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Female Traveler Security Training

Female Traveler Security Training table
Start date5 May 2023
End date5 May 2023
Time9:00 am BST |4:00 AM EDT
Provider Global Risk Advice
LocationAt our training facilities in Deventer or location upon request
Type Personal Security, Gender, Security Management, High incident behaviour, Incident Reporting, Personal protection, Personal safety and security, Situational awareness, Stress and trauma treatment, Personal, Security
Cost€350,-
Booking URLhttps://globalriskadvice.com/training/female-traveler-course/
Description

To gain awareness and confidence as a female traveler is the core objective of our 1-day Safety for Female Travelers training.

The majority of security challenges for men and women serving INGOs are the same. Women are not more vulnerable than men, but they do face other types of risks that require specific attention.

To address these gender-related risks, we have developed a female traveler training. This training will be facilitated by women who have extensive experience in living and working overseas and as travelers. Encouragement, solution-finding, and awareness are the focus of this day. The warm approach taken by our trainers allows for women to share their concerns, experiences and questions in a safe and understanding environment.

Topics covered:

  • Preparing for travel as a woman
  • Situational awareness
  • Cultures and boundaries
  • Revealing the patterns of a sex-offender
  • Handling sexual assaults
  • Recovering from incidents
  • Adequate reactions in several scenarios/boundaries
  • Physical response and resilience

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