HEAT training courses for professionals

Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT)

HET Training provide certificated training and instruction, to prepare you for and mitigate against the many risks and challenges inherent in operating in unfamiliar and often hostile environments
Hostile Environment Awareness Training
For professionals from all sectors including Oil, Gas and Energy, Pharmaceutical, Media, Humanitarian, Financial, Construction and Reconstruction and Logistical and our dedicated training facility in Hampshire provides a safe and secure location for Celebrity, VIP and VVIP delegates.
Attendance on any of our Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) courses, ensures that the employers responsibility to provide training is fully met. This is a requirement, under 'Duty of Care and Security' for the Department for International Development (DFID) ,Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and all other international grant and funding providers. HEAT (Hostile Environment Awareness Training) and SAFE (Security Awareness in Fragile Environments) are one and the same thing.
FAQ's on Video
FAQ's on Video

Watch our video on VIMEO or YOUTUBE for a brief insight into our modular training system and how our specialist instruction will help keep you safe

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Course Content
Course Content

Our Industry Leading HEAT Courses enable you to be better prepared and equipped to manage the threats that may result in the loss of life or liberty.

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Equipment
Equipment

HETL provide the very best, UK designed, manufactured, tested and certificated protective equipment such as body armour, ballistic helmets and trauma kits

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High Risk Locations
High Risk Locations

Our interactive High Risk Locations Map, clearly indicates the risk status of countries around the world. Information gathered is from many varying sources

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Our Hostile Environment Training Courses combine both theoretical and practical elements and are delivered by current and competent professionals. Whether travelling to, working or even living abroad, employers have a ‘duty of care’ to ensure that their staff have the knowledge and tools to deal with the unique challenges and risks they may face.