Safer Edge is returning to Kabul, Afghanistan in late September to offer our full range of well-respected safety and security courses for humanitarians. Places are being booked quickly so if you’d like to take part in any of our courses, please contact us as soon as possible.
The upcoming courses will be led by Safer Edge instructors with great experience of Afghanistan and the worldwide NGO sector, with support from our sister organisation, Safer Afghanistan.
The training schedule is as follows:
September: Driver Training: USD $250 per person for 2-day course
This course will improve safety and security, create a much improved public image, as well as safeguarding vehicles and the investment you make in transport.
September: Guard Training: USD $150 per person for 1-day course
To improve the performance of guards, and enhance security across the organisation by improving their knowledge, awareness and skills
September: Management of Safety and Security: USD $1,570 per person for 4-day course
The humanitarian space has become increasingly hostile and difficult in many regions and managers face significant challenges to safety and security. This training enables managers to focus on the main security challenges affecting the region, the country and specific local problems. We will discuss and practise some key mechanisms for reducing threats and risks, and learn ways of building a culture of safety and security that will benefit the entire programme.
September: Security Focal Point Development Training: USD $790 per person for 2-day course
This training helps managers to focus on the main security challenges affecting the region, and on specific local problems. We will discuss and practice some key mechanisms for reducing threats and risks, and learn ways of building a culture of safety and security that will benefit the entire programme
September: Personal Safety and Security, An Inclusive Experience: USD $970 per person for 3-day course
Working to reduce poverty and injustice has never been more challenging than in the 21st Century. NGOs are now facing increased risk, violence and hostility as they serve communities. They deserve the best possible training and support. Safer Edge can make their work safer. This course will review the immediate threats and hazards, and provide skills, procedures and knowledge to be safer.