Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) is a form of high-fidelity stress exposure training that combines theory with high-stress and highly realistic simulation training. This is a well-researched concept in the field of psychology that is commonly used to train people working in high stress environments, like airline pilots and first responders.
Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) is crucial for individuals deployed in risk-associated, precarious, or volatile environments. Therefore, it is essential to invest in specific training focused on awareness of security risks and the challenges of the specific environments to reduce the risks of loss of lives and injuries.
HEAT aims to improve participants’ comprehension of the challenging field requirements while working individually or as a team member within the context of an international organization or institution.
- TARGET GROUP:- NGOs, aid and humanitarian workers, contractors, journalists, investigators of international tribunals and individuals (business travelers), Aid Workers who are deployed to high-risk / hostile environment countries.
- COURSE DURATION: 1 week
- MODE OF STUDY: Physical Class