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Course AAR’s

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If you have an AAR for a class of mine, go ahead and throw it up!
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I recently completed MechMedics TCCC (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) course.

He has the heart and dedication to both medicine and teaching. He is very enthusiastic about the subject, which is contagious.
His class is quite thorough and goes deep, but he also goes the extra mile to make sure he has communicated the information to everyone in a way they can understand.

As far as the subject matter, it is vital lifesaving procedures. I placed this first on my training list as l don't want to stand around not knowing what to do while someone could be dying.

I highly recommend this for anyone who might possibly have to respond to a life threatening injury from a outdoor lifestyle, driving, hunting as well as tactical causes.
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I appreciate it brother! It was a blast meeting everyone out there. I’ll definitely be heading out that way again.
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The previous assessment is spot on! The TC3 course that I took was one of the best courses that I have ever participated in.
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For those of us in the civilian world, this course resets some vital misconceptions! As a CPR/AED/1st-Aid Instructor, I get lulled into the perfect scenarios that I am used to in the air-conditioned setting of a classroom. Not that the conditions were miserable but the second day of real life scenarios were extremely valuable at putting the extremely good classroom instruction to the test! Yes, this man is very, very good at what he does!
The delivery of the information was just at the line of fascinating at the depth of knowledge but not to much to where there ere endless questions and confusion. He demonstrated the corrections that were needed and gave you the confidence to help others.
Organized, patient, confident, helpful, inviting, and just plain awesome!
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TC3 was fantastic. Classroom instruction was organized with handouts and easy going attitude which allowed any student to ask as many questions as needed. No condescending tone and no one appeared to be left behind. The amount of hands-on in classroom medical equipment was outstanding. TQs , SOF-T, CAT, Ratchet, etc. for everyone to use! Packing materials, chest seals, the product supply was endless. No need to use your own.
Outside training put all lessons learned to the test. Great hands-on application of multiple wound scenarios. From assessment thru treatment to evacuation. I learned so much more than I expected. Thanks also to the host in Central Washington for another great learning experience at your facility.

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