Ewakuacja poszkodowanego podczas kursu Ratownika Pola Walki

DURATION: 40 hours ( 5-day training)


At the end of the training course the participant receives:

1) A certificate confirming a positive evaluation in the field of Combat Lifesaver(if the participant passes the final examination)

2) A certificate confirming participation in the course (unless the participant fails the final examination)

3) A souvenir T-shirt

4) Training material in the form of a guidebook for a combat lifesaver based on the latest TC3 regulations

The course is addressed to uniformed services, soldiers, paramedics and people connected with pro-defence organizations and the military or rescue tactics lovers.

It is a full 5-day Combat Lifesaver course based on the latest regulations of TC3 commission (TCCC – Tactical Combat Casuality Care).

The CLS training is performed by experienced paramedics and combats lifesavers from our team  who have a considerable experience  gained in military operations  while doing their service during  missions in the Polish Military Contingent  or during rescue operations in the State Medical Emergency System.

Due to their active duty for various uniformed services our instructors regularly run courses of similar kinds in their units. Additionally, the members of our team, thanks to their experience gained on foreign missions are able to standarize and upgrade the training programme by comparing the knowledge aquired in real military conditions with the most up-to-date TC3 regulations.

The programme of the course:

Day 1: Theory section, lectures, video tutorials and videos from real military operations

Day 2: Theory section, lectures, video tutorials, introduction to medical and tactical equipment

Day 3: Practice section, team and individual tasks

Day 4: Practice section, team tasks combined with practical scenarios

Day 5: Theoretical and practical exam

  1. Battlefield rescue and the history of TC3
  2. The most frequent causes of deaths on a battlefield
  3. Battlefield rescue – the zones of giving first aid according to TC3
  4. Acting according to acronyms M.A.R.C.H.E  and P.A.W.S
  5. Massive arterial haemorrhages  – physiology, symptoms, procedures
  6. Stopping massive arterial haemorrhages with the use of improvised dressing
  7. Stopping massive arterial haemorrhages with the use of tactical stasis
  8. Stopping massive arterial haemorrhages – hemostatic dressings (wound packing junctional haemorrhage)
  9. Pneumothorax – physiology, symptoms, types and procedures
  10. Protection of chest penetrating injuries – improvised dressings
  11. Protection of chest penetrating injuries – valve and occlusive dressings
  12. Pneumothorax – needle decompression
  13. Unblocking the airways: instrumented and toolless
  14. Trauma patient examination in a safe zone
  15. Head injuries, hypothermia, hypovolemic shock
  16. Evacuation from battlefield
  17. Pharmacology of battlefield (CWMP- Combat Wound Medication Pack)
  18. Field medical card and documentation
  19. MIST and the 9- line MEDEVAC procedure
  20. Immobilization of fractures
  21. Patient monitoring and reassessment
  22. SIT report – handing over the patient
  23. Triage – selection of the wounded

Details & registration:

+48 537 682 287,