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"Giving you peace of mind in a challenging world"

RPS Partnership has a busy month in August 2018

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14 September 2018 - RPS Partnership

This last month has been a busy month for RPS Partnership.  We spent some time in Erbil, Kurdistan conducting Hostile Environment Courses for a global NGO. Erbil is the capital city of Iraqi Kurdistan, which borders Turkey, Syria and Iran.  Erbil is a city that has suffered a great deal in recent years however it is slowly recovering and although it may not make everyone’s’ Top Ten holiday destinations list at present, its future is bright. 

RPS Partnership will be running more courses in Erbil; including Driver Training, First Aid and Security training in Erbil for those travelling and working in the area; both in Iraq and Syria.  Contact us on info@rpspartnership.com for more information.

We have just come back from spending time with a Scandinavian based NGO conducting Crisis Management Training.  Their staff will be sent out to hostile environments where they will provide valuable assistance to the Regional NGO’s. 

We have also had the opportunity to conduct Hostile Environment Training in the UK for an independent Production company whose staff are off to make programmes in the Middle East and Syria.   Exciting and interesting to be involved in these types of programmes. We also provide Hostile Environment Training for news crews who bring our news to our radios and TVs.

If you are looking to travel to remote, difficult or hostile locations anywhere in the world, both for work or holiday, come and join us on one of our Hostile Environment Training courses, which will prepare you for anything that your travels may throw at you.

Contact us on info@rpspartnership.com to reserve your place. 

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Photos: Erbil training