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The primary objective of the Executive Protection Tactical Medic program is to provide attendees with an understanding of how to provide out of hospital care in a Hostile environment. The Executive Protection Tactical Medic program was specifically designed for the Tactical Medical Operator. Not all entities operating in the tactical or complex environments are able to engage the use of traditional medical providers. This course was designed to bring forward Critical, Life-saving skills to the Tactical Operators at the front-line of Tactical and Combat Operations. This program will help orient the Tactical Operator to the capabilities of trained Tactical Medical Personnel.


This program is an intensive mix of classroom lecture and hands on training. The purpose of the Executive Protection Tactical Medical course is to train attendees to ensure that they can apply a high standard of adequate and timely Life Safety and Personal Protection, Medical and Security Policies and Procedures within Executive / VIP High Risk Protection environments. This comprehensive course meets the requirements for the State of Massachusetts and the National Registry of EMT’s.


This informative five (7) day, sixty (60) hour program is designed for Supervisory Medical Personnel charged with Protection Responsibilities, SWAT Law Enforcement Personnel, Close Protection Team Leaders, and Personal Protection Detail Supervisors, EMT-B, Paramedics and other Medical Personnel with an interest in Tactical Medicine.


  1. Current knowledge and previous experience as a Medical Provider. Certification at the EMT-Basic level or higher for Civilians is recommended. Previous Trauma or Combat Medical experience in the Military may be acceptable on an individual basis.
  2. Employed by a Public Safety Agency (EMS, Police, or Fire), Military, or a division of Homeland Security. Applications must provide proof of employment on Company letterhead.


Those who successfully complete this Training Program shall be awarded, a Mounted Certificate in “Executive Protection Tactical Medic”.

Participants Who Complete This Course Should Be:

  • Certified as a Tactical First Responder
  • Certified Emergency Medical Technician, Tactical  – EMT-Tactical (only for those already Certified as EMT’s)
  • Certified in First Aid
  • Certified In Automated External Defibrillator (AED)


Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are nationally recognized units in qualified programs which allow the participant to document all non credited work completed. CEUs may be used as evidence of increased performance capabilities and for job advancement. They are recognized by many professional organizations and companies.


Most World Institute programs have been reviewed and are “Approved by the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board”. This Board regulates and licenses all Private Investigative, Security, & Counterintelligence activity within the State.




Matthew Parker

Stephen Komorek


Additional instruction may be provided by other faculty members


Executive Protection Tactical Medic



EPTM-01    Tactical Medical Concepts

  • Tactical Combat Casualty Care
  • Penetrating and Explosive Injury Patterns
  • Hemorrhage Control and Hemostatic Techniques and Dressings
  • Vital Signs and Patient Monitoring Techniques
  • Operational Medical Environments
  • Medical Preplanning Considerations for Tactical Emergency Medicine Operations
  • Triage
  • Cardiac Procedures
  • Anesthetic and Analgesic
  • Critical Casualty Evacuation from Tactical Setting
  • Casualty Collection Points
  • Medical Care of In-Custody Individuals
  • Team Health Management and Combat Physiology
  • Medical Aspects of Tactical Distraction Devices
  • Operational Performance and Preventive Medicine
  • Sustained and Continuous Operations
  • Lifts and Carries
  • Canine Aid in the Tactical EMS Setting
  • Psychological Effects and Management of Law Enforcement and Medical Providers in the Tactical Environment
  • Tactical Pharmacology
  • Medical Aspects of Wound Ballistics
  • Physical Risk in a High Risk Environment (Iraq, Afghanistan, Mexico)
  • Mental and Emotional Issues
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA), Impact on Tactical Emergency Medicine
  • Chemical, Biological, Nuclear, and Radiological Threats in the Tactical Environment


EPTM-02    International Humanitarian Law and the Geneva Convention

  • Treating and Guarding Detainees
  • Medical and Legal Ramifications of Treating and Guarding Detainees
  • Detainee Classification
  • Medical Aspects of Initial Actions upon Capture
  • Tactical Medical Evacuation and care of “High Value Detainees”
  • Providing Medical Care for Persons of Confinement


EPTM-03    High Risk Environment Tactical Concepts

  • Team Composition and Basic Capabilities and Equipment
  • Military Tactical Operations
  • Infiltration / Ex-filtration
  • Continuum of Force
  • Medical Aspects of Specific Operations
  • Team Health Management
  • Medical Support of the Tactical Athlete
  • Medical Support to Military Operations on Urban Terrain
  • Critical Casualty Evacuation from a Tactical Setting
  • The Basics of Hostage Survival
  • Moving and Lifting Patients
  • Tactical Individual and Team Movement
  • Tactical medical Equipment
  • Specialty Munitions

EPTM-04    Basic Anatomy and Physiology Concepts

  • Anatomical Planes
  • Skeletal System
  • Respiratory System
  • Circulatory System
  • Gastrointestinal System
  • Muscular System
  • Nervous System
  • Dermal Systems
  • Endocrine System

EPTM-05    Advanced Airway Management in a Tactical Environment

  • Opening the Airway
  • Airway Adjuncts
  • Respiratory Assessment
  • Techniques of Artificial Ventilation
  • Oxygen Delivery System

EPTM-06    Patient Assessment, Communication, and Documentation

  • Scene Size-Up in a High Risk Operational Area of Operations
  • Patient Assessment in a Tactical Environment
  • Focused History and Physical Exam: Medical
  • Focused History and Physical Exam: Trauma
  • Detailed Physical Exam
  • Ongoing Assessment
  • Communications
  • Documentation


EPTM-07    Medical Emergencies in a Tactical Environment

  • Respiratory Emergencies
  • Cardiovascular Emergencies
  • Seizures
  • Injuries to the Chest, Abdomen, and Genitalia
  • The Golden Hour of Trauma
  • Common Traumatic Injuries
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
  • Terrorism & Anti-Terrorism Operations
  • Delivering K-9 First Aid
  • Poisoning and Overdose
  • Environmental Emergencies
  • Behavioral Emergencies
  • Obstetric and Gynecological Emergencies


EPTM-08    Advanced Trauma Management Considerations
                    in a Tactical Environment

  • Pediatrics Population
  • Psychological and Social Factors
  • Physical Differences
  • Assessment
  • Airway, Breathing and Circulation
  • Special Conditions
  • Sudden Death Syndrome (SIDS)
  • Trauma
  • Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Special-Needs Infants and Children
  • Family Response

EPTM-09    Tactical Emeregency Response

  • Preparation
  • Dispatch
  • En-Route to the Receiving Facility
  • Post-Run Report
  • Air Medical Considerations
  • Medical Helicopter Evacuation (Evac) Scenario
  • Communications with the Receiving Hospital
  • Documentation
  • Motor Vehicle Extraction
  • Tactical Field Care
  • Tactical Medical Convoy Operations
  • Special Operations Aero Medical Evacuation
  • Armored Vehicles in Rescue and Tactical Medical Operations
  • Hostage Survival
  • Waterborne Tactical Activities


EPTM-10    Weapons Familiarization

  • Legal and Ethical Issues (Middle East, Asia, South America)
  • Weapons Familiarization (Safety and Handling)
  • Gear Placement
  • Fundamentals of Shooting
  • Ready Positions
  • Drawing From the Holster
  • Reloads and Malfunctions
  • Multiple Shots
  • Multiple Targets
  • Tactical Use of Cover
  • Low Light Shooting Techniques

EPTM-11    Tactical Shooting (Firearms Range)

  • Low Light and Flashlight Techniques
  • Defensive and Retention Shooting
  • SWAT Movement and Weapons
  • Basic House Movements and One Person Structure Clearing
  • Shooting Moving Targets
  • Alternate Shooting Positions
  • Tactical Use of Cover

EPTM-12    Reality Based Scenario Training (Labs)

  • Basic Tactical Medical Scenarios
  • Advanced Tactical Medical Scenarios
  • Advanced Tactical Medical Airway Management Skills Lab
  • Low Light Medical Assessment and Triage
  • Field Training Exercise (FTX) Night Exercise
  • Tactical Team Movement Exercises
  • Covert Team Movement Techniques
  • Medical Implications and Planning for Riots and Mass Gatherings
  • Canine Use in Tactical and Search & Rescue Operations
  • Testifying in a Legal proceeding
  • NATO 9-Line Medical Evacuation (Medevac)



Day 108:00 AM Registration & Check-in

Training Site                                 


08:30 AM Welcome & Introduction

Executive Director
World Institute for Security Enhancement

Each Day Operational Program  Format
08:00 AM    thru
22:00 PM ???
Some Lecture / Minimal Discussion Extensive Operational Scenarios

Executive Protection Tactical Medical

While time for Lunch and Dinner is allocated, Meals are NOT included in the EPTM program
Day 0508:00 AM    thru            22:00 PM Adjourn – NOTE: While the EPTM program is normally limited to 12 hours daily, do not make any plans during each day of this intensive training program.  They would only need to be cancelled at the last minute.
The Institute reserves the right to deny Certification of Competency to  any individual who does not meet our Tactical Operational Training Requirements.

The above timetable approximates the schedule for this course.

Instructors may choose to vary the program and any changes will be announced.




World Institute for Security Enhancement courses are provided at our training sites across the United States and throughout the World. Most Open Session Courses have been reviewed and are “Approved by the North Carolina Private Protective Services Board”.  This Board regulates and licenses all Private investigative, Security and Counterintelligence activity within the State of North Carolina.

ENROLLMENT:  Classroom space is limited. Please reserve your place now!

COURSE FEE:  $1,950.00 (USD)
$3,450.00 (SGD) All Course Offerings Outside of Americas
(Payment Does NOT Guarantee Certificate of Competency)

FEE INCLUDES:  The course registration fee includes a attendee Reference Manual, Program Materials, a Mounted Certificate, and Daily Refreshments for most programs held at our United States training sites.

PAYMENT:  Payment in U. S. dollars is required with your registration form and must be received at least thirty (30) days prior to the beginning of the Class. Payment not received on time will automatically be placed in the next scheduled class.  Payment by Credit Card, Check or Money Order drawn on a U. S. Bank, in U. S. Dollars (USD), are accepted. Purchase orders or Training Requisition Forms Do Not constitute payment. Bank Transfers are Not accepted.

MEALS:  Lunches will not be provided.

DRESS:  Business casual is the recommended daily attire.

REFUNDS / CANCELLATIONS: The Institute reserves the right to amend any program should circumstances warrant such action. In the event of course postponement or cancellation, the Institute will reschedule the course, or apply the fee payment to any other program offered in the next twelve months. Liability for course cancellation is specifically limited to the amount of prepaid course fees and excludes any incidental or consequential damages. Attendees must confirm cancellations or substitutions, in writing, at least THIRTY (30) days prior to the initial class date. There will be a 10% administrative fee for a cancellation or substitution. Otherwise, fees are not refundable but may be transferred to another program of your choosing.

LODGING:  Lodging is NOT included. Each attendee is responsible for their own travel arrangements and lodging costs. Please make your room reservation at least three weeks prior to the initial class date.

INSTRUCTION:  While every effort is made to assure that scheduled instructors, equipment and training materials are present, unforeseen circumstances may occur. Therefore, the Institute reserves the right to substitute personnel and curriculum as required.