First Responder Trainers Symposium
To train the trainers (trainer candidates) on NATO regulation procedures regarding medical treatment and evacuation in a multinational environment. To promote interoperability and common understanding. To understand national techniques, procedures and equipment. To advise on education methodology. Exchange of national / multinational lessons (sharing best practice) in the field of first aid provision from NATO operational deployments.
Military Officers, Warrant Officers and Senior NCOs or civilian equivalents of any service, involved in training of non medical first responder.
Language proficiency: English according to STANAG 6001 184.108.40.206 (listening/speaking/reading/writing)
Computer skills: N/A
• to be a first responder trainer in national environment
• to have operational experience
• Day 1: NATO medical treatment and evacuation; Introduction of national FRT including equipment;
• Day 2: Emergency bandage; Psychological aspects of FR; Psychological workshop; Training and education methodology including simulation; Skill teaching / 4 stages method; Simulation Workshop
• Day 3: Legal and ethical aspects of training of self/buddy aid and combat life savers; Common First Responders mistakes; Summary of the National Training curricula and NATO proposal for minimum content of a FR training; Workshop - National field best practices; First Responder Equipment availability; TTE - Communication in the field - 9 liner, Patient Evacuation Coordinating Centre (PECC); Contribute to NATO Clinical Tactical Lessons Learned Database
• LO 1: to familiarize participants on latest developments and approved procedures within NATO's treatment and medical evacuation procedures and techniques (triage; use of tourniquets, 9 liner MEDEVAC request etc.)
• LO 2: to enhance participants with the latest education methodologies including simulation capabilities
• LO 3: to share best practices and contribute to NATO Clinical Tactical Lessons Learned Database
NATO Standards and Doctrines:
(1) AJP 4.10(A) – (STANAG 2228) NATO Joint Medical Support Doctrine
(2) STANAG 2122 – Requirement for Training in First-Aid, Emergency Care in combat situations and basic hygiene for all military personnel
(3) STANAG 2126 – First-Aid dressings, Fist Aid kits and Emergency Medical Care Kits
(4) STANAG 2549 – Training requirements for health care personnel in international missions AMedP-17
(5) STANAG 2358 – First-Aid and Hygiene Training in a CBRN or TIH environment
(6) STANAG 2871 – First-Aid materiel for chemical injuries
(7) AD 83-1 – Medical Support to Operations
For registration please contact NATO MILMED COE Training Branch Course Admin at email@example.com or in case of any further assistance please do not hesitate to call +36 883 0132.
MILMED COE courses are also available via the NATO ePRIME system; students from NATO partner nations can get reimbursed up to 100%.