Our most popular H.E.A.T. course is two days long and focuses on effective kidnap mitigation techniques and tactics. Other courses we offer our three, four and five days long during which delegates learn specialist skills such as evasive driving, self-defence, range work and social engineering skills.

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A high level of fitness is not a requirement to attend our H.E.A.T. courses. We have trained corporate executives from a range of industry and different job descriptions. However, being fit will increase your chance of survival in any hostile environment. We are often asked to share our proven fitness strategies to help delegates get fitter quicker after our H.E.A.T. courses.

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Our courses are held at any location of your choosing. We use venues at several South African cities, but also train delegates in other African countries. Sometimes, training at your location is a more cost-effective option, depending on the number of delegates attending the course.

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Every delegate on every course is given a free emergency bracelet and a free survival kit.  Delegates also compete against each other to win free prizes such as easy to conceal weapons, medical kits and emergency rations.

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We schedule for a minimum of 8 delegates per course and the numbers can be increased based on your requirements. We have a fully trained cadre of Instructors and delegates enjoy the highest ratio of Instructor to Delegate than many other similar courses.

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Owing to confidentiality issues, we do not allow private individuals on our corporate courses. However, for private groups of ten and more, we deliver courses based on the same curricular.

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The two-day H.E.A.T. course covers the following topics:

Types of Risks to Corporate Travellers in Africa Emergency Medicine
Destination Intelligence Counter and anti-surveillance drills
Situational Awareness Kidnap and Interrogation Exercise
Handling a Disaster Escape and Evasion

At the end of the course, all delegates complete a written exam.