Our Professional Services Division is the leading provider of services for the outdoor professional in the United States. Our Vice President, Bryan Enberg, is our Pro-Services Division Director. Bryan is a member of the Board of Directors for the National Association for Search & Rescue and also the President of the mountain Rescue Association.

We provide all levels of field search and rescue, wilderness search & rescue, mountain rescue, search management, technical rope rescue and rope access training, as well as credentialing audits, team management and mission consulting, rope access, climbing and rescue equipment sales, outdoor event safety, hazard mitigation at height, wilderness and outdoor medicine, hiking, backpacking and climbing guide training.

The following is a list of courses and programs that can be set up for your organization:

  • Intro to Mountain Rescue
  • Wilderness Search & Rescue
  • SAR-TECH I, II & III
  • SAR Awareness
  • Initial Actions to SAR
  • Fundamentals of SAR
  • Credential Auditing
  • Patient Packaging
  • Litter Handling on Various Terrain
  • Managing the Lost Person Incident
  • High & Low Angle Rescue
  • Wilderness Medicine (WFA, WAFA, WFR & WEMT)
  • CPR & First Aid (ARC, AHA)
  • Guide Training (PCGI & AHGA)


Our Pro-Services Division also provides equipment inspection and sales. We provide rope access technicians and work-at-height workers for all types of jobs in the United States. If you don't see a program above that fits your group's needs then give our office a call to set up a custom course or program. (848) 468-6735 

Our professional instructors have decades of experience in the mountains. Therefore, they are not only certified to deliver materials that are recognized on state and national levels, but they possess invaluable practical experience, which they look forward to imparting to others.

We pride ourselves on focused, efficient program delivery to both paid and volunteer responders.  We are full program providers offering training and certifications for the
National Association for Search & Rescue (NASAR).


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