Female Traveler Training
|Start date||30 Sep 2021|
|End date||30 Sep 2021|
|Time||9:00 am CEST |3:00 AM EDT|
|Cost||Euro 408,- (including all materials , drinks, lunch and VAT)|
The goal of this female specific international security training is to provide women with more knowledge, expertise and strong defensibility that are essential for females working or traveling abroad. This involves awareness, prevention and avoidance. What does it mean for a woman to go out and what is the travel advice?
With the help of a female trainer and male actors, experienced on the field of aggression and international business, the course will be working with role-plays, best practices and simulations during the entire training. Experience shows, in this field, practice is the best teacher.
After determining personal learning objectives, the following subjects will be dealt with:
The course will mainly pay attention to your behaviour and your influence in different situations. The focus will be on working de-escalating and recognising situations and setting boundaries. No long presentations but learning through experience, sub skills and simulations.
The work is done in small groups with a maximum of 12 participants.
After the training you will receive a certificate of participation.
The focus is on learning by experience, 75% is practical content.
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