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INTRODUCTION TO TRAUMATIC INJURY CARE (I-TIC)

Basic

Duration: 4-5 Hours

$60.00

Fee

Date Location Class Size Class Time Instructor Available Spaces
Register Now October 1 Thursday
Uniontown, OH
4 - 15 Students 5:30 pm- 9/ 9:30 pm Rich Hart 15 Spaces Left
Register Now October 16 Friday
Uniontown, OH
4 - 15 Students 5:30 pm- 9/ 9:30 pm Rich Hart 15 Spaces Left
Register Now November 17 Tuesday
Uniontown, OH
4 - 15 Students 5:30 pm- 9/ 9:30 pm Rich Hart 15 Spaces Left
Register Now December 18 Friday
Uniontown, OH
4 - 15 Students 5:30 pm- 9/ 9:30 pm Rich Hart 15 Spaces Left
Register Now December 30 Wednesday
Uniontown, OH
4 - 15 Students 5:30 pm- 9/ 9:30 pm Rich Hart 15 Spaces Left
Register Now January 12 Tuesday
Uniontown, OH
4 - 15 Students 5:30 pm- 9/ 9:30 pm Rich Hart 15 Spaces Left
Register Now January 27 Wednesday
Uniontown, OH
4 - 15 Students 5:30 pm- 9/ 9:30 pm Rich Hart 15 Spaces Left
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Description

Every year preventable deaths occur due to lack of basic life-saving skills and equipment. Introduction to Traumatic Injury Care (I-TIC) is a four hour class that will introduce class participants to bleeding control, treating gunshot wounds, cutting wounds, and other life threatening injuries. This class will teach the skills necessary to stabilize trauma victims until advanced medical care is accessible. Students will learn what an IFAK (Individual First Aid Kit) is and how its contents are utilized to save lives when seconds count. Please bring note taking material. Medical supplies will be available for purchase at reduced prices.

Please bring note taking material.
I-TIC classes run from 6:00 pm until 9:00-10:00 pm and are held at Lampas Security Consulting unless otherwise noted.

Lampas Security Consulting: 12160 Hoover Ave. N.W. Uniontown, Ohio 4468
Private I-TIC classes can be scheduled for private groups and organizations upon request.

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Topics Covered

Topics Covered:

  • Equipment Selection
  • Improvised Medical Equipment
  • Bleeding controls
  • Use of Tourniquets
  • Wound Packing
  • Direct pressure
  • Use of Combat Gauze
  • Airway Stabilization
  • Use of Nasopharyngeal Airway
  • Stabilizing Breathing and Circulation
  • Use of Chest Decompression Needle
  • Use is Occlusive dressings
  • Use of Vented and Non- vented chest seals
  • Prevention and Treatment of Hypothermia and Shock

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Types

Basic, Intermediate, Active Shooter Response Training, In Home Defense Training, LEO / MIL / SEC Courses, Other, Scenario Based Training, Seminars / Lectures, Virtual Simulation

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Requirements

Note taking material, snacks, and drinks.