Fundamental of Critical Care Support (FCCS)-Disaster Management

The licensed FCCS course provides a comprehensive learning experience by combining expert-developed lectures with hands-on skill stations and is available in two instructor-led formats—traditional licensed and online licensed. The traditional licensed course consists of in-person lectures and skill stations and the online licensed course consists of online lectures and in-person skill stations. 

Fundamental Disaster Management Course ensures healthcare professionals are prepared to treat victims of natural or man-made mass casualty events. The course arms critical care professionals with the expertise to manage the critical care response to large-scale disasters. It focuses on critically ill patients who are admitted to your hospital and is a must for clinicians who may come in contact with critically ill and/or injured patients after a mass casualty event.

  • Didactic lectures
  • Case-based skill stations
  • Pre and Post tests
  • Companion textbook
  • Certificate of successful course completion


  • Introduction: Fundamental Disaster Management

  • ICU Microcosm Within Disaster Medical Response

  • Augmenting Critical Care Capacity During a Disaster

  • Critical Care Management of Chemical Exposures

  • Biohazard Disasters: Natural and Intentional Outbreaks

  • Critical Care Management of Radiologic Exposures

  • Blast Injuries

  • Mass Casualty Burn Care

  • Disasters Produced by Natural Phenomena

  • Caring for Critically Ill Children and Chronically Ill Patients During Disasters

  • Delivering Acute Care to Chronically Ill Adults in Shelters

  • Disaster Triage and Allocation of Scarce Resources

  • Sustained Mechanical Ventilation Outside Traditional Intensive Care Units


  • Impact 754

  • LP10

  • Personal Protective Equipment

  • Triage

  • LTV 12000

  • Entry-level residents
  • Medical officers
  • Trainees in critical care & emergency medicine
  • Non-Intensivist taking care of critical care patients
  • Critical care health professionals with the expertise to manage the critical care response to large-scale disasters.
  • Attending all didactic sessions
  • Successful completion of all skill stations
  • Achieve a score of 70% or higher in the post-test examination