We’ve worked with humanitarian NGOs in some of the world’s most exposed places since 2003, helping them be safe while they travel and work. Contextual awareness, cultural understanding and pro-active risk management are at the heart of our approach.
For those who have attended Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) but feel they should update their skills, this 2-day course will recap the essential security principles and practices you need to stay safe in the field. This practical course offers the opportunity to practice skills through realistic simulations.
Staying current and ready to deploy
The ReHEAT course is to refresh skills for those going to more challenging, remote or hostile regions. Staff should be placed on the course if their HEAT training was more than 2 years ago and they are likely to go to hostile environments.
Updating training, and keeping staff current and ‘in-date’, means that they can deploy more safely at short notice. Safer Edge runs 4 open ReHEAT courses a year and can also run a bespoke course if required. The ReHEAT course includes first aid and several scenarios. The cost is £600/person plus VAT for a 2 day open course including food and accommodation (£375 plus VAT for NGOs).
On this course your staff will refresh skills they learnt on HEAT training, including:
- Key principles of the Security Management Framework, including situational analysis and actor mapping
- Security strategies
- Personal Preparedness
- Getting prepared for incidents and emergencies
- Dealing with checkpoints, crossfire, landmines and other dangers
- Developing psychological resilience
- Image management and noticing other people’s perceptions
- Managing interpersonal conflict, hostility and aggression
- Kidnap Avoidance, Survival and Response
- First Aid refresher training
To see further details about this course, please take a look at our brochure: ReHEATbrochure
Please see our open course dates page for all future Re-HEAT courses.
To book your place contact Louise: firstname.lastname@example.org