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Personal Safety Awareness Training – English

Personal Safety Awareness Training – English table
Start date23 Aug 2021
End date27 Aug 2021
Time10:00 am BST |5:00 AM EDT
Provider International Location Safety (ILS)
LocationOnline
Type Personal, Security, Personal Security, First aid, Field Security
Cost£300
Booking URLhttps://www.locationsafety.com/personal-safety-awareness-training
Description

This advanced Personal Safety training is delivered online. It covers the key learning objectives of a Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) course, but without the simulations or face-to-face interaction. When combined with an ILS one day SAFA/HEAT Refresher course, PSAT can be converted to a full HEAT certification.

The course is instructor-led and delivered in a multimedia format over 5 sessions covering:

  • Personal Safety & Security
  • Mitigating Threats
  • Situational Awareness
  • Communications
  • Travel Safety
  • Weapons Awareness
  • Abduction
  • Mental Health
  • Basic Life Support

The programme is recommended to organisations who have groups of staff working in fragile security contexts.

The training is available in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic.

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