PFST – Personal Field Security Training (Sécurité Personnelle sur le terrain)
|Start date||5 Oct 2020|
|End date||8 Oct 2020|
|Time||9:00 am BST |4:00 AM EDT|
|Provider||OTHER SOLUTIONS Consulting|
|Type||Security, Personal, Crisis|
|Cost||Contact us for tailored pricing (depending on group size, discount for National NGO...)|
This training was specifically designed for aid workers working in or travelling to medium/high-risk environments or remote areas in order to increase their level of awareness and preparedness and allow them to help beneficiaries while increasing their own safety. It’s goal is simple: providing a set of tools for the participants to prepare effectively for the management of their personal security in their working environment.
More specifically, it is intended to provide Awareness of the practical realities, Knowledge of basic tools and Skills for managing personal security abroad in the frame of aid operations.
Components of the training
This training is provided with Covid-19 safety measures and include PPE for all participants.
3 certificates will be delivered on completion of the training: Highfield, Emergency First Response & HPass Badge.
Audience: This training is suitable for every Humanitarian worker present in the field.
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