Tactical Combat Casualty Care Workshop

About Tactical Combat Casualty Care

Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) was created by the U.S. Department of Defense Committee to teach evidence-based, life- saving techniques and strategies for providing the best trauma care on and off the battlefield.

Come join us on June 1st or 2nd and train with some of the best instructors in the field!  

TCCC Details

Course Level: Beginner

Course Duration: 8 hours

Dates Offered: May 30, 31, June 1, 2, 2019

Enrollment: limited

Course Price: $110


  • 0800-1200 Individual Medical Skills

  • 1200-1300 Lunch

  • 1300-1400 Skills Evaluation

  • 1400-1700 Trauma Lanes


Topics Covered

Topics Covered

Topics Covered

  • C-A-T Tourniquet

  • Hemostatic Dressings

  • Casualty Carries & Drags

  • Nasopharyngeal

  • Chest Seal

  • Hyperthermia Prevention

  • Rapid Casualty Assessment

This hands on course is taught out in the field, so you should dress accordingly to the weather and environment, and expect to have some clothes destroyed! Bring extra clothes. 

Meet Lead Instructor 

Daniel Surmi

Daniel Surmi is a SWAT Medic and sworn Police officer for the city of Grants Pass Oregon. Daniel served over 12 years in the U.S. Army as a Ranger Medic and Civil Affairs SGT, with almost 3 years of combat experience in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Current NREMT, certified to instruct PHTLS, TCCC, ACLS, PALS and BLS. Also qualified by the Oregon Department of Public Safety and Standards Training (DPSST) with shotgun, Pepper Ball, 40mm launcher, Taser, M4 carbine, MP5 and Glock 19, Graduated from National University  with a bachelor of science in criminal justice.