Tri-Med Tactical is proud to announce the 2018 Ohio Advanced Tactical Operations Medical Specialist (ATOMS) course. The class will be held May 7-11 and/or August 6-10 at the Ohio Fire Academy in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Students should plan on checking in the day prior to the course beginning. The cost of the course is $950. This fee covers the student’s registration fees, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and course materials. Lodging is available on site and is the responsibility of the student to arrange. At the conclusion of the course, the student will be awarded over 80 hours of CEU from NREMT through the Ohio Fire Academy (67.5 hours of Catagory 1 CEU's for Virginia EMT's).
Tri-Med Tactical, LLC (TMT) takes great pride in producing the most scientically, statistically, clinically, and tactically sound medicine available today. This course exceeds the National TEMS Initiative and Council (NTIC) curriculum and is Recognized Educational Content by the Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care. TMT uses concepts from Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) in conjunction with over 200 years of combined professional experience, to make sure that the student gets the most realistic and up-to-date training available.
TMT’s, ATOMS course is over 70 hours of intense didactic and scenario based training in austere environments. At the conclusion of the course, the student will have an understanding of their role in the tactical environment and how to mitigate the most dynamic situations that tactical units face today.
Examples of some of the topics that will be trained on during this intense 5 day course: Officer Rescue Techniques, Basic Tactical Movements, Dynamic Extraction Techniques, K-9 Medicine, Remote Assessment, Tactical Response to Hazardous Materials, Principle Protection Medicine, Modern Concepts of Active Threat Response, Medical Threat Assessment Development, Extended Operation and Extreme Climate Considerations, Medical / Legal Aspects of TEMS, Hazardous Material Exposure During Tactical Responses, Current Hemorrhage Control Techniques, Basic and Advanced Airway Management, and Blunt and Penetrating Trauma Management.