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HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT AWARENESS TRAINING

Application Deadline
13th April 2022
Start
18th April 2022
End
22nd April 2022
Duration
5 DAYS
Skill level
Basic
Place
On campus
Costs/Fee
2999 Euro+VAT
Description

HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT AWARENESS TRAINING (HEAT)
Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) is crucial for individuals deployed in risk-associated, precarious or volatile environments. Therefore, it is essential to invest in specific training focused on awareness of security risks and the challenges of the specific environments to reduce the risks of loss of lives and injuries.
HEAT aims to improve participants’ comprehension of the challenging field requirements while working individually or as a team member within the context of an international organisation or institution.
The BLUESPEAR HEAT programme will equip individuals operating in risk theatres with essential tools on how to manage and reduce the risks, which in some cases may be lifesaving.

The BLUESPEAR Hostile Environment Awareness course (HEAT) is a tailor made advanced security awareness programme designed to prepare personnel of international institutions and (I)NGOs, aid and humanitarian workers, contractors, journalists, investigators of international tribunals and individuals (business travellers) to operate and travel in challenging, complex and high risk theatres. The training will provide the participants a different set of skills and invaluable knowledge to deal with various complex situations in hostile regions.

OUR HEAT EXPERTS
BLUESPEAR HEAT trainers come from a wide range of backgrounds including military and law enforcement elite units as well as journalists. They are highly skilled professionals who have undertaken formal instructional training and have significant personal experience of working within volatile environments. This ensures that not only are they fully conversant with operating overseas, but that they can also add real-life experience and industry know-how to the course they are delivering.

METHODOLOGY
The BLUESPEAR HEAT programme will be delivered through a combination of theoretical and practical sessions, including presentations,group discussions and live scenario's.

Objectives

Objectives of the training

Participants will acquire a better understanding of the various risks and dangerous situations in their area of deployment.
Participants will gain more confidence in managing stressful situations and conflicts.
Participants will be able to improve their ability to plan their (humanitarian) operations effectively.
Participants will prepare to travel and operate safely in dangerous environments.
Participants will increase their competency to analyze and mitigate risks and threats.
Participants will develop new practical skills and capabilities indispensable in hostile regions.

Preconditions

Proof of good physical health to participate.

Location
Industriestrasse 14727 Premnitz-Berlin Germany
Provider

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Topics
  • (Mission) planning
  • Personal safety and security (incl. stress management and such)
  • Pre-deployment training for civilians
  • Mission planning
Languages English
Evaluation Daily assessment of the acquired skills and knowledge and a final exercise
Target Audience
  • Policy makers
  • Civil servants in governments
  • Local authorities
  • Media
  • NGO staff
  • Women
  • Public authorities
  • Journalists
Methods
  • Lecture
  • Group Work and Collaborative Problem-Solving
  • Case Study
  • Role-play
  • Simulation
No of Participants 15
Accreditation
  • Not available
Certificate
  • BLUESPEAR HEAT CERTIFICATE
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