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HEAT

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Start date15 Jun 2022
End date17 Jun 2022
Provider PMO Security Risk Management (PMO-SRM)
LocationRzeszow, Poland
Type Personal safety and security, Personal Security
Cost1450 EUR
Booking URLhttps://pmo-srm.org/https-praeventia-eu-training-2020/
Description

The purpose of Hostile Environmental Awareness Training or HEAT is to create awareness of how to respond to scenarios you are likely to encounter while working in a hostile or hazardous environment. HEAT has a large 2-day “field component,” where participants have the opportunity to practice live what was taught during the theoretical part of the training.

Each course is interactive and requires a participatory approach. We combine theory with group work, audio-visual methods, exercises, and simulations. This happens over a one -day theoretical training followed by two full days of practical training.

Course Modules:

  • First Aid (Stop the Bleeding)
  • Contextual and Cultural Awareness
  • Conflict and Terrorism
  • Civil Unrest
  • International Humanitarian Law and the humanitarian principles
  • Residence Safety: Burglary, Fire, Armed Attack
  • Driving & Transport Safety: Driving in Hazardous Environments, Checkpoints, Ambush, Road Travel Planning, Movement Procedures
  • Dealing with Armed State and Non-State Actors
  • Travel & Personal Planning
  • Abduction & Coping with Capture
  • Communication and Negotiation
  • Communication Skills
  • Mines & Explosives (UXO)
  • Sexual Assault
  • Stress Management

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