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Iqarus Partners with The Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians to Deliver Accredited AREMT Courses Globally

press release 2024 Jan, Iqarus-and-AREMT
press release 2024 Jan, Iqarus-and-AREMT

Hereford, UK, January 2024 – Iqarus, a global leader in designing, developing, and delivering
internationally accredited medical training and education packages, has signed a Memorandum of
Understanding (MOU) with The Australasian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (AREMT).
This partnership allows Iqarus to provide accredited AREMT courses on a global scale.

Iqarus boasts a 20-year history of supporting governments, IGOs, NGOs, militaries, and various
organisations by imparting critical skills and knowledge necessary for managing medical emergencies
in complex environments. The Immersive Training Centre (ITC) in Hereford serves as a hub for
innovation, offering state-of-the-art simulation training environments designed by expert trainers.

With over 20 core courses and tailored training modules, Iqarus adapts to the dynamic needs of
clients and learners. With experienced trainers capable of deploying globally, ensuring consistent
standards whether training at home or in diverse locations worldwide.

The Australasian Registry, a non-profit organisation established in 2004, serves as the International
Emergency Medical Services Certification organisation. The Registry is committed to providing a valid
and uniform process for assessing the knowledge and skills of international EMS professionals.
Focused on a mission of protecting the public, the Australasian Registry fosters a transparent and
innovative environment to advance the International EMS profession.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with The Australian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians in
delivering accredited AREMT courses globally. This partnership represents a powerful synergy
between our expertise and their commitment to advancing international EMS. Together, we aim to
elevate the standards of training and contribute significantly to the growth of the EMS profession,”

said Ged Healy, Global Head of Training & Development at Iqarus.

This collaboration between Iqarus and The Australian Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians
marks a significant step in providing accredited AREMT courses globally. We are excited about the
positive impact this will have on international EMS professionals, fostering excellence in their training
and practice,
said Ron Gui, CEO of AREMT.

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