Extended Austere Provider (EAP) is one of the most comprehensive Tactical EMS training programs for any EMT or Paramedic, who operates on a tactical team or rescue team. With the current and emerging threats that facing the military, law enforcement and search and rescue teams, integration of skilled medical support is critical to mission success. EAP teaches everything from pre-mission planning and medical threat assessment to providing care in austere environments where the next level of care may be days away.
Students will learn the many differences of providing care in a tactical/wilderness setting. Whether its assessing a sprained ankle or treating a critically injured patient, students leave understanding how to provide care as a member of an integrated tactical team or as the sole medical provider in an austere setting. Students should expect to be challenged mentally and physically. Students will receive world class training and be prepared to take the Tactical Paramedic Certification exam by the Board of Critical Care Transport Paramedic Certification. This course will satisfy a majority of hours required to re-certify EMT and Paramedic.
Pre-requisites: EMT-B and currently employed by a public safety agency or government/military department with a medical mission set.
Course Delivery: The EAP course is delivered over 5 days. This program does require an extended culmination exercise (CULEX)
5 Days In-Person
30 Days Self-Paced Online
In-Person & Online
The Advanced Tactical Provider (Local, State, Federal, Military)
Students Will Recieve
70 Hours CAPCE Credit
IBSC FP-C/TP-C Prep/Recert Hours