“Hostile Environment Security” Virtual Course
December 14, 2020 - December 18, 2020
Virtual training course
“HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT SECURITY”
14th – 18th December 2020
The course is designed to equip participants from a range of disciplines with core security skills applicable across a range of medium to high risk mission contexts. We combine experience and best practices from a wide spectrum of civilian, journalist, UN, EU, diplomatic, military and police settings. Our highly experienced and certified trainers offer personal insights from work both in mission and individual assignment contexts in Africa, the Middle East, Afghanistan and Asia. Specialist areas such as Actions under fire; IEDs; Front line first aid; Hostage taking; and Conduct after capture will be covered, alongside core elements, including situational awareness and security planning / preparations. Finally, the course will also include data/communications security awareness modules, with core training and tools to better protect your personal and professional data.
The course will be conducted virtually via Zoom software. The training will consist of lectures and facilitated discussions by senior experts and practitioners in the field. A virtual space will be provided for group discussions and best practices, and for experience sharing among the participants under the guidance of the senior mentor.
|Senior Mentors:||Mr Nathan Forsdyke, International security consultant|
|Facilitators:||Mr Fredrik Janse – METIS consultant
Mr Johan Robertsson Lind – METIS consultantant
Mr Dejan Loncar, MSE, PhD, Senior Economist, M&E Senior Specialist UN, Lecturer, Institute of Global Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Geneva
Mr Kosta Isailovic, Demining officer
Representative of the Center of Excellence for Stability Police Units, CoESPU, Italy – TBD
|Course Director:||Goran Topalović, Director of Operations, Conflux Center|
|Project Officers:||Visnja Jovancevic, Conflux Center
Emilija Maric, Conflux Center
|Duration:||14 – 18 December 2020|
Course fees is 750 EUR.
Conflux Center alumni are eligible for 20% discount.
Partial subsidy could be available at later stage. Those interested in partial subsidy should send CV and Motivation letter not later than 7th December 2020 to email@example.com.
Upon online registration, which will remain open till 7th December 2020, participants will receive an invoice, pre-course reading material and all necessary information on how to use Zoom, as well as any assistance they might need. Pre-course reading material and additional reading will also be available on a designated password-protected webpage on our website. Instructions on how to use Zoom will also be presented during the introduction sessions of the course.
In order to join the virtual training, all attendees should have access to the internet and a personal computer (laptop), with an operational web-cam and microphone (external or internal). A stable internet connection is essential in order to minimize the chances of stutter or disconnecting. It is advisable that the participants download the Zoom application (free of charge). They can also join a meeting directly from their browser, but the meeting experience from the browser is limited. The participants will receive all necessary information in the joining instructions prior to the start of the course.
The participants should be relieved of their regular work duties for the duration of the course.
The course is conducted in English and translation is not provided.
After completing the course, training certificates in PDF will be issued, and a hard copy can be sent via post if requested.
For further details about the course, please contact us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or +381 65 3081976