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CLS course
(combat life saver)


The CLS (combat lifesaver) course provides intermediate level skills for fighters who will be involved in combat tasks.

Rescue fighters receive more in-depth and specialized training, in particular, they learn to assist combat medics, for example, in converting and moving tourniquets.


40 hours / 5 days

Requirements for participants

it is desirable to have previous experience of ASM level trainings

Number of participants

up to 20 people


NAEMT's TCCC-CLS for those participants who complete the training and pass the final skills assessment. There is no written exam in this course.

Useful skills CLS (combat lifesaver)

Тампонування поранень

Забезбечення прохідності дихальних шляхів

Базові навички використання мішка Амбу для допомоги медикам

Робота з травмами голови, оцінка стану


Швидкий огляд поранених

Огляд травм

Робота з проникаючими пораненнями грудної клітки

Підходи до боротьби з гіпотермію

Методи перенесення / перетягування поранених

Накладання бандажів

Використання NPA

Конверсія та переміщення турнікетів

Застосування пілпаків

Запит евакуації

Send an application for training

Photo from trainings

PULSE Foundation


What is TCCC?

Modern tactical medicine is based on the TCCC system - tactical combat casualty care - translated as "tactical assistance to the wounded in combat conditions". It's a battle-tested approach designed to save lives when every second counts.

This system was created in the late 1990s and over time helped the US Army get the lowest rate of preventable mortality in the history of wars - during the five years of Operation Iraqi Freedom, more than nine out of ten wounded survived

The overall goal of the TCCC is to train service members to effectively treat the wounded in combat while preventing additional casualties and successfully complete the mission.

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