DCI offers the following training services:
- basic trainings (combat rescue, war surgery and medicine);
- training in specific environments (aviation, diving…).
Combat rescue training is designed for three audiences:
- combat personnel, learning life-saving procedures for wounded personnel;
- Special Forces and health auxiliaries: learning certain invasive procedures;
- nurses and doctors: emergency surgical and crisis management procedures.
Training in war medicine and surgery is designed for hospital staff, doctors, surgeons, anaesthetist-resuscitators, psychiatrists and specialised nurses. Training combines theoretical courses and practical work. The focus is on the specificities of operational medicine.
Trainings in specific environment are more specifically focusing on trainings in particular and constraining fields for armed forces.
Amongst others, we find aviation medicine or naval medicine but also hostile environments such as mountain environment, desert environment or humid tropical environment.