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"Giving you peace of mind in a challenging world"

Hostile Environment Training (UK) - 02-04 September 2019 PLACES AVAILABLE

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29 July 2019 - RPS Partnership

Our 3 day UK HET courses are designed for those travelling to and working in difficult, remote or challenging locations, low-intensity conflict and high crime areas as well as areas where there is a high threat of terrorism.

All courses are residential and are held over 3 days at our excellent training facility Easthampstead Park Conference Centre near Bracknell in the south of England.

We specialise in making training courses as realistic as possible. We plan for the worst possible scenario to ensure that you are fully prepared to deal with any challenges that you may face in a hostile or unfamiliar environment.

Subjects Include (amongst others)

  • Planning
  • Journey Management 
  • Conflict Management
  • Personal Security and Dis-engagement Skills
  • Cultural Considerations
  • Demonstrations
  • Abduction / Hostage Situations
  • High Impact Crimes
  • Weapon Awareness
  • Mines / IEDs / UXOs
  • Medical training (EFAW) and Remote Trauma
  • Health and Hygiene in Natural Disasters

When?

Our next course is Monday 02 - Wednesday 04 September 2019. 

What does the price include?

All courses include accommodation and food and beverages during trainnig, all instruction and a Level 2 Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) certification.  We offer a check-in on the Sunday evening, ready to go for the start of the course on Monday, if you wish.

For further information on course fees and to book a place please contact us at info@rpspartnership.com for further details or give us a call on +44(0)1225 290210.

We look forward to hearing from you. Take a look here for more details on the course.

Photos: RPS Partnership UK HET course in June 2019