In this course, you will be prepared for potentially dangerous situations in foreign deployments. Using interactive case studies, you will learn to develop a feeling for dangerous situations and to use preventive measures. You will learn how to react to aggression and violence in a de-escalating way and how to protect yourself in the long term. The basic idea of the training is de-escalation. Furthermore, processing options after stressful events and how to deal with stress in foreign assignments are discussed and reflected, both in terms of personal perception and with regard to the team members concerned.
how to carry out risk analyses
which preventive measures are available
how to deal with your own fears
how to develop an awareness of the signal effect of your own attitude and behaviour on others
how you can safely apply de-escalating strategies
which methods are available to you for processing stressful experiences
Employees of humanitarian aid organizations who work in the field
Methods of short-term and long-term stress management
12.10.2023 - 14.10.2023
21 hours of training
Maximum of 16 attendees
14 of 10 required registration for this course. You will be informed after registration. Share this course with friends and colleagues to make sure it will be carried out.