Trilogy HSE

Training Course

Trilogy HSE

TECC/Street Medicine Instructor Course – Active Bystander

Why the Trilogy TECC/Street Medicine Course – If you are a Firearms Instructor, Security Instructor, Safety Instructor, or School Administrator/Teacher, this is the course for you. It is taught by TCCC and TECC Instructors. You learn the essential first responder level skills including tourniquets, wound packing, hemostatics, and airway management. You DO NOT learn surgical airways, needle decompression, pharmacology, and blood products. Why waste your training time learning skills that you are not authorized to use and most likely would never encounter? We are all for training, and learning new skills, but the facts are simple. The TECC/Street Medicine Course is TCCC/TECC without ALS interventions. How do we know, WE TEACH TCCC. Read our evaluations, check out our client list. The choice is simple, TECC/STREET MEDICINE is for you!

This course is a Train the Trainer program. Upon completion of the course you will have the ability to offer the TECC/Street Medicine – Active Bystander Course. This course is in high demand and perfect for the civilian concealed carry, schools, and others.

Successful Instructor Candidates will receive USB with all materials necessary to conduct training. During the course you will learn how to establish a TECC program and comply with C-TECC Guidelines.

Based on TCCC/TECC Concepts and following the approved C-TECC Guidelines, this course provides the non-medical first responder the skills necessary to provide critical life-saving intervention until EMS arrives. The student will complete a tactical medicine course integrated with instructor development training. This course builds upon the fundamentals of first aid and emergency care and introduces the latest concepts in emergency treatment. Upon successful completion the instructor will have the knowledge, tools, and resources to provide Tactical Medicine training to other civilian personnel.

Topics include: Advanced Airway Management, hemorrhage control including combat gauze and tourniquets, and recognition and treatment of shock. The Instructor Candidate will learn instructional techniques to maximize student learning, learn to present skill building sessions and scenarios, and lead fellow students through learning exercises and skill stations.

Training provided in this course is beneficial to all public safety personnel, school personnel, concealed carry, and all others interested in an Active Shooter Response.  Instructors are allowed to teach subject matter that falls within their scope of practice. You are not AUTHORIZED to teach skills beyond your scope of practice. This follows the C-TECC Guidelines.



Student Registration Form – This form is used for all course locations. Please download and fax or email to our office.

Course Syllabus – Download the syllabus for more information on course contents


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