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A world leader
in delivering
medical training
Any scenario.
Anywhere in the world. Delivered in one place.
A training experience for when ‘maybe’ just isn’t good enough.

At Iqarus we firmly believe that learners who attend one of our courses will be able to save a life, we also believe in providing the most immersive and realistic pre-hospital care training courses available.

Over two decades of instruction and learner feedback have allowed us to refine, improve and enhance our programmes, enabling us to provide cost-effective, practical, and relevant solutions that address our learners’ needs and challenges.

The real-world experiences and cutting-edge clinical guidelines that our courses provide will effectively prepare learners to save a life, no matter what environment they might find themselves in.

Ged Healy

Director, Global Head of Training and Development


We’ll prepare you for the most challenging situations and environments.
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    There’s barely any light, the space is tight and cramped. You can see your patient up ahead, they’re clearly distressed. You’re close but how are you going to treat them in such a confined space? In our Tunnel Room you’ll face your patients fears and possibly your own.


    With the ability to run 16 different scenarios, the Urban Environment is an incredibly dynamic space. Day, night, fire, bombs we’ve got it all and just when you think you have a handle on it… we may just conjure up a flash flood! This is a fully immersive learning experience for challenging environments.


    Ever set up a triage when it’s -20 degrees? Everything you’ve trained for is suddenly more difficult when you can see your breath in front of your face. When your fingers are stiff and cold, and when your patient is wearing so many layers you can’t see the injury. Experience these real-life challenges and more in our Arctic Room.


    It’s hot, the sweat’s dripping off your face. Just when you think you couldn’t feel anymore uncomfortable, it starts to rain. Your patient had an accident, you need to react and quickly but how will you keep your kit and the wound dry? Find out in our Jungle Room.


    It’s hot, distractingly hot, the air you’re breathing is heavy. And then there’s the sand, it’s in everything. It sticks to your hands, your kit, it’s on your patient and in their wound. How are you going to manage the scene?


    Our purpose built and designed combat battle lanes give our TCCC and TECC users 12,000 square foot of floor space with pyrotechnics, battle simulated noise, maisonette floors, moveable walls and structures, dimly lit tunnels for escape and cover, window frames to avoid, sandbagged defensive positions and much more. This is an ever-changing environment which causes distraction and confusion, and centres around fast paced movement and tactics for managing injured colleagues whilst under fire. All casualties that are encountered are actors and role players with realistic casualty simulation injuries, the ever-present smell of cordite strengthens the assault on the senses as you try to drag or move a casualty whilst under pressure from all angles.


    The Command Room was expertly designed by our staff who have first-hand experience in high pressure command appointments within the Police, Fire Service, NHS, Oil & Gas and Security Industry. Via our extensive network of discreet cameras and hidden two-way audio devices, management teams of learners can view their staff handling an incident within the Immersive Training Centre (ITC). This room plays a vital part in the dynamic management of a scenario. The management team can alter the situation rapidly by changing the weather inside the ITC, they can instigate a simulated fire, increase smoke to restrict sight and movement, they can place more role players into the scenario and start a riot or disturbance, they can order the arrival of a simulated rescue by the Military, Police or Fire services using real vehicles and role players dressed in the correct uniforms. The Command Room has two-way radio communications, banks of TV monitors with live views of the scenarios unfolding within the ITC. It provides a unique opportunity for managers to witness the actions of their teams firsthand without being seen or being present in the scenario. It is also used to rehearse and test commanders and managers on how they organise their teams during a major or minor incident.