Over time Objective Travel Safety have developed various courses that cover all the manner of subject matter, see below for more information.
Bespoke designed courses aimed at training the individual so that they can be safe and productive whilst travelling abroad. The course is aimed to compliment the business’s travel procedures. Courses from a one hour briefing, half day through to a full day.
For those working in high risk countries. Duration of the course is typically from two days through to five days and will be adjusted to meet a client’s needs. These courses are popular with NGOs and media workers and they will generally include a strong medical component.
For those planning to do their own mini expedition or perhaps part of the annual Mongol Rally. We have run many one to two day courses for private expeditions. Course will be adjusted to meet needs and in addition to safety training we can also assist with planning, packing and to help to sort the route! One of our early clients were Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman on the Long Way Round and Down motor bike expeditions.
Our one day courses, with a shorter version for schools, has been running since 2003 and has been acclaimed many times in the national media. Whilst its primary aim is to keep the independent traveller safe, we have helped thousands of young travellers maximise their travel opportunity. Regular one day courses are held in London, we suggest attendance should be about 1 month before departure.
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