Overland Guide Level 4
International Adventures in extremely remote environments, high risk and long durations (NON Hostile)
1. Pre-Ride planning
2. Able to assess riders needs and abilities
3. Check weather conditions and make judgments on the forecast
4. Plan a ride to suit the needs of the group, single or multiple days
5. Able to use GPS systems/ Maps
6. Able to give a clear and precise Pre-Ride Brief to Standard
7. Confident and positive group management skills
8. Documentations requirements and organisational procedures
9. Duty of Care
10. Customer Care
11. Incident Management
12. Understands Access in the relevant locations of operations.
13. Understands their role and how to manage Level 1 Run Leaders
14. Understands Multi-day trip planning and appropriate distances and expectations of the group
15. Understands Legal and beuqacratic influences of travel in high risk areas.
16. Able to develop and create contingency plans that are fit and practicable.
17. Can demonstrate a high level of risk management and produce evidence to ensure the adventure is achievable and beneficial.
Minimum First Aid courses accepted: FPOS i, FREC3
+ WEM or WMT Advanced Medicine for Remote Environments or equivalent.