ERS, together with our customers, we successfully develop a Recruitment e Training service, providing an income, developing their skills, supporting the communities in which we operate and creating pathways and a future work force through our apprentice and trainee programs.


The global ERS training division sets the benchmark for medical, hostile environment and travel safety training. Our team of expert trainers have first-hand operational experience mitigating risks in complex international locations, remote areas and high-density urban centers.

Our High-Risk Environment Training (HRET) has been designed to assist executives, expat travelers, work crews, media teams and NGOs prepare for and manage risk whilst travelling and working in complex, potentially hostile situations. The course is delivered through immersive lectures, discussion groups, workshops, realistic training simulations and exercises to suit varied learning styles. Our team of experts pay particular focus to preparation and planning, threat identification & risk mitigation strategies, self-sufficiency, situational awareness and trauma management.


  • Specialist Recruitment
  • Temp and permanent technical, professional and executive recruitment
  • Ex- Defence Personal and spousal placement
  • Training and career pathways programs
  • Executive Search
  • Our High-Risk Environment Training (HRET)
  • Travel safety, kidnap avoidance and captivity survival
  • Survival courses in hostile environments
  • Working with conventional and non-conventional security forces/providers
  • Vehicular extraction techniques
  • Advanced trauma and first aid techniques

Note. As students are exposed to a heightened level of personal stress and discomfort during training simulations, we implement risk mitigation measures with onsite support personnel.

Why employ a veteran?

Veterans come from diverse backgrounds and bring sought-after qualifications, skills, experience and an ability to work collaboratively under pressure.

Veterans bring specialist qualifications and technical expertise in diverse fields including healthcare, trades, engineering, project management and logistics, information management, communications, security and many more.

Why employ a Defence family member?

The families of Defence personnel, often come with unique and highly-valuable skills and characteristics including resilience, agility, loyalty and strong values.

With the changing living and working environments faced by many defence families, the partners and children of defence personnel often find it difficult to find employment due to their travel requirements. For this reason, partners and families of defence personnel face similar challenges securing long-term employment as those that served.

In an increasingly competitive labour market, access to experienced and highly skilled candidates is a competitive advantage.