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Personal Field Security Training - Face-to-Face 3-day Course

Personal Field Security Training - Face-to-Face 3-day Course
This Personal Field Security Training for individuals working in the aid sector developed by OSC has a simple main goal: developing a set of tools for the participants to prepare effectively for the management of their personal security in their working environment. Audience: This training is suitable for every Humanitarian worker in the field.

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Other Solutions Consulting assists NGOs, public bodies, donors and philanthropic companies with security risk management services.


Learning Objectives

This training specifically intend to provide:

• Awareness of the practical realities of managing personal security abroad in the frame of aid operations. • Knowledge of basic tools for managing personal security abroad in the frame of aid operations. • Skills for managing personal security abroad in the frame of aid operations.

These 3 components are used under the acronym AKS.

Training components

Our programme has four mutually reinforcing components:

• Theoretical sessions, aimed at consolidating methods (pre-departure checklist, do's and don'ts in violent situations, etc.);

• Practical sessions, aimed at training in basic practices (first aid/trauma, radio protocols, etc.);

• Simulations, which aim to crystallize the use of the above-mentioned methods and practices in a tangible framework;

• Validation and feedback sessions (debriefings and key takeaways).

Different types of pedagogical tools and resources can be associated with these components.

Topics addressed:

• Personal security

• Preparation of the mission

• First Aid/Trauma

• Communications (GSM, satellite phone, radio)

• Threats when traveling in vehicles

• Orientation

• Personal risk assessment

• Incident reporting

• Hibernation, Evacuation, Relocation

• Sexual aggression

• Weapons in the field

• Hostage situation and kidnapping

• Dealing with aggressive behavior

• Mines, UXO, IED

• Security in premises


Active participation is attested by the Training team on the following basis:

• Active engagement through questions and comments or lessons learned from own experience

• Personal commitment, as evidenced by sharing lessons learned from own experience and/or participating candidly during simulations' debriefings.

• Answers to quiz at the end of theoretical sessions, designed to prompt self-awareness about one's progress.

The badge holder has also demonstrated progress through the simulations in all three key course objectives:

• Awareness of key issues (preparedness, specificity of contexts, personal responsibility, interpersonal aspects), as evidenced through the various exercises, simulations and debriefings, and as evaluated by OSC's Training team;

• Knowledge of key documents and principles (personal security, security strategies, security policy, security plans), as evidenced by the participant's growing reference to them during the program;

• Understanding of basic skills (orientation, dealing with aggressive behavior) as evidenced during simulations and debriefings.

How to join this training

You can book online via our website


Core Humanitarian Competency Framework

The Core Humanitarian Competency Framework (CHCF) was developed by CHS Alliance. It aims to provide humanitarian and development workers with the right skills and behaviors and provide a useful reference point for a generic competency framework in the humanitarian sector.