Unique expertise due to a background in Dutch Special Forces

Operational experience in, amongst others, jungle, mountains, desert, and arctic terrain

Instructors with extensive experience as (military) doctor

Instructors with extensive experience as SF Medic

Austere (remote) Medicine Training

Triangular Group Academy’s Austere Medicine course trains participants in providing first aid and trauma care in areas without direct aids. Remote or isolated areas such as wind farms, areas where a natural disaster has occurred, or nature reserves often have no medical facilities and no possibility of transporting injured people. In other words, in the cases mentioned above, there is no care chain.

In this training course, trainees without any formal medical background are trained to stabilize wounded individuals. They will learn to do this in the absence of a doctor or care facility for an extended period of time, and they will learn how to prepare them for transport. Thus, the Austere Medicine course at TGA prepares trainees to provide innovative and expert first aid and trauma care, at the edges of civilization.

The Austere Medicine training can be fully tailored to the needs of trainees. Possible modules are preparation and planning, preventive care, stabilizing life-threatening injuries according to TCCC, bone fractures, cervical spine injuries, head and brain injury, prolonged field care, first-line medicine, medication and pain relief, relocation techniques, hypo- and hyperthermia, region-dependent care (jungle/desert/arctic/mountains/water), and flora and fauna.

TGA uses the latest educational resources. 

Our instructors

TGA’s medical instructors have extensive experience in providing training courses and have operational experience as Dutch Special Forces medics. The instructors have provided care as a medical specialist in high-threat situations and have experience in decision-making under stressful circumstances. This knowledge and experience enables our instructors to prepare trainees effectively for a variety of scenarios in the tactical / medical domain. During the Austere (remote) Medicine course, the TGA instructors work togehter with Outdoor Medicine physicians, that have experience with providing medical care in extreme situations.
All TGA TECC-LEO instructors are PHTLS and TCCC trained.

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Course content Austere Medicine

  • Preparation and planning
  • Preventive care
  • Stabilizing life-threatening injuries according to TCCC
  • Fractures
  • Cervical spine injury
  • Head and brain injury
  • Prolonged fieldcare
  • Front-line medical care
  • Medication and pain relief 
  • Techniques for transport
  • Hypo- and Hyperthermia
  • Region-dependent care (jungle/desert/arctic/mountains/ water)
  • Flora and fauna

In collaboration with: 

Outdoor Medicine



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Our instructors are internally supervised in terms of content and didactics. This gives them the knowledge and skills required for training at the highest level.

Tim Müller

Operational manager

The goal of our courses is to truly prepare students for reality. That is why I strive to provide the highest possible education quality.

Rob Smets

Product manager

Our clients say

“TGA is our reliable partner that provides the DGOTC with the instruction capacity it needs. I am very satisfied with the flexibility, cooperation, and quality of the instructors.”


Colonel J. Hulst | C-DGOTC

"Keep up the good work! QPO!"

Trainee, First Responder Course, Royal Marine Corps

"The operational context we received was of great value!"

Trainee, First Reponder Course, Dutch SOF

"With a heart for the profession, Triangular Group Academy gave me the necessary experience for my future as a combat nurse."

Trainee combat nurse program, Sergeant 1st class, Joey

"The instructors of TGA are professional and experienced. TGA's TECC-LEO training has contributed to our operational knowledge and has taken us as a group to a more professional level."

Teamleader, Student TECC-LEO course

"The instructors are an asset to your company! They know what they're talking about and have a relaxed way of teaching, which is really pleasant. Furthermore they had a great connection with the group of students. The only thing I can say is: Keep up the good work!"

Trainee, First Respondent Course, Marine Corps

"It was pleasant that the instructors had a lot of experience themselves. This increased the credibility of the information!"

Trainee, First Respondent Course, Schaarsbergen


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