Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) is an intensive practical course with hands-on activities that allow participants to explore their behavior and learn, apply and experience life-saving behaviors through realistic simulations in a high-risk environment. The aim is to improve personal security and self-awareness for NGO workers. Our well-tested learning process builds on 3 phase methodology of (1) learning theory, (2) putting classroom learning into practice, and (3) testing your newly gained skills in realistic simulations.
The training is designed for Aid Workers who are deployed to high-risk/hostile environment countries.
Most of Salanga’s HEAT trainings are organized and planned for a specific clients’ needs. The topics covered may include the following:
Salanga has been conducting HEAT training for 12 years, providing training, consultancy, and advocacy to INGOs on safety and security of Aid workers. Through our safety and security programme, we have trained over 800 people. See participants’ testimonials.
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Check our training calendar below for open HEAT training.
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