For the last 5 years we have run tailored made training days, on some occasions with ans additional day for medical training. Objective will run a general training day on Sunday 24th June 2018 with the medical day on Monday 25th June 2018. There is a reserve general training day on Tuesday 27th as Sunday 24th is nearly full.
Objective Travel Safety can provide you with the ‘tool kit' you need to survive the road trip across mountain ranges, deserts and other rough terrains. The finish line is in the Russian city of Ulan Ude, and to make sure you get there safely, Objective can create a course that’s tailored to your needs, and your individual journey through to the finishing line.
We know that while the Mongolian rally is one single event, each group of participants will have their own individual journey. With the expedition becoming more and more popular each year, Objective Travel Safety often have many groups undertake the course, splitting the overall cost. The Mongol Rally safety course is a one day course, held in Northamptonshire with the First Aid Day being an optional extra. The topics include:
- Situational awareness
- Country research covering history, religion, social issues and travel risks etc
- Route selections - best things to see
- Insurance, Carnet de Passage, emergency medial evacuation options
- Personal and vehicle security
- Route selection and safety
- Navigation and navigation aids, maps, tracking devices
- Dealing with local authorities
- Basic vehicle maintenance
- Vehicle packing, accommodation and camping
- Kidnap and ransom
Mongol Rally Expedition Medical Day. This day is focused on providing some very useful but also potentially life saving medical training. The main topics that will be covered are:
- Basic life support
- Control of bleeding
- Vehicle and personal medical packs
- Breaks and burns
- Managing road accident situations
- Casualties in vehicles
- Staying healthy, hot and cold injuries, safe food and water, field hygiene
Dates for 2018 are:
Mongol Rally Safety course day: Sunday 24th June 2018 with a reserve day on Tuesday 27th June 2018.
Course location: Bragborough Lodge Farm, Braunston, Northants NN11 7HA
Please call on 01788 899029 or email to reserve a place. Cost for the day would be £150 + VAT = £180 per person. This includes lunch, tea and drinks. For those who wish to do both, day overnight accommodation is available in local pub, the Olde Coach House at Ashby St Ledgers: www.oldecoachhouse.co.uk. In the past many team have elected to camp in our fields, a good opportunity to try out the gear!
The medical training day is on Monday 25th June 2018. There will be a strong emphasis on road traffic accidents as well as basic life support, staying healthy and field hygiene. Course content details are above. The cost of the day is £150 + Vat = £180. However there is a 10% discount for those attending both days, therefore £324.
If you would like to reserve or book onto either course please call the office on 01788 899029. We will then send you course joining instructions and a programme.
"A first rate course to prepare you for the unknown. Charlie and his team gave me the confidence and knowledge to understand what equipment I should be taking, how to prepare my vehicle, how to approach uncertain and even dangerous situations, and more! Their course brings the reality of the adventure home - something that is very difficult to understand, whether you have done something like the Mongol Rally before or not".
Jamie Reynolds comments following our June 2017 Mongol Rally Training Day
"Objective Travel Safety provided us with the best preparation for the Mongol Rally that we could have hoped for. On multiple occasions during our travels we were saved by the knowledge gained on our two day experience and I can honestly say we probably wouldn't have completed the rally without it! Charlie and his team created an enjoyable and hugely thorough course that I would highly recommend to any adventurer!”
Ben 2013 Mongol Rally Course Attendant.
"Excellent day with a very knowledgeable and enthusiastic trainer. Highly recommend for any type of trip" -
Rhys Howells, April 2016 following course in June 2015 prior to his trip on 2015 Mongol
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