Security Training 2011

  • Time: Eight hours over two days, three times during the year
  • Methodology: Mixed classroom; A/V, plenary debate, group work, role play, experiential, 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
  • “Clear information”
  • “Intensive”
  • “Challenging and insightful”
  • “Use of role playing really thought provoking and theory good”
  • “Very clear”
  • “Very useful and challenging to go through real life scenarios and see yours and others responses and evaluate the usefulness of the behaviour”
  • “Interactive and well planned”
  • “Entertaining”
  • “Informative, interactive and engaging”
  • “Excellent delivery”
  • “Engaging speaker”
  • “Excellent role play material”