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Re-HEAT Online – Refresher of Hazardous Environment Awareness Training

Re-HEAT Online – Refresher of Hazardous Environment Awareness Training table
Start date16 Aug 2022
End date17 Aug 2022
Provider Danish Refugee Council
LocationVirtual
Type Security Management, Virtual, Humanitarian, Online training, HEAT, Personal, Security, Security Risk Management, Personal Security, First aid, Field Security, Team Management
Cost380 USD
Booking URLhttps://drc.ngo/our-work/resources/heat-and-re-heat/
Description

The overall objective of the Re-HEAT course is to refresh the knowledge and skills of participants, who have previously participated in HEAT.

The training is an opportunity for professionals to reflect on experiences with Hazardous Environment Awareness since completing the HEAT. Re-HEAT participants come with a wide range of backgrounds and occupations, however they have prior experience from the HEAT training in common. Participants will be re-trained to recognise and mitigate potential threats and respond appropriately to various safety and security incidents. During the Re-HEAT course you will learn techniques on how to “take control of chaos” through classroom sessions and practical exercises.

The training courses are based on DRC´s experiences and knowledge of managing an international humanitarian organisation with over 8000 employees working around the world.

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