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Craig Stevens

Medical Training Manager

Craig comes with a broad and sound level of skills in many and varied disciplines.Having served in the Australian Regular Army and General Reserve with an accumulated 20 years service as a RWAME/Advanced Medical Assistant with the RAAMC.

Since his discharge in 2002 Craig has worked in varied disciplines, Intensive Care Flight Paramedic, Dive Medic Technician (DMT-P), Remote Area/Wilderness/Expedition Medicine. Intensive Care Paramedic Instructor/Examiner, NEPT Station Officer.

Working in remote and overseas locations including but not limited to Solomon Islands (RAMSI), PNG and Africa. Many roles have been primarily paramedical however additional experience in training and operational roles in Metalliferous Surface and Underground Mines Rescue, Dive Medical, RWAME and FWAME retrieval, fire/rescue training and assessment, Safety Management, Risk Manaagement and ISO 4801/18001 Auditing.

Holding a long and distinguished service record with volunteer organisations including but not limited to NTES, St John Ambualnce (NT), SES Vic, CFA, Tasmanian Fire Service in both instructional and operational roles adding up to some 25 years service.

Craig currently maintains firearm disciplines in revolver, semi auto pistol and rifles participating in ISSF, IPSC and Standard Pistol on regular range attendances.
Craig comes with the vision that operational medicine and training needs to be brought into the 21st century and ensure that real life training is imperative in the increasing tactical, operational and civilian medical response service provision. Our emergency services are increasingly challenged in this unstable and challenging national security theatre.