Personal Security for Field Staff (HEAT)
|Start date||2 Aug 2021|
|End date||5 Aug 2021|
|Time||8:00 am BST |3:00 AM EDT|
|Provider||Clarity Security Training|
Duration: 32 hours over 4 consecutive days
Location: Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK
An intensive, threat-specific level of personal security training course, designed for individuals travelling to or based in severe risk environments. It includes threat situation-specific information, protocols, and active simulations and scenarios. The curriculum covered on this course is similar to that referred to as HEAT or HEFAT training (Hostile Environment Awareness Training). The First Aid certification on this course is NUCO Trauma First Aid (12 hours). This course certificate is based on four intensive days of training, including active simulations and scenarios.
The AIM of this course
To prepare staff to work in/travel to, the field in an insecure environment under the umbrella of an existing security framework, by highlighting the most prevalent threats and risk reduction measures and giving an overview of what precautions to take and what provisions can be expected from the agency.
Individuals who complete this course should renew their learning within three years. This can be done either by retaking the full course or by completing the two day Personal Security for Field Staff (HEAT) Refresher. The First Aid certification on this course is NUCO Trauma First Aid (12 hours). This certification is only available on the full course.
Key Learning Objectives for this course
By the end of the training participants should be able to:
The cost above is inclusive of Accommodation, Food, and transport to and from the nearest mainline railway station.
The course Accommodation at Kettering is basic with shared rooms being offered in the main, although a few single options are available and if you have a valid reason for not wanting to share so please contact us. Otherwise single occupancy can be guaranteed at a surcharge of £50 per night.
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