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NGO Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) Level 4/Level 5

NGO Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) Level 4/Level 5 table
Start date11 Apr 2023
End date13 Apr 2023
Time7:45 am EDT |12:45 PM BST
Provider RSM Corp
Location
Type HEAT
CostLevel 4, Two-Day Course: $1,691, valid for 2 years; Level 5, Three-Day Course: $1,848, valid for 3 Years
Booking URLhttps://www.rsmconsulting.us/events/ngo-hostile-environment-awareness-training-level-4-level-5-41/
Description

Date(s) – 4/11/2023 – 4/13/2023
Day 1: 7:45 am – 5:00 pm
Day 2: 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Day 3 (if applicable, Level 5 and 6 Course Only): 7:15 am – 5:00 pm
Day 4 (if applicable, Level 6 Course Only): 7:45 am – 5:00 pm

Level 4: Two (2) day blend of classroom and outdoor scenario-based HEAT course

The two day RSM HEAT course includes an initial day of training addressing a mixture of theory and practical based lessons, discussion groups and practical training on international travel risk management, personal safety and security awareness, hotel and guest house security, land-based risk management, female security awareness, LGBTQIA risk awareness, active shooter and armed aggressor threats, operational and information security, leadership under high stress conditions and small team cohesiveness, and remote casualty stabilization theory. The second day of training is field focused, addressing reactions to gunfire, illegal checkpoints, mines, booby-traps, UXO and indirect fire threats, carjacking risks, escaping from restraints, emergency driving techniques, remote casualty scenarios, searching vehicles for explosives, self-defense techniques, and kidnap and ransom scenarios.

Level 5: Three (3) day classroom and practical-based HEAT course

The three day RSM HEAT course includes an initial day of training addressing a mixture of theory and practical based lessons, discussion groups and practical training on international travel risk management, personal safety and security awareness, hotel and guest house security, land-based risk management, female security awareness, LGBTQIA risk awareness, active shooter and armed aggressor threats, operational and information security, leadership under high stress conditions and small team cohesiveness, and remote casualty stabilization theory. The second day of training is field focused, addressing reactions to gunfire, illegal checkpoints, mines, booby-traps, UXO and indirect fire threats, carjacking risks, escaping from restraints, emergency driving techniques, remote casualty scenarios, searching vehicles for explosives, self-defense techniques, and kidnap and ransom scenarios. The third day requires groups to plan for a field-deployed mission, and then implement various tasks within a local community which is then subject to a series of stress-inducing scenarios – testing the participants planning and management of various threats under realistic conditions.

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