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Stay Safe Key Skills Training: Hostage Incident Management

Stay Safe Key Skills Training: Hostage Incident Management table
Date10 Sep 2019 11 Sep 2019
Time12:03 pm
Provider Human Development Forum Foundation (HDFF)
AddressBangkok, Thailand
Booking URLhttp://hdff.org/hdtc/
Description

The two-day HDFF-designed Stay Safe Key Skills Training “Hostage Incident Management (HIM)” is a course aiming to give participants a profound overview of hostage situations, both from the hostage side and the management side. This intensive training includes scenario-based management aspects, practical aspects as well as media management in hostage situations. HIM follows international regulations on managing this type of incident.

Objectives

  • raise awareness of hostage prevention measures
  • highlight the importance of the “Golden Hour” from victim’s and management’s side
  • introduce media management in hostage incidents
  • highlight the benefits of a clear kidnapping policy 

Stay Safe Key Skills Training: Hostage Incident Management (2 days)

Date:           10 – 11 September 2019

Location:    Bangkok, Thailand

Cost:           Regular Price        – $670USD

Early Bird              -$ 590 USD

HOW TO REGISTER:

To register for this course, Please complete the following steps for registration and payment:

Course Code: SSTHIM-2019_2

Apply for the training or request a registration form from info@hdff.org or isabelo@gmail.com.

  1. Receive a registration form & sign back
  2. Receive e-mail confirmation with attached invoice and useful information
  3. Pay 10 days in advance of training for early bird discount
  4. Receive a soft copy of the receipt of payment via e-mail and the final receipt on the training day
  5. Attend the training

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:

09 August for nationals who require a visa to travel to Thailand;

04 September 2019 for those who do not require a visa.

HDFF reserves the right to make changes to training events on short notice.

For registration and queries contact: info@hdff.org

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