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Mission Ready Field Security Management Online Course

Field Security Management is set in a fictional East African country. The training is aimed at mainstreaming established security protocols and behaviors into the daily life of all field-based staff in a humanitarian response or hostile environment.

Remote Security Management is set in a fictional Middle Eastern country. The training is aimed at bridging the gap between HQ, regional and field staff communications on security challenges, decisions and practical actions throughout the project life cycle. The course is specifically designed for remote security managers, security focal points and staff whose security is being or will be remotely managed. The course is presently available in English and Arabic.

Both courses were developed by security experts from across the humanitarian sector, including EISF, War Child, Department for International Development, Operation Mercy, Oxfam, Save the Children and RedR UK, Mission Ready will get every member of your team thinking about and applying the essential security protocols needed to keep staff members safe while on mission. The theory and learning from Mission Ready is transferable and relevant to current global humanitarian challenges.

Mission Ready Courses are based on Near life immersive learning solution provided by Digital Training Solutions

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