When travelling at home or abroad, an early identification of potential hazards or evolving adverse situations provides you with an opportunity to evaluate options to proactively safeguard yourself, and take effective steps to avoid danger, rather than simply reacting to a situation.
How could this course help you/your institution?
The input seeks to support an organisation in its delivery of its ‘Duty of Care’ to its staff.
This will aid attendees to recognise and assess elevated threat, enhance situational awareness to make sense of their surroundings, refine their perception of threat and to continually identify potential places of safety.
Through routinely applying the precepts of the input, attendees will develop a personal style enabling them to be more aware of their environment and avoid or circumvent potentially hazardous situations.
Who should attend?
Personnel who, in their private life or whilst on business or aligned with their work, travel to locations where there is an identified or potential elevated threat, or those individuals who, through their role, profile or position, have attracted, or are likely to attract, adverse attention from extremist or other criminal groupings.
What does this course cover?
Modules will cover the following:
Understanding and assessing threat and vulnerability
Mitigating planning and undertaking preventative measures
Observation skills and techniques
Determining options to deal with Threat or Unwanted Attention
The training events can be delivered onsite, within the client’s premises in a room with an AV capability and furniture which can be moved to facilitate group practice scenarios and exercises.
Alternatively we can arrange an offsite location, the costs of which will be recharged on an actuals basis.
The service offered is strictly confidential presented to the highest professional standards, delivered by a highly trained and experienced team of specialists.