Expedition Care Program

The Kiln

Grange Road


Surrey GU10 1DJ

United Kingdom



+44 (0)1483 810785


+44 (0)1483 810223



We can offer a variety of worldwide bespoke training solutions to the commercial and charity expedition sectors. From basic first aid through to advanced medical programmes.

Examples of some of our programmes can be found below. Please contact our office to discuss your requirements.

Although these courses are progressive in nature, they can also be used as stand alone programmes.

ECP Level 1 - Explorer First Aid

Duration: 1 Day

This 1-day basic course is designed to give the individual a grounding in remote medicine. This course exceeds the recommendations for the HSE approved Emergency First Aid at Work course and is valid for a period of 3 years.

ECP Level 2 - Exploration Medicine

Duration: 2 Days

This 2-day course is designed for group leaders working in remote areas. This course is recognised by all outdoor governing bodies e.g. MLTB, BCU, RYA etc. and exceeds the recommendations for the HSE EFAW course.

ECP Level 3 - FREC Level 3

Duration: 5 Days

FREC 3 is  certificated by the Royal College of Surgeons. This course was specifically designed for those 90 minutes or more away from assistance.

ECP Level 4 - Remote Area Medical Management R.A.M.M™

Duration: 7 Days

Our Remote Environment Medical Training course is a 7-day advanced level course which is designed to expand the suite of skills and knowledge available to those who already have training in the field of Pre-Hospital Care.

ECP Level 5 - ECP Medic

Duration: 2 Days

This course is designed for Doctors, Nurses and Expedition Leaders and covers a range of advanced techniques including an introduction to invasive techniques for non statutory medics to assist statutory medics in the use of these techniques in remote environments. Pre-requisites are required for this course.


Source: Royal Geographical Society


"Highly enjoyable and informative - with great practicalities and excllent experience level from course tutors"

Simon - ITN

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