The training curriculum is based on the UNDSS-UNSSC SSAFE standard modules and combines theoretical lessons, demonstrations, group-work, practical exercises and field simulations. It is delivered by SSAFE Trainers certified by UNDSS and UNSSC, who regularly run SSAFE courses at their duty stations. It responds to the demand from the UNDSS and UN system to train staff (mainly from HQ) who need to be deployed over a short notice to volatile and dangerous areas of the world and need a comprehensive safety and security training.
To enhance participants’ security awareness by providing them with the knowledge and skills to prevent and respond to various security incidents that they might encounter.
This course combines theoretical lessons, demonstrations, group work, practical exercises and simulations. It is delivered by SSAFE certified trainers who regularly run SSAFE courses in their duty stations.
A unique feature is the field-day exercise, conducted with professional role players from the Italian Army which simulates situations that staff may encounter while fulfilling their duties and missions.
The standard SSAFE learning curriculum that will be taught during the course consists of the following modules:
- UN Security Management System;
- Working in Field Environments;
- Communication and Technology;
- Vehicle and Movement;
- Coping in Captivity/Detention;
- Managing Injuries in Field Environments.
The field-day exercise is conducted with professional role players from the Italian Army and simulates real situations that staff may encounter while fulfilling their duties and missions. This simulation enhances the learning experience of participants by providing them with an opportunity to face potential risks and dangers that are likely to occur when working in volatile and unstable areas of the world.
The course is open to staff of the UN system and affiliated organizations in the field and at headquarters.
Cost of participation
Cost of participation:
The course fee of $2,000 covers the three-day course (including participation in the field day), course materials, training and facilitation services as well as accommodation and meals. Participants are responsible for their own travel.