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Personal Safety and Security Training for Aid Workers / HEAT

 

 

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Deploying to a foreign country can expose humanitarian staff to a number of safety and security threats. In this hostile environment awareness training (HEAT), participants are introduced to a variety of measures to help reduce the likelihood of security-related incidents taking place and given the tools to respond appropriately in dangerous situations.

This course is specifically targeted at humanitarian aid workers who are or will be deployed internationally. Due to the humanitarian principles and the different operational context, safety and security challenges faced by aid workers can differ from those of other actors in the field.

This course has been designed specifically from an NGO perspective to provide the most relevant and appropriate training for humanitarian staff. It is also suitable for journalists and other expats who wish to obtain the know-how and skills to deal with real-time threats while abroad.


Method:

This four-day training consists of a well-balanced mixture of theory and practical training delivered by a variety of security experts with extensive international experience. Essential theory learned in the classroom will be put into practice during a stressful, highly realistic field exercise, where participants will be confronted with key issuessuch as roadblocks, mines and other hostile situations.  

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