IDIS is proud to now offer multiple medical training courses to help military units assess their medical preparedness and enhance trainees’ first responder skills. Military medical personnel, non-medical personnel, EMS practitioners, civilians, and first responders will discover the proper techniques and strategies for treating patients on the battlefield or in a civilian tactical environment.


Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)

Our TCCC course teaches evidence-based, lifesaving techniques and strategies for providing trauma care on the battlefield. The course is offered in multiple formats to ensure mission readiness of units across all DOD and government agencies. All TCCC instructors are NAEMT-certified experts who own a wealth of tactical and non-tactical experience from across the globe.

Our two-day course is available to military medical personnel including medics, corpsmen, and pararescuers deploying in support of combat operations. Non-medical military personnel such as soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines can learn relevant first responder skills by enrolling in our one-day course. We also offer a three-day TCCC course in conjunction with other IDIS courses that features a full mission profile exercise on day three to help you meet all your training goals. IDIS is accredited through NAEMT, which allows the unit to meet their annual and/or deployment requirements for DOD and other governmental agencies.


Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC)

This course teaches EMS practitioners, civilians, and first responders how to administer care to patients in a civilian tactical environment. Trainees will face real-world scenarios and learn the optimal way to respond to growing threats in everyday environments.

This 16-hour classroom course showcases new patient simulations based on vital, true-to-life scenarios. Students will learn the proper techniques and strategies for treating wounded responders, transporting victims to safety, initiating hemorrhage and surgical airway control, and caring for pediatric patients. The course also includes a mass-casualty/active shooter simulation and teaches enrollees how to properly perform a MARCH assessment.


American Heart Association (AHA) Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED/BLS

Rooted in the latest scientific advancements, this course teaches proper techniques for treating victims of any age, from infants to adults. Students will learn how to treat breathing and cardiac emergencies and administer care for first aid emergencies such as cuts, burns, illnesses, and neck injuries. Students who successfully complete this course will be awarded a certificate for Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years.

Flexible and tailored courses are available to fit your specific training needs, budget and location. We can come to you or train at IDIS facilities. We can even accommodate time constraints by shifting aspects of the course online, therefore limiting the in-person classroom requirement.

For more information on course availability and dates, please call 254-493-2785.

“A week after being back at the home station, our guys were tapped to fly 560 miles off the coast of Florida to treat two sailors whose sailboat had caught fire. The controlled chaos after the mission drop was exactly like it was at IDIS. The whole team pulled together to prep gear and get the guys off the ground. Guys inflated their Zodiac and made contact with the patients. From there, a 600-foot tanker ship diverted to pick everyone up and the PJs continued treatment for five hours. We took a five-hour flight back to Orlando Regional Hospital and both patients survived.”

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