Medical Training



Accelerated EMT Program

17 Days

The EMT course prepares individuals to function independently in a medical emergency. This course provides the basic skills needed to perform basic life support (BLS) care.

At the completion of this course students will be able to do the following: describe the role of the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in an emergency medical services (EMS) system, perform assessments on patients with traumatic injuries, medical emergencies, triage and manage multi-casualty incidents. Students will learn lifting, moving, and light extraction techniques as well as EMS laws.

Students enrolled in the accelerated EMT-B who are not CPR certified MAY be eligible for CPR training at no cost.


Tactical SWAT Medicine

1 Week / 40 hours

CCJA's Tactical Medicine course is a military, law enforcement, and private security program designed for EMS and medical professionals at all levels. This comprehensive tactical medicine curriculum integrates hands on training, scenario based teaching, firearms instruction and personalized attention. Students will learn tactical patient assessment, expedient extracation, evacuation, and self-defense. It covers equipment and techniques used for TEMS training and certification.


Tactical Combat Casualty Care Under Fire Course

2 days

TCCC is a companion course to PHTLS for military and contractors who are preparing to be deployed. Casualty care in this setting must be the best possible combination of good medicine and good small unit tactics. This program emphasizes the need to modify the care of the patient as required by the situation. This is otherwise known as “Art and Science” of trauma care. On the battlefield, care of casualties sustained is only part of the mission. Focuses on 3 primary goals; treat the casualty, prevent additional casualties, and complete the mission.


Protective Medicine (EMT Program)

17 Days

The EMT course prepares individuals to function independently in a medical emergency. This course provides the basic skills needed to perform basic life support (BLS) care.

At the completion of this course students will be able to do the following: describe the role of the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in an emergency medical services (EMS) system, perform assessments on patients with traumatic injuries, medical emergencies, triage and manage multi-casualty incidents. Students will learn lifting, moving, and light extraction techniques as well as EMS laws. The Protective Medical course covers the following:

Medical Threat Assessments’ and Emergency Action Plans as well as Trauma center designation and the tools to determine if air ambulance is the better option over ground ambulance.

Students enrolled in the accelerated Protective Medicine (EMT Program) who are not CPR certified MAY be eligible for CPR training at no cost.


The Tactical Street Medicine Course for Law Enforcement

1 Day

The Tactical Street Medicine Course for Law Enforcement is designed to provide officers with the medical skill sets, knowledge and confidence required to evaluate and stabilize a Life Threatening injury that may be sustained in the course of their duties. This course teaches law enforcement officers, the basic medical care interventions that will help save an injured responder's life until EMS practitioners can safely enter a tactical scene.

The course combines the principles of Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) and Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), with the training provided to military medics by all branches of our Armed Services. Using the MARCH principal this course is uniquely suited for all areas of police work from traffic stops to SWAT call outs


Emergency Medical Response for Firearms Instructors & Range Safety Officers

1 Day

What the Firearms Instructor or Range Safety Officer does in the first few minutes of a medical emergency on the range can make the difference between life and death or long term disability. Are you properly medically trained?

This training course focuses on providing firearms instructors with the skills and knowledge to develop emergency medical action plans and how to implement them by providing the appropriate immediate medical care to students who are injured in training.   

Being able to identify various types of injuries and having the knowing and skills to administer emergency medical care may keep you and your students alive until advanced medical care is available and they are transported to the appropriate medical treatment facility.


American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI)

  • Basic First Aid / CPR/AED (Adult-8 hours)
  • Basic First Aid / CPR/AED (Infant/Child-additional 4 hours)
  • Emergency Oxygen Administration (2 hours)

American Heart Association (AHA)

  • CPR/AED (Adult 4 hours)
  • Basic First Aid (Adult 4 hours)

American Red Cross

  • CPR/AED (Adult 4 hours)
  • Basic First Aid (Adult 4 hours)

Check course requirements before enrolling

  • 540-322-3000
  • 56 Joseph Mills Drive Suite 100
  • Fredericksburg, Va 22408