The Critical Gap

According to official statements, the response time for an ambulance in Canada is 12 minutes. In reality, the average time for an ambulance to respond is 20 minutes in the city, and 1 hour in rural areas.

It can take less than a minute to bleed to death.

Those moments before EMS personnel are present on the scene, are the critical gap this course trains you to bridge. Critically injured casualties, who make up about one-quarter of all trauma patients, will die without assistance.

The Critical Gap course is directly inspired by the TCCC Principles (Tactical Combat Casualty Care) and is adapted to apply to the civilian world. You will learn hands-on practices that are geared to save lives by applying tourniquets, hemostatic dressings, and chest seals. Students will be brought through basic first aid techniques and be brought through treatments for more complex life-threatening situations.

By joining this course, you are taking a stand to save lives.

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