Greg Toman is a passionate mountain-man. Greg’s professional background in outdoor adventure guiding and instruction started in 1991, focusing on whitewater rafting and kayaking, rock climbing and bushwalking. After completing post-graduate studies in Outdoor Education in 1992, Greg successfully completed instructor certification programs with the Rockclimbing Instructors' Association of Queensland and the Australian Board of Canoe Education. In 1993, he obtained international instructor qualifications in swiftwater rescue and low to high angle rope rescue and went on to become an instructor trainer and assessor for Rescue 3 International. In collaboration with two other Australian instructors, he was instrumental in establishing the swiftwater / flood rescue discipline throughout Australia, as well as Indonesia and Malaysia. As a founding director of Outdoor Pursuits Group, Greg was responsible for developing and delivering a range of rock climbing, climber self-rescue and cliff rescue courses.
He is an internationally published author of articles pertaining to both swiftwater/flood rescue and rope rescue disciplines. Concurrently, Greg has utilised these specialist skills and knowledge throughout his 23 year career with the Queensland Fire & Emergency Services.
In 2018, Greg was awarded an Australia Day Achievement Medallion for outstanding contribution to the development of technical skills in the field of Remote Rescue meeting the needs of the community of Queensland.
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