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Basic HEAT Course

Basic HEAT Course table
Start date27 Sep 2021
End date29 Sep 2021
Time8:30 am CEST |2:30 AM EDT
Provider CSD - Centre for Safety and Development
LocationSoesterberg, The Netherlands
Type Personal Security
Cost€ 2.450,00
Booking URLhttps://centreforsafety.org/apply-for-our-courses/?trainingID=
Description

Be prepared for travelling and working in dangerous areas!

After a long flight, you arrive at your hotel. You step out of the taxi, turn around and are confronted with a weapon. The robber is shouting at you. What do you do? Fight, flee or freeze?

CSD believe there is another option: to react consciously, relying on your self-awareness and experience. During the Basic HEAT Course (Hostile Environment Awareness Training), you discover the tools you need to work in medium and high-risk areas.

Why choose a Basic HEAT Course?

CSD believe in the power of simulation

Their team of trainers and actors offer you the chance to respond to life-threatening situations in a safe learning environment. These simulated exercises are so realistic that you will feel they are really happening. You will learn about your instinctive responses and how to control them.

Safe learning environment

Your personal safety and well-being are the primary concern. CSD have a team of professionals to make sure this will be the best and safest learning experience you ever had. If you need extra personal guidance, there is time and professional staff for additional support.

Personal medical kit and instructions cards

During the module “Medical Accident Control” their specialists teach you to use a professional medical kit specifically designed for remote areas. You will receive this medical kit (value € 99,-) for free to bring home and on your travels. At the end of each segment of the HEAT training, you will receive an instruction card with a summary of everything you have learned.

Content & subjects:

  • Security & Situational Awareness
  • Field Security Plans
  • Risk Assessment & Mitigation
  • Gender Specific Risks
  • Personal Risk Profile
  • Communication Skills (in the field)
  • Radio & Satellite Phone
  • Medical Accident Control
  • Life Saving Skills in Remote Areas
  • Basic Life Support & AED
  • Dealing with Aggression
  • Stress Management
  • Hostage Prevention & Survival
  • Field Safety Skills
  • Checkpoints & Road Blocks
  • Active Shooting, Ambushes and Carjacking
  • Ammunition and Weapon Awareness
  • Simulations and Field Exercises

Further information:

For whom: Staff working and/or travelling in medium to high-risk areas.
Language: English (in-company also in French and Dutch)
Duration: 3 days, including two evening programs (32 hours)
Breakdown of time: 30% theory, 30% practice, 40% simulations
Group size: Maximum 14 (during simulations maximum of 7)
Location: Soesterberg, The Netherlands
Dietary wishes: Vegetarian/vegan/halal/other
Certification: Yes
Free E-Learning: Yes (after 1 year)
Costs: € 2.450,-(including all materials, 2 nights accommodation and food & beverage)

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