Trauma Amputee Simulation training (TAST) is proven to increase survival rates in real life incidents.
Most of our personnel have lost limbs as a direct result of a trauma incident, and are able to bring their experiences to your simulation with unique insight and acting in the field, remaining in character throughout. Medical and emergency services participants are able to experience the effects and management of trauma incidents in the most realistic way possible – we are the only substitute for the real thing.
We believe the quality of training is directly proportional to the quality of real performance, giving your staff a critical advantage when that performance may be needed within 10 minutes of an incident. We pioneer the development of new techniques, leading towards enabling a range of on-casualty interventions, including cannulation, packing out and cricothyrotomy. Our SFX experts enhance the amputee experience, replicating injuries beyond leg and arm injuries. We also recreate traumas like head and facial wounds, eviscerated abdomens and groin wounds.