Educational and practical course of the Foundation for obtaining useful skills in tactical medicine, which can save lives.
We live in times when it is almost impossible to predict anything, so knowledge of tactical medicine is a basic foundation that everyone needs. This knowledge saves lives. That is why we launched a free educational and practical course on tactical medicine, within which we systematically conduct training for civilians.
The tactical medicine project is implemented in cooperation with the International European University.
The three-hour course is taught by qualified trainers with many years of experience in providing medical care. Attendees study the algorithm of actions during first aid, identification of dangerous factors that threaten life, actions to stop bleeding, etc. In addition, the stages of tactical combat assistance, the principles of providing medical assistance under fire and during the evacuation stages are considered.
In October, we held another free takmed training. Kateryna Pop told the participants about: tactical field aid and assessment of injuries, control of massive bleeding, restoration of breathing in the wounded, other useful information that is necessary in extreme situations, when every second can be decisive.
September was memorable for us with another tactical medicine class for high school students. We were contacted by the administration of the "Athens" school. Educators have asked to hold a training session on takmed for their high school students. We could not refuse, and organized a free class, and invited a military servicewoman, a certified combat medic, Kateryna Pop, to conduct it. After the lecture, the students "practiced" the acquired knowledge under the comments and remarks of the expert.
We held another September class together with the International European University, we held another free training on takmed. The participants of the event learned about important things that can save lives. After the lecture, the participants worked out the acquired knowledge in practice.
In August, we held a free training on tactical medicine with an invited guest Military serviceman, certified combat medic - Kateryna Pop.
June was memorable for us with another tactical medicine training. At the 3-hour training, those present learned about providing first aid to the injured, the algorithm for stopping bleeding, applying bandages and tourniquets.
Our training for teenagers has become surprisingly popular. We were pleasantly surprised by how many willing people responded. Ukrainian youth are conscious, motivated, and understand that knowledge of tactical medicine can save lives. The participants learned: how to provide first aid to a wounded person, how to identify dangerous life-threatening factors, which are the basic filling of first-aid kits, how to apply bandages and tourniquets.
Upon completion of training, all participants will receive certificates of international standard, and most importantly, important skills for wartime.