Security Training 2014-17

  • Time: Seven to eight hours over two days, three times per year
  • Methodology: Mixed classroom; A/V, plenary debate, group work, role play, and lecture
  • Objectives:
    • Personal safety and security in conflict zones
    • Identification, prioritisation, and classification of contextual risks
    • Managing compound risks
    • Managing risks while travelling
    • Four risk mitigation strategies
    • Standard operating procedures for:
      • Ambush & car-jackings
      • Kidnap & abduction
      • Crossfire & bombardment
      • Landmines, UXOs, ERWs, IEDs

 

  • “Excellent presenter and mateship. Very challenging but clearly important!”
  • “Very thought provoking. Adam is very engaging and his “performance” makes for an enjoyable, enlightening session”
  • “Very relevant topic and discussion on risks, impact & likelihood. Exercise in Nigeria was also beneficial – looking at time and info”
  • ” Interesting, relevant, practical and intense”
  • “Well presented and awareness raising self/team protective”
  • “Once again Adam did a fantastic job”
  • “Excellent: practical and interactive”
  • “Whole security education was fantastic”
  • “Another stimulating session with Adam”
  • “This very active way of learning, where participants are actively problem solving, makes that information much more memorable”
  • “A transformative way of considering security”