PFST / Personal Field Security Training – non-residentiel – (covid safe) – in English
|Start date||16 May 2022|
|End date||18 May 2022|
|Provider||OTHER SOLUTIONS Consulting|
|Type||Personal Security, Field Security, Security Management, HEAT, Personal, Security|
This training on personal security in the humanitarian sector, developed by OTHER SOLUTIONS, has a simple main objective: to provide participants with a set of tools to prepare them effectively to manage their personal security in the field. It aims to train humanitarian staff deployed in high-risk or isolated areas, in order to increase their awareness and preparedness and to enable them to assist beneficiaries while ensuring their own safety.
This training is 70% practical and 30% theoretical.
More specifically, it aims to provide:
These 3 components are used under the international acronym AKS (Awareness, Knowledge, Skills).
Components of the training:
To achieve these objectives, the training consists of four mutually reinforcing components:
Upon completion of the training and successful completion of all modules, participants will be awarded 3 certificates:
Audience: All humanitarian personnel working in the field.
The OSC team looks forward to meeting you!
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