Mountain Training Guidelines
All Mountain Training awards require a valid First Aid Certificate. The Remote Emergency Care Level 2 Outdoor First Aid Course has been designed to meet these requirements for all their courses. We will tailor the course to meet any specific requests by any candidate.
Mountain Training states: "The minimum requirement is that such a course must involve at least two full days or sixteen hours of instruction and include an element of assessment. Candidates are further expected to undertake such additional elements of first aid training as are consistent with their work in wild and remote country, including emergency assistance and evacuation techniques. It is the responsibility of award holders and/or their employers to evaluate their likely work and the type of situations that they can reasonably expect to encounter and to maintain current appropriate first aid training and qualifications..” The only exception is CWA holders you could attend our Remote Emergency Care Level 1 Outdoor course.