National staff is often lacking in training, yet they are most likely to be exposed to immediate danger. International staff depends highly upon national staff for their own safety. Therefore, this training was created to make safety and security trainings more accessible to all humanitarian staff. We do this by having these training in country.
You are ultimately responsible for your own safety. Being aware that you are in an unsafe environment is the first step in decreasing your risk. That is, in a nutshell, what this training course is about. The workshop builds upon this self-awareness to further insight for the need and development of good policy, procedures and contingency plans.
To do this we build practical and theoretical modules that are context-specific. That means we discuss risks and threats relevant to the location where are participants are based. Since this training is done on location, this helps us to better focus in on those factors our participants need to be most aware of, meaning the theory is mixed with interesting exercises and videos based on local events.
After the course, the participants will have:
Significantly improved safety and security awareness – Awareness of how to mitigate local risks- Basic knowledge of IHL principles – Increased awareness of driving safety and encountering checkpoints – Increased awareness of dealing with armed actors – Insight into significance of contingency plans and SOPs – How to avoid and how to manage if confronted with mines, UXOs, and improvised explosive devices
Cost: by Quotation
Duration: 2 days (one day theory, one day field practice).
Location: On location. We offer our services at a location chosen by your organization.
Language: English, French, Dutch direct. Arabic, Russian, Spanish, Pashto: simultaneous interpreter.
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