The College is licensed as a Higher Education Institution (License number: 2018-22) by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education.
It is a degree granting institution using the European Credit Transfer Scheme (ECTS).
The College provides accreditation from the Wilderness Medical Society. Delegates can gain Fellowship credits for the Fellow of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine for the following courses:
Remote Medical Life Support (24 points)
Tropical Travel and Expedition Medical Skills (29.75 points)
Remote and Austere Medical Skills (34 points)
The CoROM Remote Paramedic course provides the IBSC Tactical Paramedic board certification exam. The TP-C is an advanced paramedic certification that was specifically designed for SWAT medics, Special Forces Medical Sergeants (18D) and SEAL Corpsman.
Additionally, CoROM Remote Paramedic graduates can earn the Diploma of Paramedical Science from the Department of Education of Australia. This degree has been used by our graduates to apply for registration with the UK HCPC Paramedic registry.
The Mount Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College jointly accredits our Tropical Medicine courses.
Our International Critical Care Paramedic and our Flight Paramedic board certifications are certified by the International Board of Specialty Certifications from the United States.