FAQ - Frequently asked questions

How can I sign up for the training?

All willing training participants must report this fact.
To register, please send the data: Name and date of the training,
First name and last name,
e-mail address,
phone number to: sofmedcenter@gmail.com
or call to 0048 516051929 Sikor, 0048 609059969 Wir

Can people without basic medical knowledge participate in open training?

Yes. Everyone interested can take part in basic FCP, or CMFR-TCCC training. Participation in advanced CTM training or PFC workshops requires at least basic medical knowledge.

Is high physical fitness required?

No. We try to conduct classes in such a way as to focus on medicine without having to do countless physical exercises.

Do you offer any discounts?

We do not offer any discounts.

 Can minors participate in the training?

Of course you do, you must have your parent's or legal guardian's written consent.

How do we pay for training?

We settle the payment on arrival.

How do we check your competences?

To pass the CMFR/ CTM course, you must pass an exam in two parts. Part one is the theoretical knowledge test (70%) pass mark. Part two is a practical assessment.

Will I receive a certificate?

All students will receive a certificate of completion if they pass the final exam, or if they fail the certificate of participation.

Will we receive educational points?

Yes. CMFR- TCCC- 24 points, CTM- 40 points, PFC- 8 points

Will we receive any training materials?

All training materials will be presented in writing during the training and remain the property of Wir SOF-MED CENTER. They may not be reproduced or copied without our prior notice.

Can I come without having tactical equipment?

Yes of course. We can provide you with our equipment on site.

Do I need to have any dedicated clothes?

We suggest bringing comfortable and adequate clothing to the weather conditions. Women are asked to take their sports underwear.

How can I sign up for the training?

All willing training participants must report this fact.
To register, please send the data: Name and date of the training,
First name and last name,
e-mail address,
phone number to: sofmedcenter@gmail.com
or call to 0048 516051929 Sikor, 0048 609059969 Wir

Can people without basic medical knowledge participate in open training?

Yes. Everyone interested can take part in basic FCP, or CMFR-TCCC training. Participation in advanced CTM training or PFC workshops requires at least basic medical knowledge.

Is high physical fitness required?

No. We try to conduct classes in such a way as to focus on medicine without having to do countless physical exercises.

Do you offer any discounts?

We do not offer any discounts.

 Can minors participate in the training?

Of course you do, you must have your parent's or legal guardian's written consent.

How do we pay for training?

We settle the payment on arrival.

How do we check your competences?

To pass the CMFR/ CTM course, you must pass an exam in two parts. Part one is the theoretical knowledge test (70%) pass mark. Part two is a practical assessment.

Will I receive a certificate?

All students will receive a certificate of completion if they pass the final exam, or if they fail the certificate of participation.

Will we receive educational points?

Yes. CMFR- TCCC- 24 points, CTM- 40 points, PFC- 8 points

Will we receive any training materials?

All training materials will be presented in writing during the training and remain the property of Wir SOF-MED CENTER. They may not be reproduced or copied without our prior notice.

Can I come without having tactical equipment?

Yes of course. We can provide you with our equipment on site.

Do I need to have any dedicated clothes?

We suggest bringing comfortable and adequate clothing to the weather conditions. Women are asked to take their sports underwear.

SOF-MEDER CENTER focuses primarily on quality over quantity!

Learn how to provide medical assistance in battlefield settings based on the latest world solutions.

OUR INSTRUCTORS

Professional training in basic and advanced assistance in tactical and battlefield medicine

An experienced operator of the Commandos Military Unit. A graduate of the Special Operations Combat Medic Course (SOCM)

He completed advanced training of special forces medics "Special Operations Combat Medic" in U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, JSOMTC, Fort Bragg, USA.

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