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PFST / PERSONAL FIELD SECURITY TRAINING – Training in English

PFST / PERSONAL FIELD SECURITY TRAINING – Training in English table
Start date14 Jul 2022
End date16 Jul 2022
Provider OTHER SOLUTIONS Consulting
LocationVinnytsia, Ukraine
Type Personal Security, First aid, HEAT, Personal safety and security, Personal, Security
Cost875€ for a non-residential 3 full-day training (morning and afternoon snacks, lunches) and all training materials. Also includes HPass badge, international Highfield certificate, stop the bleed certificate and EFR certification (Emergency First response).
Booking URLhttps://othersolutions.net/open-courses/pfst-personal-field-security-training-in-english/
Description

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:

  • Awareness of practical realities
  • Knowledge of basic tools
  • Know-how through the acquisition of skills, to manage their personal security abroad in the context of aid operations.
  • 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:

  • Theoretical sessions, aimed at consolidating methods (pre-departure checklist, do’s and don’ts in violent situations, etc.);
  • Practical sessions, aimed at training in essential basic practices (first aid, radio protocols, etc.);
  • Simulations, aimed at crystallizing the use of the above-mentioned methods and practices in a tangible setting;
  • Validation and feedback sessions (debriefings and key lessons learned).

Different types of pedagogical tools and resources can be associated with these components.

Topics covered:

  • Personal safety
  • Preparation of the mission
  • First aid
  • Communications
  • Threats when travelling in vehicles
  • Orientation
  • Personal risk assessment
  • Incident reports
  • Hibernation, evacuation, relocation
  • Sexual violence
  • Weapons in the field
  • Hostage situation and kidnapping
  • Managing with aggressive behaviour
  • Operations (example of food distribution)

Upon completion of the training and successful completion of all modules, participants will be awarded 3 certificates:

  • Highfield Training Certificate (https://www.highfieldqualifications.com/)
  • EFR – Emergency First Response Certificate (www.emergencyfirstresponse.com)
  • OTHER SOLUTIONS HPass Badge PFST
  • Stop the bleed certificate
  • Audience: All humanitarian personnel working in the field.

The OSC team looks forward to meeting you!

For any questions or quotes, please kindly email us at contact@othersolutions.net

You can also register online on our website: www.othersolutions.net

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