Training

Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT), Hostile Environment First Aid Training (HEFAT)

SEPAR International delivers training that is designed to ‘do no harm’.  Do no harm is a guiding process which ensures participants are not traumatised and conditions are controlled to ensure stress is not excessive. SEPAR offers a five-day course that presents a mixture of discussions, lectures and practical activities.

Training is very ‘hands-on’ with all instruction practically tested and participants are given a certificate that lasts for 3 years.

Hostile Environment Awareness Training


Brinsop Court, Hereford

Next available course

25TH

FEBRUARY 2019

Training for Media, NGO’s, Business Travellers and professionals travelling to challenging or hostile locations. Bespoke courses such as journalist specific are also held.

Participants will receive a SEPAR International certificate that is valid for 3 years. UK courses are currently held at Brinsop Court, Brinsop, Hereford HR4 7AX, upcoming course dates are on the 29th October – 2nd November 2018.

Our USP is that we offer a holistic approach to our training that integrates psycho-social care, digital security, gender, physical security and trauma medical training.

We also have guest specialists in psycho-social care, abduction and trauma medical training.

Hostile Environment Awareness Training


Afghanistan

Next available course

8TH

DECEMBER 2018

Training for Media, NGO’s, Business Travellers and professionals travelling to challenging or hostile locations. Bespoke courses such as journalist specific are also held.

Participants will receive a SEPAR International certificate that is valid for 3 years. Afghan courses are held at our Kabul training office and training areas, dates for the next course available; 10th – 13th September 2018.

Our USP is that we offer a holistic approach to our training that integrates psycho-social care, digital security, gender, physical security and trauma medical training.

Training in Kabul delivers a contextualised environment that adds to the training value particularly if working in Central Asia. We also have guest specialists in psycho-social care, abduction and trauma medical training.

Upcoming course dates in Kabul are:

8th – 11th December 2018, 12th – 15th January 2019, 10th – 13th February 2019, 17th – 20th March 2019

Our training delivers a holistic methodology encompassing:

Planning

Physical & personal security

Gender considerations

Trauma medical skills

Psycho-social

Digital security tools

Kidnap & ransom

Counter-surveillance

Cultural awareness and working with local employees

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To book on a course or enquire more about one of our courses, please call, email or use our contact form to get in touch.