The Al-Kafeel Academy for Training and Medical Aid of the al-Abbas's (P) holy shrine organized its 52nd course in the field of medical aid and tactical combat casualty care. In this session it targeted a group of security forces in order to contribute to providing the war paramedic and fighter with medical first aid skills that enable them to deal with any emergency, in a way that contributes to reducing the loss of life.
It comes as a continuation of the series of courses that it previously held with an internationally accredited curriculum and under the supervision of a specialized staff.
The assistant director of the academy, Mr. Qasim Ali, told Al-Kafeel Network: “The course includes teaching fighters modern and advanced methods and mechanisms of military aid in two theoretical and practical ways, which are applied in special training rooms, in addition to training field activities that simulate reality, so they can benefit from it if they need to. "
He added, "The course curriculum included many sections, the most important of which were relief and rescue of severe bleeding, loss of consciousness, penetrating and non-penetrating chest injuries, minor injuries and wounds, in addition to fractures and burns."
It is noteworthy that the Academy works on five axes in its training curriculum:
The first: the military first aid, which targets the security forces.
The second: the medical first aid, which targets the medical and nursing staff.
The third: occupational safety, targeting workers in companies and institutions.
The fourth: societal, targeting the Iraqi society in general.
Fifth: Disasters and crowds are given to staffs working in the field of rescue.
It is noteworthy that the Al-Kafeel Academy for Training and Medical Aid has graduated dozens of trainees from all types of security forces, who have received courses about the best methods of how to aid each other on the battlefield, in addition to granting its trainees a certificate approved by the European Security Academy, because the academy is internationally accredited by the European Security Academy (ESA).