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Soldiers perform Triage as part of a realistic training scenario at the USASA-Fort Dix Medical Simulation Center.72HR SUSTAINMENT COURSE
The course focuses on reviewing the basics of emergency care. Training will consist of classroom
instruction, various practical exercises, and labs in which you will learn a multitude of hands-on skills.
Students will also go through TC 8-800 Tables 1-7 (practical skills stations) and validated on Table 8.

MEDIC (TABLES 1-8) COURSE (ATTRS Enrollment Required. School Code 930F)
Students will go through TC 8-800 Tables 1-7 (practical skills stations) and validated on Table 8.

24HR REFRESHER
The course focuses on reviewing the basics of emergency care.

BASIC LIFESAVER COURSE (BLS)
The Basic Lifesaver Course is a 4 hour course, which includes a written exam and hands-on skills.
Students must complete all criteria and not be absent for any hours. The passing grade is 84% to obtain a
provider card and 90% to be qualified for the BLS Instructor course. After completion of the course, the
students will obtain a BLS card, which expires two years from the month of completion. All supplies will be
provided.

BLS-INSTRUCTOR
The Basic Lifesaver Instructor Course is a 2 day course, which incorporates familiarization of the course
video, hands-on, and all paperwork. Instructors-to-be will be required to take and pass a written exam
with a 90% in order to fulfill course requirements. Instructors-to-be will teach a full BLS course on the 2nd
day under observation to verify instructor skills. Instructors-to-be will be asked to come back and be
monitored again if not up to par. Instructors-to-be must have a current BLS card in order to take the course.

COMBAT LIFESAVER (CLS)
Immediate far-forward first aid is essential on a widely dispersed and fluid battlefield to prevent Soldiers from dying of wounds. Medical personnel may not be able to reach Soldiers at all points on the battlefield in a timely manner. The Fort Dix MSTC CLC mission is to train nonmedical Soldiers, both Enlisted and Officers, with advanced first aid/lifesaving procedures beyond the level of self-aid or buddy aid.