RPS Partnership is pleased to offer 3-Day Hostile Environment Training (HET) or sometimes called Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) courses.
Next course is Monday 20th - Wednesday 22nd November 2017
Our course is 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.
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 as well as Health & Hygiene in Natural Disasters
RPS Partnership is pleased to offer 3-Day Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT/HET) courses - sometimes called Hostile Environment Training or HET - as well as Hostile Environment & First-Aid Training (HEFAT). Take a look here for a snapshot of one of our courses previously run for the media.
2018 dates for your diary
- 12 - 14 February 2018
- 19 - 21 March 2018
- 9 - 11 April 2018
- 14 - 16 May 2018
- 4 - 6 June 2018
If you wish us to run a Hostile Environment Awareness Training course specifically for your organisation please contact us on email@example.com
Just off M4, junc 10 – good rail links from Central London, near Bracknell, Berkshire
We have a diverse and unique team of male and female trainers; who not only have many years of experience, but who are still travelling to hostile regions and providing security advice to our clients.
We train journalists, NGOs and executives to travel to the remote and difficult places in the world. Our trainers bring a wealth of up to date experiences into the learning environment and we share real-time experiences and advice with you.
All RPS Partnership consultants are qualified trainers and hold nationally recognised training qualifications.
What certification will you get at the end?
RPS Partnership attendance certificate, which you can provide as evidence for the risk assessment process as well as for insurance companies. It may well lower your insurance premiums.
An Emergency First-Aid at Work (EFAW) medical certificate, which is valid for 3 years.
Contact Cath Mossom for queries and to know more.
Our registration form can be downloaded from above top right. Please complete and email to Cath at firstname.lastname@example.org