Anti Kidnap & Hostage Awareness Training

  • Duration 1h 10m
  • Last Update 20 October 2020

About Course

Kidnapping and hostage awareness training is specially designed to teach travelers the principles, protocols and methods of kidnapping prevention and survival while traveling in all environments, especially in those countries where this type of risk is constant.

Description

Kidnapping and hostage awareness training is specially designed to teach travelers the principles, protocols and methods of kidnapping prevention and survival while traveling in all environments, especially in those countries where this type of risk is constant. This is a truly unique comprehensive training course that provides information for a specific awareness about the risks and preventing, avoiding and surviving a kidnapping.

What Will I Learn?

  • Travel planning and analysis of potential risks
  • Hotel & safe house selection
  • Native fixer selection & elicitation
  • Indicators of suspicious activity identification & introduction on OPSEC procedures
  • Analysis of the sophisticated kidnapping techniques used by criminal and terrorist organizations
  • Elicitation techniques
  • Conduct after capture (CAC)
  • Country evacuation planning

Topics for this course

9 Lessons1h 10m

Anti Kidnap & Hostage Awareness Training

Pre Test
Module 1 – Kidnapping Analysis5:42
Module 2 – Travel Planning and Analysis of Potential Risks4:07
Module 3 – Hotel & Safe House Selection9:08
Module 4 – Native Fixer Selection & Elicitation3:01
Module 5 – Indicators of suspicious activity identification on OPSEC procedures16:59
Module 6 – Analysis of the sophisticated kidnapping techniques used by criminal and terrorist organizations10:43
Module 7 – Elicitation techniques and counter elicitation10:44
Module 8 – Conduct After Capture (CAC)7:13
Module 9 – Country Evacuation Planning3:23
Certification Test
£405.00

Requirements

  • Internet Connection
  • Computer / Laptop / Tablet / Phone

Target Audience

  • Intended for tourists traveling to countries considered to be at high anthropogenic and natural risk.