Duration: 5 Days
Location: Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK
The Field Security Management (HEAT for Managers) Course is designed to bridge the gap between HEAT and Security Management Workshops to address the security training needs of staff implementing humanitarian programmes in high-risk environments.
To equip participants with the skills needed for establishing, running and/or overseeing an organisation’s field security systems.
The course will also cover all the Learning Objectives of Clarity’s Re-HEAT course including First Aid Trauma (so ideal for staff who are due their HEAT renewal) with an additional focus on the management of security on humanitarian NGO Operations at Field Level.
Field staff with security responsibilities and/or oversight for security-related activities, such as:
The core content of the course is driven by the EISF Report NGO Safety and Security Training Project - How to Create Effective Security Training for NGOs, specifically the section 'Level 2A - Operational Security Management'
In addition to this Clarity will provide participants with Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) in line with Clarity’s Re-HEAT course.
Key Security Management topics are listed below:
To outline how sector, organisation and team identity influence field security management policy, processes and decision making.
To present and discuss best practice in Field Security Risk Assessment.
To discuss and develop effective strategic security risk mitigation measures and relationships at field level.
How to develop and maintain effective day to day security management systems.
To discuss issues surrounding the management of staff personal security.
To discuss develop and improve appropriate internal and external relationships and coordination processes.
To explore complexities and practical issues of incident and crisis response and management.
If our open courses do not match your particular requirements or outcomes, we can provide a Bespoke Programme for your organisation.