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HEAT

HEAT table
Start date14 Jun 2021
End date16 Jun 2021
Time9:00 am CEST |3:00 AM EDT
Provider Global Risk Advice
LocationDiepenveen, Netherlands
Type Personal, Security Risk Management
Cost1.150,-, all costs included
Booking URLhttps://globalriskadvice.com/training/hostile-environment-awareness-training-3-days-heat/
Description

HEAT participants learn to recognise, assess, and avoid or handle, risks. Should incidents happen, they are trained to respond according to best practices in the field that optimise the likelihood of a positive outcome.

The course is designed to be safe, encouraging and enjoyable combining practical challenges with relevant theory.

Our dedicated, certified and seasoned trainers do support and coach participants individually during the training and in the period thereafter. This supports you in transferring the learned into daily practice.

The subjects we cover:

  • Mission preparations and disaster preparedness.
  • Risk assessments and situational awareness.
  • Medical accident response.
  • Performance under pressure/ stress handling skills.
  • Risk-reducing behaviour with (armed) crime, corruption, and other situations.
  • Communication Skills.
  • Weapon Awareness.
  • Gender-specific risks.
  • Handling, detention, kidnapping & interrogation.
  • Mental and physical resilience.

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