Bridging the gap between humans and animals

The face of conservation and medicine has changed drastically in the last few years,more and more demands have been placed on individuals working in conservation to act in a tactical role and be able to treat injuries sustained by both human and animals at the hand of poachers, on the other hand, civilian medical personnel are required to treat injuries in remote and often in dangerous wilderness areas across Africa.

We have used our experiences working across Southern Africa to build a series of courses and products that will equip professionals and lay persons wishing to enter careers in wilderness adventures, conservation, emergency medicine, security and law enforcement with knowledge and skills to survive  and make a tangible difference in the world.

Locally and internationally accredited courses have been sourced in order to provide the highest level proven knowledge and skills to be transferred.