participants in this course will receive a Mini First Aid Kit (M-FAK) with this training. This training is CAPCE accredited and meet or exceed the NREMT’s requirements for Continuing Education.

  14. Advanced EMT (AEMT) Recertification by Traditional Model - In-House 36 Hour Refresher

    The NREMT’s AEMT recertification by Traditional Model requires 72 hours of continuing education (CE) broken into two components, a 36 hour Traditional Refresher Course and 36 hours of Additional EMS-Related Continuing Education. NAR Training’s In-House 36 hour NREMT AEMT Traditional Refresher Course combines classroom presentation and scenario-based case studies to review and discuss EMS topics. Facilitated by subject matter experts, this refresher focuses on assessment and new evidence-based treatment guidelines in various high-fidelity skill stations and patient assessment environments. This training is CAPCE accredited and meets or exceeds the NREMT’s requirements for AEMT recertification. A mobile version of this course specially designed to for our US Military and Federal employees working on installations the world over is available for delivery on Federal Installations. Please contact NAR Training for more information.

  15. National Registry Paramedic NCCP National Component Refresher - In House

    The 2016 NREMT National Continued Competency Program (NCCP) model streamlines the recertification process for Paramedic into three components of continuing education: National (30 hrs.), Local (15 hrs.), and Individual (15 hrs.). Geared toward topics that EMS street providers may face, NAR Training’s In-House 30-hour Paramedic NCCP National Refresher combines classroom presentation and scenario-based case studies to review and discuss the NCCP National topics. Facilitated by subject matter experts, this refresher focuses on assessment and new evidence-based treatment guidelines in various high-fidelity skill stations and patient assessment environments. This training is CAPCE accredited and meets or exceeds the NREMT’s requirements for Continuing Education. A mobile version of this course specially designed to for our US Military and Federal employees working on installations the world over is available for delivery on Federal Installations. Please contact NAR Training for more information.

  16. Special Operations Forces Medical Refresher (SOF MED)

    The “SOF MED” is the flagship training program offered by NAR Training. This ever-evolving curriculum begins with science-based education in the classroom taught by subject matter expert physicians, nurses and medics. TCCC Guidelines are reviewed & updated, covering updated treatment guidelines and new equipment options. The course focuses on identifying and diagnosing treatment options in various high-fidelity skills stations and patient assessment environments. The course then transitions into multiple, more complex and detailed scenarios with an emphasis on multiple hands-on scenarios designed to challenge students in varied realistic environments.

  17. National Registry Paramedic Traditional Model Refresher - In House

    The NREMT’s Paramedic recertification by Traditional Model requires 72 hours of continuing education (CE) broken into two components, a 48 hour Traditional Refresher Course and 24 hours of Additional EMS-Related Continuing Education. NAR Training’s In-House 48 hour NREMT Paramedic Traditional Refresher Course combines classroom presentation and scenario-based case studies to review and discuss EMS topics. Facilitated by subject matter experts, this refresher focuses on assessment and new evidence-based treatment guidelines in various high-fidelity skill stations and patient assessment environments. This training is CAPCE accredited and meets or exceeds the NREMT’s requirements for AEMT recertification. A mobile version of this course specially designed to for our US Military and Federal employees working on installations the world over is available for delivery on Federal Installations. Please contact NAR Training for more information.

  18. NREMT EMT Test Preparation Workshop

    The NREMT EMT cognitive exam is based on the National EMS Educational Standards, AHA Guidelines for CPR and ECC, CDC Guidelines for Field Triage of Injured Patients and the NREMT Practice Analysis. Participants of NAR Training's National Registry EMT Test Prep Workshop will review and discuss the knowledge, skills, and abilities contained in these documents compared to their local and state scope of practice. NAR Training’s subject-matter experts help bridge the gap between local and national standards to better prepare participants for the NREMT computer-based exam.

  19. Raptor

    The RAPTOR is a comprehensive prehospital medicine training & assessment program which utilizes the highest quality instructors, facilities and logistics focused on challenging seasoned combat medical providers. This two-week course begins on the range with unmatched advanced weapons handling taught by industry-best instructors who hail from Tier-1 military units. The course then focuses on challenging the individual medic with complex scenarios using high-fidelity skills stations and patient assessment environments. Individual skillset and team integrity are pushed to the limit, revealing shortfalls in gear, techniques, and procedures. Wet Patient scenarios, using actual human cadavers, are implemented with unmatched realism. Wet labs are backed up with professional amputee actors and special effects that push the learners into a mindset rarely seen in training. Rotary wing CASEVAC and TOMManikin simulators are imbedded into this course for added realism and stress inocculation. The curriculum then progresses into an extended field care program with special emphasis on multiple hands-on scenarios in various challenging and realistic environments.

  20. National Registry Advanced Psychomotor Skills Exam - Full Exam

    The National Registry Advanced Level Psychomotor Examination is formal verification of psychomotor competency for AEMT and Paramedic candidates before national EMS certification. NAR Training hosts this examination that is administered by a National Registry of EMT’s Exam Representative. Once candidates have their Psychomotor Approval to Test (PATT) letter, they need to contact the NAR Training Reservation Coordinator to schedule their exam.

  21. Emergency Ground Tactics (E.G.T.)  & TCCC Course

    One of NAR Training’s most popular courses, the Emergency Ground Tactics (EGT) & Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) Provider Course is a challenging combat medical curriculum which begins with classroom education taught by subject matter specialists in both combat casualty care and military ground operations. Next, the course focuses on TCCC skills infused with field maneuver to improve hands-on proficiency. Throughout the week, various drills, high-fidelity skills stations and patient assessment environments bring participants a new level of understanding to both dangerous situations and combat medicine. Small team focus is then infused into the course with medical emergencies allowing for a memorable training experience like no other. The EGT & TCCC course culminates with mission-specific hands-on scenarios in various force-on-force environments.

  22. National Registry Advanced Psychomotor Skills Exam - One Station

    The National Registry Advanced Level Psychomotor Examination is formal verification of psychomotor competency for AEMT and Paramedic candidates before national EMS certification. NAR Training hosts this examination that is administered by a National Registry of EMT’s Exam Representative. Once candidates have their Psychomotor Approval to Test (PATT) letter, they need to contact the NAR Training Reservation Coordinator to schedule their exam.

  23. US Federal Agent Medical Refresher & Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (FED MED)

    The US Federal Agent Medical Refresher & Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (FED MED)Course is a unique training program which is custom-built for our nations’ law enforcement officers who also have the formal training and certifications to save lives. This course combines an up-to-date TECC for Medical Providers class with a Full 30-hour NREMT EMT NCCP Refresher. The uniquely built curriculum begins with a sound education in the classroom taught by subject matter experts, physicians, critical care nurses; as well as civilian, SWAT and combat medics. The course then focuses on identifying and diagnosing treatment options in various high-fidelity skills stations and patient assessment environments. Tactical Emergency Casualty Care and NCCP topics are continually infused, covering all treatment guidelines and new equipment options. The course then finishes with numerous scenarios using medical patients & role players in challenging environments. Using a hybrid class, learners will also complete BLS CPR certification.

  24. Tactical Emergency Casualty Care - Medical Providers

    Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) uses the lessons learned by the military and evidence-based medication to create guidelines for citizens, first responders, firefighters, law enforcement, EMS, and other health care professional to use in the non-military setting. TECC for Medical Providers training includes a review of tactics on how to respond to Active Shooter, CBRNE, and Terrorism events as well as traditional traumatic injuries. Participants receive individual skill training on the proper use of tourniquets, hemostatic agents/gauze, pressure dressing, and chest seals as well as how to interact with Civilian First Care Providers/First Responders/Law Enforcement on the scene. Student’s knowledge and skills are then reinforced using scenario-based simulation where they use their training to save the injured who might die while waiting for the typical 9-1-1 response. This training is ideal for EMTs, AEMTs, and paramedics. Skills learned in this training apply not only to intentional injuries, but also to those around the home, at work, and in the community.

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