The Basic Safety and Security Course prepares you for working and traveling in unsafe areas. During this course you learn and practice the skills needed to operate safely in dangerous areas. This will give you a rational attitude and self-confidence, thus increasing your personal and professional effectiveness in the field.
The emphasis is on interaction and practical exercises. Simulations are an integrated part of the training. The training is conducted in a safe learning environment.
Content course Basic safety & security
The course is composed of the following modules:
- Dealing with Aggression
- Security Awareness
- Emergency First Response
- Ammunition Awareness
- Mental resilience
All acquired skills will be practiced in real-life simulations. In these practical exercises you learn to anticipate and react in threatening situations. All simulations will be practised in small groups and are supervised by experienced CSD trainers. After each simulation you will receive feedback on your personal and group behaviour and actions from both the trainer and the actors. Although the simulations can be challenging and demanding, they will be manageable and provide an excellent learning experience. This will increase your self-confidence and will help you develop the right attitude toward the risks involved.
After one year, the participants receive a short e-learning course to refresh their knowledge and skills.
If you are travelling to an area which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has classified as unsafe, this course is the right course for you. Please keep in mind that even if an area is not classified as unsafe you must make your own judgement concerning the risks. In short, NGO staff working and/or travelling in unsafe areas.
Strong emphasis on interaction and practical exercises. Simulations are an integrated part of the training. The training is conducted in a safe learning environment.
The following dates are plannend for Soesterberg, The Netherlands, 2018:
Thursday 5 July – Saturyday 7 July
Monday 23 July – Wednesday 25 July
Thursday 30 August – Saturday 1 September
Thursday 6 September – Saturday 8 September
Monday 17 September – Wednesday 19 September
Monday 1 October – Wednesday 3 October
Monday 8 October – Wednesday 10 October
Thursday 18 October – Saturday 20 October
Monday 29 October – Wednesday 31 October
Thursday 8 November – Saturday 10 November
Thursday 29 November – Saturday 1 December
Thursday 6 December – Saturday 8 December
Monday 17 December – Wednesday 19 December
This course can also be provided tailor-made, to your own organization and location.