Combat Medical Technician Training

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Combat medical technician is the name of a United Kingdom military occupational speciality. These battlefield medics provide emergency medical care for soldiers who fight on the front lines. They also provide medical support with regiments and field hospitals. Army combat medical technicians undergo a training program which last more than a year.


Having good stamina and good health is an important part of this job. Individuals are trained to use their medical skills under extreme pressure. Medical combatants are trained to take orders and expected to act on their own initiative when the need arises.


Recruits begin training on weekends with their unit and the regional recruiting team in their area. Once training is completed trainees attend a two-week training course at an army training regiment. This phase of training usually lasts about a year. Soldiers will learn combat, medical and survival skills in the field.

Advance Training

Once the yearly training is complete there are an additional 19 to 27 more days of training with the medic's assigned unit plus training on weekends. Continuous professional development plans and personal development records are used to help soldiers to use their medical skills for related civilian occupations.

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