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Field Medical Training Battalion - West

"We Learn Today, So We May Lead Tomorrow"

TCCC/CLS TRAINER COURSE

Welcome to FMTB-W 

 

INFORMATION:  (760) 763-0175

TCCC/CLS TRAINER COURSE:

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course will be primarily classroom/didactic training. The Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)/Combat Lifesaver (CLS) Trainer Course is designed to prepare Navy medical personnel as trainers of TCCC/CLS. The student will be provided the instructional knowledge and techniques necessary to provide effective training for medical personnel and selected Marines.

COMMAND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBERS:

Commanding Officer

Field Medical Training Battalion

PO Box 555243

Camp Pendleton CA 92055

(760) 725-2559 (during working hrs)

(760) 725-2559 (after working hrs)

FAX: (760) 725-2799

COMMAND LOCATION:

FMTB is located onboard Camp Pendleton, in Oceanside, CA. Camp Pendleton is a very large base that covers a wide area.

FMTB is located in the 21 Area of Camp Pendleton. From San Diego Airport take I-5 north to Oceanside and follow the signs to Camp Pendleton. Once on board take a left at the first light and go over the bridge to the 21 area/Del Mar. The school house is located near the headquarters building with the large flag pole.

REPORTING INFORMATION:

Students are to report in the Marine Corps Combat Utility Uniform (MCCUU). If you will be checking in during normal working hours, (0730-1630), report directly to the school headquarters, Building 210730, S-1, Second Deck. If you will be checking in after normal working hours, report to the FMTB-W Quarterdeck, Building 210730. Google Maps: 21 Area Parade Deck Camp Pendleton South, CA. The duty phone is 760-725-2559 and is manned 24/7. The parking area for TCCC/CLS-Trainer students is located at the gravel parking lot, in front of BLDG 210730.

WHAT TO BRING:

All personnel attending TCCC/CLS Trainer Course shall bring the following items with them:

· Pen and highlighter

· Medications (EPI pen, inhalers, etc.,) 

The uniform of the day for the Marine Corps has been synchronized with daylight savings time (DST). During summer months, the Desert MCCUU will be worn with sleeves down. During winter months, the uniform of the day is Woodland MCCUU with sleeves down. Service Uniform will be worn on Friday’s as directed by CMC.

At the conclusion of the training day, usually 1630 – 1700, liberty will be granted. Appropriate civilian attire should be brought with you for this purpose.

PROHIBITED ITEMS:

· Knives over 3 inches in length

· Personal Weapons (Guns)

PHYSICAL TRAINING:

During this Program of Instruction there is no PT during working hours.  PT is strongly encouraged at the conclusion of the training day, usually 1630 – 1700.

PERSONAL AFFAIRS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL:

· Bring current Military Identification Card (check expiration)

GALLEY/MESS HALL:

Meals hours and rates for the dining facility are as follows:

DAYS OPEN CLOSE PRICE:

Breakfast      Mon-Fri 0530 0730      $2.45

Lunch           Mon-Fri 1100 1300      $4.55

Dinner          Mon-Fri 1630 1800      $4.55


To Download The TCCC/CLS Student Handout, Click HERE 

 

Download The TCCC/CLS Instructor Handout, Click HERE

Mission
Develop, coordinate, resource, execute and evaluate training and education concepts, policies, plans and programs to ensure the Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman is prepared for assignment with the operational forces.
Vision

To be the best training command within the United States Marine Corps; producing the best trained, best prepared, and battle ready Fleet Marine Force Hospital Corpsman.  He will be prepared to meet the challenges of present and future operational environments.

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