Field Security Seminar
The Field Security Seminar (FSS) is a field-based training program for faith-based staff living, traveling and working in higher risk environments around the globe.
The standard FSS is three day long. Participants will learn how to:
- Identify and counter-act basic and advanced surveillance
- Develop situational and environmental awareness
- Understand the dynamics of landmines and IEDs
- Manage and survive violent encounters and active shooters
- Survive a hostage event
- Manage interrogations
- Exercise leadership in field emergencies
- Counter the pre-attack phase of the terrorism cycle
- Manage convoys and associated communications
- Manage checkpoints
- Survive vehicle ambushes
- Manage one’s personal and online profile
Discussion groups, case studies and outdoor exercises are used extensively.
Recommended participants include any worker (humanitarian or aid worker or other faith-based, cross-cultural worker) who lives or intends to live or travel to a higher risk environment, particularly one with a the threat of attacks, terrorism, hostage-taking or serious crime.
Please contact Debbie Wagner at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.