Technical Austere Medical Evacuation: The standard, run-of-the-mill Flight Paramedic course can end up being "death by PowerPoint." Our TAME course challenges the notion that critical care education can be boring. Students are immersed in the critical care world but also challenged through scenario-based exercises. While most FP-C prep courses will simply show slides of equipment and techniques, our students are pushed with hands-on labs and demonstrations. This allows students to gain a deeper understanding and expand their knowledge base before entering the clinical environment. Realism is the key to our scenario-based training, and we expand on this with our aviation evacuation simulator at our Concord, NC location. We also push students to learn the hands-on technical skillset with rope work and hoisting evolutions. These skills are critical to success, and in the field, you only have one opportunity to get it right. With the experience from our training cadre in both civilian and military flight medicine, we are able to deliver a wide range of insight to just about any mission set possible.
Pre-requisites: EMT-B and currently employed by a public safety agency or government/military department with a medical mission set.
Course Delivery: In Residence - 5 Days (45 hours) in class and scenarios
5 Days In-Person
Medical providers that will be utilizing or deployed on flight assets.
(EMT, AEMT, Paramedic, RN, PA, MD)