Whether civilian first responders or military personnel, emergency medical training must be conducted at the lowest level, by the end users. Simplicity in design gives MTU users nearly unlimited options without the need for formal training on make-up or adhesives to properly apply and disguise wounds on role players. The ATTS system allows customers to create unique learning opportunities autonomously, with freedom to think “out of the box,” and conduct the most realistic trainingpossible.
The goal of training is rapid integration of learned skills into applied skills and the MTU compliments many methods of learning through the diverse range of wound options and attachment methods. Student skillsets can grow from basic field care to intensive medical training. Students can also learn or refresh skills, and reorient their focus to specific developmental scenarios utilizing their newly acquired tactile skills and classroom knowledge.
Students can also take control of their own learning and recreate scenarios described in their textbooks, giving them the chance to turn theory into practice,maximizing their downtime and developing confidence.
Military exercises and mass casualty scenarios using multiple sets of MTUs will find the transition to developing true-to-life learning evolutions in either TCCC or TECC settings is quick and easy, compared to existing solutions. Role players can wear their unit’s current uniform, having natural freedom of movement, while using injuries secured in place that realistically simulates appearance, texture, and anatomical position. Increasing the pressure associated with complex responses of this nature encourages proper triage of casualties as dozens of injuries can be worn on each MTU, channeling their attention on saving preventable deaths, preventing additional casualties, and completing their training mission with necessary stressors due to realism.