TECC basic

Tactical Emergency Casualty Care - Active Bystander

The 2-day TECC - AB course is intended for everybody that wants to be better prepared for civilian mass casualty or high threat events.

Intended for civilans with little to no medical background, the course give the individual the fundemental life saving skills they need with regards to bleeding control and hypothermia prevention, as well as a broader understanding on how to react to a dynamic direct threat og indirect threat enviroment.

The course follows the current TECC guidelines for

Active Bystanders

Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) is a set of evidenced-based and best practice trauma care guidelines for civilian high-threat pre-hospital environments.  The TECC guidelines are built upon the critical medical lessons learned by US and allied military forces over the past 15 years of conflict and codified in the doctrine of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC). Using the military TCCC guidelines as a starting point, the Committee creates the civilian high threat medical guidelines through a process of literature research, evidence evaluation, expert discussion, and civilian best practices review. The TECC guidelines are built upon the foundations of TCCC but are different to meet the unique needs of the civilian medical and operational environments

Learning objectives:

  • Be confident in the application og tourniquets in a wide range of situations and conditions.
  • Be confident the use of bandages and dressings, both for extremity and junctional injuries.
  • Master essential hypothermia prevention measures in a practical enviroment.
  • Be confident in the management of thoracic injuries, including application of chest seals.
  • Be able to recognize the importance and potential pitfalls with regards to casualty evacuation in a practical setting.
  • Have a understanding for the different phases of treatment under TECC, including situational awareness.


 Bergen, Norway


NOK 3500,- per person

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The price includes all medical equipment needed for the course.

The course fee does not include travel expenses, food or accomodation. Contact us for a list of available accomodation close to the training venue.

Minimum 6 students to run. Max 10 students per course to maintain hands on time.