|Start date||21 Jan 2023|
|End date||21 Jan 2023|
|Time||8:30 pm GMT |3:30 PM EST|
|Provider||CSD - Centre for Safety and Development|
How can I stay prepared for dangerous situations?
When you are working in complex environments, you deal with security related issues on a daily basis. Repetition is key to perform effectively and efficiently and to travel safely under dangerous circumstances in unsafe areas. The CSD Refresher Course will help you to maintain and improve awareness, knowledge and skills. This way you make sure your response to life-threatening situations stays top-notch.
Why choose a Refresher Course?
Practice through hyper-realistic simulations
CSD believe in the power of simulation. Their team of specialist (trainers, actors and roleplay) offer you the chance to respond to threatening situations in a safe environment.
Safe learning environment
CSD has a team of professionals to make sure this will be the best and safest learning experience you ever had. If you need additional support during the training, they have trained staff available to accommodate this.
Personal instruction cards
At the end of each module you will receive an instruction card with a summary of everything you have learned. They are waterproof, so ideal for carrying in the field to support you during your travels.
Content & subjects:
For whom: Staff working and/or travelling in unsafe areas who have attended a Safety & Security Course in the past.
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