Resources

When we look at your needs, we look at them in terms of the bigger picture - and part of that bigger picture is giving you access to expert resources across our full range of training, equipment and services.

Blog - The Raven Speaks

Visit our blog to get the latest industry updates, equipment reviews, insider perspectives on tradeshows and professional conferences, and guest articles written by our technical rescue instructors.

Newsletter - The Raven News

Our monthly newsletter taps into our vast resources to to bring you the current landscape in the rescue world - from technical training specials on motorized boat and confined space, to issues like the role of women in rescue, the Raven News will keep you at the head of your profession.

FAQs

Curious why drysuit size you need to rent for your course? Wondering what certification you should have if you're operating a small boat at work?  Ask away!  Our FAQs will answer your questions.

Videos

Technical rescue techniques presented straight from the field, to equipment reviews from our Equipment Warehouse, check out our video gallery.  And there's more where that came from on our YouTube channel. 

TRAINING

Feb 7-10

Wilderness First Responder “Bridge”

  • $499
  • Squamish, BC
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Feb 7-10

Wilderness First Responder - Recertification

  • $499
  • Squamish, BC
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Feb 8-9

Ice Rescue Technician

  • $399
  • Canmore, AB
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Feb 9-10

Ice Rescue Technician

  • $399
  • Whistler, BC
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EQUIPMENT

Scarab Rescue Tool

The Scarab® represents five years of research and testing by Rick Lipke and the design team at Conterra. It was born out of the need for a small, simple device that could easily control heavy rescue loads, as well as excel at pick offs, twin rope systems and other general rescue techniques. The Scarab® does all this and more.

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BLOG...the Raven Speaks

The Future Is YOW

January 14, 2019

How Cold Can You Go?

December 12, 2018

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TESTIMONIALS

Paul Olshefsky, Public Safety Specialist
Gros Morne National Park(Parks Canada)

Wilderness Medical Associates, Canada gave us the training that we require to work in a wilderness setting. The instruction was beyond our expectations and presented in a very professional manner.

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