The Remote Area survival course is intended for all those who, by profession, hobby, or tourism, go to areas and realities far away from us, both geographically and economically/social/culturally.
SilentCroc organizes Remote Area survival courses open to everyone age sixteen and over. The courses are scheduled according to a predetermined calendar. Below we illustrate the characteristics of the course. It is possible to use the form at the bottom to request more information.
instructors: Outdoor professionals, public safety operators, remote areas procedures experts
instructor/student rate 1:6
Class Duration: 30 effective hours, a mix of theoretical and practical lessons, spread over 2 days
From 10:00 of the first day to 16:00 of the second
Cost: 250 Euro
equipment: participants must be ready and equipped to face the course in any weather condition. Specific equipment will be provided by SilentCroc.
For groups of 12 people or more the course can be carried out in other locations. For info contact us
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The use of qualified personnel by the most developed and organized countries in remote areas is a constantly growing phenomenon that affects all areas of the planet.
The course proposed by SilentCroc aims to give a strong base to co-operatives, military, contract operators, specialized technicians, journalists and tourists, who immerse themselves in areas and realities, that are both from a geographical and an economic/social/cultural point of view, very different from ours. In the course we will deal with how to prepare for a job abroad (pre-deployment phase), whom to contact and how to organize oneself once on site (deployment) and how to transmit a correct set of information at the end of the period (handover). The course will range from the civilized environment to the wilderness, from lighting a fire to finding a friendly contact day and night.
- Remote Area Analysis
- Planning itineraties
- Contacts with agencies
- Reaction to a threat
- SAR (Search And Rescue)
- Useful documents
- Survival skills
- Safe houses
- Recommended minimum equipment
- First aid and management of the injured