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One Security Training/Refresher

One Security Training/Refresher table
Start date4 Oct 2022
End date4 Oct 2022
Time9:00 am CEST |3:00 AM EDT
Provider Global Risk Advice
LocationDiepenveen, Netherlands
Type Personal, Security, Security Risk Management, Personal Security, First aid, Field Security
Cost350
Booking URLhttps://globalriskadvice.com/training/one-day-refresher/
Description

Global Risk Advice’s 1 day security training is the perfect refresher, because it is also accessible for those who travel to lower risk areas. It covers most important topics briefly and is an active encouraging day to upgrade situational and security awareness. Their 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.

Topics:

  • Security awareness
  • Risk assessment
  • Medical accident response
  • Risk-reducing behaviour
  • Exercises regarding robbery, petty crime, corruption and checkpoints.

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