Tactical Operational Medical Support (TOMS) Course

ICPDM is offering a 40 hour Tactical Operational Medical Support course over a 4 day period. This course has been designed to provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to function effectively as a Tactical Emergency Medical Support (TEMS) member. The instructor cadre consists of experienced, practicing tactical medics, physicians, SWAT Operators and subject matter experts. 40 CEUs will be provided for successful completion of the course.
Course Topics
History of TEMSWMD overview
Tactical Emergency Casualty Care:Responding to the Active Assailant
            Care Under FireExtended Operations
            Tactical Field CareMulti-Patient Care
            Casualty Evacuation CareOfficer Rescue
Medical PreplanningTactical Medical Protective Equipment
Remote AssessmentsPreventative Medicine
SWAT Tactics and TerminologySpecific Operations
PPE for the Tactical EnvironmentTEMS Muscle Memory
Field Expedient DeconK-9 Familiarization
Tactical Wound CareLess Lethal Weapons Medial Care
Course Prerequisites
Current certification at the EMT-Basic level or higher. All applicants must provide  a copy of your certification.
Intended Audience
EMT-Basic level or higher providing medical support to a Tactical team.
Breakfast/Lunch included. Dinner and Lodging are the responsibility of the student.
Tactical Uniform and Gear
Students will wear their agency tactical uniform. Bring all of your gear. This includes body armor, helmet, eye protection, gloves, hydration system, medical kit and gas mask.

Dates: To Be Determined. Contact course coordinator if interested in hosting a course.
Location: SEMSA Training Center or can be conducted at hosting location.
Fee: Based on class location and size
  • Class size limited to 20 students.
  • No refunds within 7 days of class.
Registration: TBD
Course Coordinator:

Alan Dobrowolski, RN
Director ICPDM
(775) 691-4698


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