Remote Emergency Care exists to support trainers in providing high-quality, practical, concept-based first aid and pre-hospital care training for wilderness environments to diverse groups.
Remote Emergency Care is a certifying body – our courses are approved or recognised by many organisations:
- The UK Health and Safety Executive approves Remote Emergency Care to provide First Aid at Work courses (HSE approval number 45/04).
- Our two- or three-day level 2 courses and four-day level 3 courses are suitable for outdoor instructors, and meet the first aid training requirements of the major outdoor National Governing Bodies (MLTUK, BOS, BCU, RYA, etc).
Remote Emergency Care is committed to quality and not profit. If we do make a profit, 100% of it is ploughed back into our trainers' continuing professional development, and the development of new courses.