Remote and Austere Medical Skills Course
The RAMS is a five day course providing medical skills and didactic learning for the deployed and operational medical practitioner. It continues from where the TTEMS course left off. In order to attend the RAMS course, delegates need to have taken the TTEMS or have similar training from life experience or from other training providers.
The aim of the Remote and Austere Medical Skills (RAMS) Course is to provide innovative and expert medical skills for the operational, deployed and offshore practitioners to become better and more proficient in their professional career.
The RAMS course is approved through the Wilderness Medical Society for up to 34 credits towards the
Fellowship of the Academy of Wilderness Medicine
This course has been used by NREMT Paramedics to meet CME requirements for recertification.
The RAMS course is accredited for college credits through the EU credit scheme.
ECTS credits have been used globally for applying for other appropriate academic programmes.
ECTS college credits: 10