NGO safety and security training (3 days)
|Start date||13 Mar 2023|
|End date||15 Mar 2023|
|Time||9:00 am GMT |5:00 AM EDT|
|Cost||€ 1.690,- (including all materials, 2 nights’ accommodation and complete care)|
How to deal with corruption during your stay aboard? What if you encounter a medical issue in a remote area? How to keep your tension under control when being mugged? What is your strategy when being abducted? This – and more – you will learn during the NGO safety and security training.
For whom: For employees of NGOs travelling in urban and remote areas. The training is suitable both for people who go on short trips, and people who remain abroad for longer periods of time.
Duration of the training: 3 days, including overnight stay
Objective of the training: The goal of this training is to increase your personal safety during travel. After the training, you will be more aware of risks, know better how to avoid them, and you will have learned to deal with high-risk situations in remote areas.
Content of the training:
Day 1 from 09am till 09pm
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