Hostile Environment Awareness Training (3 day)
|Start date||9 May 2022|
|End date||11 May 2022|
|Time||9:00 am BST |4:00 AM EDT|
|Provider||Global Risk Advice|
|Type||Other, Security Risk Management, Personal Security, First aid, Field Security, Crisis management, Gender, Security Management, Humanitarian, HEAT, Personal, Security|
Global Risk Advice’s Hostile environment awareness training is a 3-day, residential course designed for those who contribute to the world in challenging, remote or hostile regions. In areas of poor governance, conflict, natural disaster and war, threats like crime and conflict can result in real dangers and medical facilities can be few, poor and far between.
HEAT participants learn to recognise, assess and avoid or handle, risks. Should incidents happen, they’re 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. Global Risk Advice’s certified trainers do support and coach participants during the training and in the period following this training. This supports you in transferring the learned into daily practice.
The subjects they cover:
Our Basic HEAT Course prepares you for travelling and working in dangerous areas After a long flight, you arrive at your hotel. You step out of the taxi, turn around and are confronted with a weapon. The robber is shouting at you. What do you do? Fight, flee or freeze?…
Cette formation à la sécurité personnelle dans le secteur humanitaire, développée par OSC, a un objectif principal simple : Celui de faire acquérir un ensemble d’outils aux participants afin qu’ils se préparent efficacement à la gestion de leur sécurité personnelle sur le terrain. Le PFST vise à former le personnel…
It has been a while since you attended the safety and security course and in the meantime, you have experienced much during travel. What did you do well and on which aspects could you still improve? And how to deal with the increasing threat of terrorism? For whom: For experienced travelers…