H.E.A.T training, 7 days of training (Customizable)

Heat is dedicated to assisting EU members who find themselves deployed, studying, traveling within, or passing through a region characterized by hostility. Our organization strives to deliver optimal methods and approaches to prevent, evade, and minimize the impact of emergency situations through strategic solutions.
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SKU: HEAT-2024 Category:


HEAT training stands for Hostile Environment Awareness Training. It is a specialized training program designed to equip individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to operate effectively and safely in hostile or high-risk environments. HEAT training is often undertaken by journalists, aid workers, diplomats, and other professionals who may find themselves working in areas where there is a significant risk to personal safety and security.


Within intensive 7 days, the training typically covers a wide range of topics, including situational awareness, personal security measures, risk assessment, first aid and medical response, conflict resolution, communication strategies, and basic survival skills. Participants learn how to recognize and mitigate potential threats, navigate dangerous environments, respond to emergencies, and protect themselves and others.

HEAT training aims to enhance individuals’ ability to anticipate, react to, and minimize risks in hostile environments, thereby increasing their personal safety and security. By providing practical skills and knowledge, HEAT training helps individuals develop the confidence and resilience necessary to work effectively in challenging and potentially dangerous situations.

Overall learning objectives and target group General background

Training Modules:

  • Situational Awareness: Developing the ability to assess and understand the surrounding environment, including potential risks and threats.
  • Personal Security: Techniques and strategies for personal safety, including methods to minimize risks, secure accommodations, and protect personal information.
  • Risk Assessment: Evaluating and identifying potential risks and threats in a hostile environment, and learning how to mitigate or avoid them.
  • First Aid and Medical Response: Basic first aid skills, emergency medical procedures, and techniques to handle injuries or medical emergencies in challenging environments.
  • Communication Strategies: Effective communication techniques, including maintaining contact with colleagues or support networks, using different communication devices, and ensuring secure communications.
  • Conflict Resolution: Techniques for de-escalating tense situations, resolving conflicts peacefully, and managing difficult interactions with different parties.
  • Field Exercise Training

Skill prerequisites
No previous training is required