Spearfish HEAT courses launch in Brisbane this summer

31 August 2016

Hostile Environmental Awareness Training (HEAT) is increasingly in demand this year with development sector organisations looking to send their employees and project workers on these courses.

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Spearfish run complex environment training in numerous locations from high-risk countries like Nigeria and Pakistan to UK-based training in Hampshire. Each month teams attend 2 or 3-day courses which include a mix of classroom instruction, practical training, and live exercises to realistically simulate the types of situation that the individuals may face when in the field.

This month the first of our Brisbane courses kicked off with an enthusiastic group of attendees who full immersed themselves into the scenarios. Participant feedback reported that the blended learning approach was their preferred method of training. Attendees commented that felt empowered to take control of their personal safety and fully equipped with the tools they need when working outside their comfort zone.

For more information on HEAT in the UK or overseas click here contact Sarah Hughes, Business Development Manager, Spearfish. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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