VALOR training, offered as a one- or two-day course, provides law enforcement with an introduction into some of the most important casualty care principles. To find a training near you, visit Training Events - VALOR for Blue.
If you have already attended a VALOR training, you are eligible to request a Casualty Care and Rescue Tactics four-hour supplemental training to be held on-site at your agency, open to any sworn law enforcement. This training involves hands-on training covering all the equipment and principles featured in the toolkit. To request this training, please visit our Contact Us page.
The Casualty Care Resource Clearinghouse is your one-stop-shop for all VALOR casualty care resources. All the resources available on the other pages can be found here as well as a multitude of others.
Yes! We encourage you to share the toolkit and all its content with any and all sworn law enforcement officers.
Many of the toolkit’s materials are perfect to use for roll call. We have drill sheets as well as concise training videos that could serve as an important daily reminder before a shift. If your agency does not do roll call before every shift, make sure to touch up on these principles on your own before your shift and make sure to also utilize our printable resources section. Print out some posters and place them around your agency.
The VALOR Program offers in-person training on this topic. If you have attended a VALOR training, you are eligible to request a Casualty Care and Rescue Tactics four-hour supplemental training to be delivered on-site at your agency. This training involves hands-on training in all the equipment and principles featured in the toolkit. To request this training, please visit our Contact Us page. If your agency has already received all the VALOR training on casualty care, you can visit https://www.naemt.org/education/naemt-tccc. The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians offers a wide array of in-depth trainings and certifications for Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC).
The VALOR Program’s casualty care curriculum and resources are based off the TCCC model. TCCC approves certain brands in the market based on rigorous research and testing on the products, ensuring that they are only endorsing products that will be reliable and effective in the field. Therefore, though there are other products on the market, VALOR features only TCCC-approved products in the toolkit.