Security Awareness & First Aid (HEAT) 3-day Training
|Start date||27 Jun 2022|
|End date||29 Jun 2022|
|Time||9:00 am BST |4:00 AM EDT|
|Provider||International Location Safety (ILS)|
|Type||Personal Security, First aid, Field Security, Humanitarian, HEAT, Personal, Security|
ILS’ three day Security Awareness & First Aid training (SAFA) programme is delivered regularly in the UK (close to Gatwick Airport) and Kenya (close to Nairobi).
The course is delivered by a mixed gender team of professional security advisors and medics, using up-to-date theory and best practice principles on risk mitigation, informed by our ongoing risk advisory field work around the world.
Throughout the programme the instructors link three distinct topics:
The human factors that affect safety and security. The ILS team helps delegates to understand the ‘drivers’ to interpersonal violence, and their own attitudes and responses to it.
Abduction, blast threats, vehicle check points, weapon effects; the ILS team explore and explain tactics employed by armed actors around the world. Delegates will learn how to reduce their personal and team vulnerabilities to these threats.
Basic Life Support for remote locations where access to definitive care is not easily accessible. The reality of delivering this kind of first aid can mean improvising equipment, and making difficult and pressured decisions.
At the end of the training, delegates will be able to:
The fee payable is for 3 days residential training with 2 nights full board accommodation included.
For more information: https://www.locationsafety.com/safa-training-3-day-course
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