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NGO Safety and Security Training (HEAT)

NGO Safety and Security Training (HEAT) table
Start date10 May 2021
End date12 May 2021
Time9:00 am CEST |3:00 AM EDT
Provider Forth Global
LocationDoorn, Netherlands
Type Personal
Cost€1.690
Booking URLhttps://forthglobal.com/training/3-daagse-ngo-safety-and-security-training/
Description

Forth Global NGO Safety & Security HEAT (Hostile Environment Awareness Training) courses teach you how you can safely travel and work abroad. Especially in more risky areas, such as Africa, South America, Asia, the Middle East or Eastern Europe. They train from a non-militaristic, human approach. In addition, they bring together practice and theory in role playing and simulations. You will learn by experiencing different situations, which prepares you better for your stay abroad. This approach makes their training accessible, lively, practical and directly applicable. Personal safety and risk avoidance in their training comes first. Forth Global’s philosophy for security training is that students become aware of possible risks abroad. An alert, conscious attitude has more result than teaching tips and tricks. That is why they believe in safety training through experience and not by ‘drills’. The human approach of ‘security’.

Forth Global possess their own Travel Risk Platform with security information and latest security alerts per country. This enables them to make the training as tailor made as possible for the participant.

WHO ARE FORTH GLOBAL?

Forth Global is one of the major security training organisations for (I)NGO’s. We help NGO’s wanting to put their employee’s safety first by giving intensive security trainings. These trainings are always given by qualified trainers experienced with travelling and working in risky areas. Based on the latest developments and scientifically evidenced.

MODULES

  • Road safety and communication
  • Remote medicine
  • Mines, explosives, ammunition
  • Stress management
  • Dealing with (high and low) aggression
  • Terrorist attacks and shootings
  • Kidnap/hostage prevention and survival strategies
  • Security awareness
  • Resilience and gender related issues
  • Incident reporting
  • METHOD

This three day training will be given by qualified trainers from a non-militaristic, human approach. It will combine theory and practice by including role-plays and crisis simulations in order to learn from experience, based on established learning models. Furthermore, the training will be based on repetition and security dilemmas, in order to give the participant insight in their behaviour and the consequences this behaviour might have.

Cost

Costs are 1.690 euro (including all materials, 2 nights’ accommodation and complete care like food & beverages)

For more information, please visit their website.

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