Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por Loopster » Dom Mar 29, 2009 4:02 pm

Es el mejor curso que se puede hacer en Europa por cuenta propia, en mi opinión lo único que hay por encima son el de pre-despliegue de Pilgrim (que te exigen ser exSAS/SBS para entrar en la empresa) y el de pre-despliegue de Aegis en Jordania.

Un buen curso con Armorgroup, estructurado en dos periodos (básico y avanzado) y currándose la certificación SIA puede abrir muchas puertas, además de dar una buena formación.

El SIA sirve para trabajar para PMCs británicas, en el Reino Unido y la Commonwealth. Pero también ayuda mucho a la hora de que te faciliten un MRPT o similar.
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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por S0LDI3R » Dom Mar 29, 2009 6:52 pm

entiendo que el MRPT es el necesario para PMCs Norteamericanas...

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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por Loopster » Dom Mar 29, 2009 7:12 pm

MRPT (Medium Risk Public Trust) y HRPT (High Risk Public Trust) son las habilitaciones de seguridad mínimas necesarias para trabajar para los norteamericanos. Ojo, no para una PMC americana, sino para una empresa, americana o no, que esté trabajando para el gobierno estadounidense.

Son las máximas habilitaciones que se pueden conseguir sin tener la nacionalidad estadounidense, a menos claro que seas un militar de otra nación que está en intercambio o despliegue en beneficio de otra nación o un contratista con una especialización tal que te hagan la habilitación a medida (el propio Kilcullen o algún exSAS especialista en contraproliferación nuclear). Pero vamos, si fuera ese el caso estaría la CIA llamando a tu puerta para ofrecerte curro :wink:
Cry havoc and unleash the hawgs of war - Otatsiihtaissiiststakio piksi makamo ta psswia

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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por aldereitor » Jue Abr 09, 2009 1:52 pm

cuanto estan costando los cursos y se pueden hacer en solitario sin un equipo echo

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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por yoyimbo » Vie Abr 10, 2009 4:55 am

lo tienes fàcil, para ir por libre y obtener esa info, sòlo tienes que dedicar un par de minutos de tu tiempo y pasarte por la web de las diferentes empresas, conseguiràs esa información tu solito... aunque quizàs si ni tan siquiera dedicaste tiempo a leer las normas del foro y presentarte, no lo tengas para hacer el resto....



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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por yoyimbo » Dom Abr 19, 2009 3:22 pm

El grupo està cerrado.
El día 10 salimos hacia lo que espero sea una gran experiencia. Creo que hemos conseguido hacer un buen equipo y eso tiene que dar grandes resultados.
Prometo crónica a la vuelta.

Dejo en manos de los administradores cerrar el hilo o no.

Gracias.

Un saludo
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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por Mod. 4 » Dom Abr 19, 2009 4:26 pm

Procedo a cerrar el tema ya que el equipo está completo.

Cuando termine el curso y si alguno de los asistentes al mismo desea poner un AAR del mismo, el tema se volverá a abrir.


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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por yoyimbo » Dom May 17, 2009 11:53 am

Bueno, misión cumplida y todos seguimos vivos.... :mrgreen: toda una experiencia lo de conducir por la izquierda...
poco a poco colgaré algunas fotos y os irè contando, de momento os dejo el programa del curso, que ahora "si" lo puedo hacer público...


SCHEME OF WORK

Course title: Hostile Environment Close Protection [HECP] Training
Number of Unit Modules: 52
Length of each Unit Module: Variable
Location of venue: G4S Risk Management Training Hereford and Pershore UK

Introduction - overview of the course

The six day training course is designed to be deliverable at the G4S Risk Management Training Centres in Hereford and Pershore UK. In general the course will commence at 0800hrs and conclude at approximately 1830 each day with evening work included. As part of the formal entry to the HECP course delegates must hold a current valid International Driving License to facilitate driving on the UK roads.

Course design and teaching strategies take into account the different learning domains and styles. A variety of teaching methods will be used such as lectures, Power point presentations, Group activities, actual scenarios, discussions, question and answers sessions, debate, handouts and DVD/Video to ensure that all delegates have an effective learning experience. Assessment of learning will take place throughout the course by means of questions and practical exercises to develop ‘Fit for Role’ (FFR) assessments.

Throughout the course teaching methods will be advised according to individual delegate progress. Outdoor activity will take place and therefore delegates should have appropriate clothing available.





Aim of the course:

The purpose and scope of the HECP course is to develop Security Awareness in a simulated Hostile Environment and enhance professional Close Protection Skills to avert or mitigate risk in potential emergency situations; where Executive protection is paramount.

This is achieved by recognising the training needs and designated Training Objectives [TO’s] established as follows:

Training Objectives (T.O’s):


At the end of the HECP Course the delegates will be able to:

Recognise and apply the principles of Situation Awareness and Personal Security through preplanning defensive measures within an Area of Predictable Travel.

Review the adverse threat of weapons and Improvised Explosive Devices [IED]; Mortars and Mines.

Understand communication equipments and the utilisation of a Global Positioning System Unit [GPS] during vehicle movement and planning journeys to remote locations

Recognise the variable composition and formations of Close Protection [CP] Team’s movement in a tactical manner. High and Low profile moves and team drills in the Hostile Environment.

Value the response of immediate medical care to life threatening situations and emergencies in the Hostile Environment.

Develop through practice Hazard Awareness and Crash Avoidance [HACA] recognising the effects of Vehicle Dynamics and Instinctive Driving so as to respond appropriately in an emergency situation

Understand a basic knowledge of off road driving; engaging 4 wheel drive to negotiate driveable terrain; hill climbs and descents.

Review the aspects of practical em-bussing and de-bussing; anti ambush and cross over drills in the Hostile Environment.

Identify and practice a System of Vehicle Control and Defensive Driving to improve a driver’s road-craft on the open roads.

Foster the techniques of Defensive and Evasive Driving to evade or mitigate a threat within a simulated Hostile Environment.

Practice driver skill sets that are conducive to Close Protection Teamwork in the Hostile Environment and evaluate threatening situations and respond with the necessary corrective action.


Simulated, but authentic and testing practical scenarios and exercises will be conducted throughout the course, as this is the most appropriate means of learning life saving drills for the Hostile Environment.
Scheme of Work

Scheme of Work

The following Scheme of Work content provides the appropriate Training Needs for the six day HECP Course


Unit No Session Title Content/Description


1-2

Course Introduction
Welcome Address; Safety Brief & Personal Administration
Overview of the Training Objectives [TO’s]

Unit No Session Title Content/Description

3-5
Threats & Incidents
An overview of recent Global threat incidents; hostile environments & a realisation of Risk Mitigation through case study & HECP training. A hypothetical Client overview and Corporate background to create a course theme and Client threat is established.


Unit No Session Title Content/Description

6




















Situation Awareness























Alert Conditions versus Shock
Understanding a colour coded system as an alert ‘mindset’ with a sliding scale of response versus the timeframe [in seconds] to perform or react effectively to an emergency situation..

Travel Pattern Analysis [TPA]
Interpreting routine and common routes as a high frequency of personal travel risk and by analysing this risk record the Areas of Predictable Travel [APT]. This is achieved by collating the intelligence that provides information of likely Surveillance and attack sites. This will also be achieved by reflecting on case studies.

Introduction to Surveillance Detection [SD]
Reviewing APT’s as a theatre of application to identify ‘normal or abnormal’ Activities through ‘profiling and signature.’ Understanding the surveillance Cycle to determine the surveillance detection pyramid of a location and surrounding activity; correlation of intelligence and the possibility of a transparent mistake[s] by an operator to unhinge an alert mechanism of a potential attack phase.

Attack Recognition & Response [AR&R]
Revisiting the Attack cycle and Alert Conditions. Understanding why we can fail to respond to an attack through limited Situation Awareness, and through case study the action that could be taken to evade or mitigate an attack.






Unit No Session Title Content/Description

7
Area of Predictable Travel [APT] Exercise
A practical exercise whereby delegates identify through recognition and correlation a likely attack site; both in a defensive and offensive [reverse perspective] method.


Until No Subject Content/Description

8-11; 23;34 & 35







Threats & Tactics Weapons Awareness
Firearms
The presence of weapons in theatre is a common sighting in Hostile Environments. Therefore it is important to understand the characteristics of safety and the effectiveness of firearms and the drills associated with them.

Improvised Explosive Devices
The use of Explosive Devices are common place in the Hostile Environment. Like firearms it is equally important to understand the characteristics of construction; components and the effects of explosives for safety purposes when searching facility rooms; vehicles and personnel. Linked to this session and vehicle security; a case study of an armoured vehicle is provided with the actual vehicle in situ that survived a Vehicle Borne IED suicide bomber in Kandahar October 2005.

Mortars
The delegate will understand the types of mortars as a threat and how to react with Personal Protective Equipment in a Mortar attack. This is followed by a simulated mortar attack and Medical response.

Mines and Unexploded Ordnance [UXO]
The delegate will recognise the different types and components of anti-personnel mines and the procedure for removing personnel from an unexpected suspect minefield area. This is followed by a practical exercise in a simulated threat environment.


Unit No Session Title Content/Description

12; 19 & 21


Defensive Driving
The delegate will evaluate the theory and practice the System of Vehicle Control to develop a driver’s road-craft. The performance of driving will be further enhanced by commentary driving placing the ‘thought process into speech’ with emphasis on Information; positioning; speed awareness and control. The interpretation of night driving will also be experienced.









Unit No Session Title Content/Description

13



Communications
Identifying the different types of communication units & frequencies. Reviewing satellite communications using the Thuraya and setting up Skype as a practical demonstration for communicating

Unit No Session Title Content/Description

14





Navigation in Remote Areas [GPS]
The delegate will be shown how to use a Global Positioning System [GPS] hand held Unit to identify remote locations from an Ordnance Survey Map. A practical exercise will be conducted to demonstrate the menu set up, ‘waypoints’ and movement by compass.

Unit No Session Title Content/Description

15-16
20; 22; 32;33 & 43


High & Low CP Profiles & Movement
An explanatory presentation outlining the composition; formations and dissimilarity of high and low profile Close Protection Driving Teams. Reviewing tactical road craft manoeuvres to protect the Principal Vehicle and dealing with authorised and non authorised checkpoints. A practical exercises and short notice journeys will be conducted to conclude vehicle movement followed by various planned moves throughout the course.


Unit No Session Title Content/Description

17-18
24 & 36





Medical Training
Demonstrating the aim of First Aid; to preserve life; prevent a situation worsening and promote recovery. Attending to a casualty with primary survey and ascertaining the casualty’s response. Teach or re-teach Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation [CPR] and the Recovery Position. Trauma management; circulation problems and the priority of treatment for penetrating blast and fragment wounds, with practical exercises throughout the course.

Unit No Session Title Content/Description

25 & 27



Instinctive Driving
The delegate is encouraged to understand the vehicle dynamics through theoretical and practical interpretation. The module provides the student with complete confidence in Hazard Awareness and Crash Avoidance [HACA] situations and dealing with simulated emergencies to overcome sensory overload in an enclosed environment. This achieved through a set of Drills that replicate open road hazards with a saloon vehicle.








Unit No Session Title Content/Description

26; 28 & 29
Off Road Driving
A short introduction and practice in off road driving to ensure the delegate understands the basic fundamentals of driving a different terrain; negotiating hill ascents and descents. The use of various recovery equipments will be demonstrated to recover a casualty vehicle.


Unit No Session Title Content/Description

30 & 31
Anti-Ambush & Cross Over Drills
Apart from conducting the principles of em-bus and de-bus from vehicles with minimal foot drills; delegates will receive a presentation and brief to recognise the need for Cross Over drills to transfer a Client in the unlikely event of a Principal vehicle becoming immobilised. Teams will also experience a series of drills that will be rehearsed and practised to reflect on the general types of ambushes and attacks that Teams may be confronted with in the Hostile Environment.


Unit No Session Title Content/Description

37-40
Evasive Driving
In this module the delegates will demonstrate the hard reverse turn from a potentially dangerous situation and practice ‘surgical removal’ of a hostile vehicle followed by the ramming techniques to ‘drive through’ an illegal road block and avert a threat. The hard reverse turn will be further enhanced by Team manoeuvres and the performance related to Close Protection [CP] movement with screen and block exercises.


Unit No Session Title Content/Description

41
Hostile Threat Scenarios

The module reflects and culminates the elements of Situation Awareness; Instinctive and Evasive Driving experiences. The potential of car jacking or hostile threat situations, exercises the delegates to manage a driver’s decision so as to extricate both driver and vehicle from a simulated hostile event.


Unit No Session Title Content/Description

42
Illegal Detention [Kidnap for Ransom]
Reviewing a chronology of kidnappings and identifying the abduction release flow-line. Comprehension of the moment of capture; transportation; adjusting to captivity and the best chances of survival are essential elements of awareness. This is further analysed by reviewing case studies
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Unit No Session Title Content/Description

44 - 52
Confirmatory Final Exercise
The aim of the final Team exercise; consisting of the Threat; planning and preparation; Team Leaders briefings and Team members tasks is designed to conclude and put into practice all the topics and practical elements experienced during the course. Three residential locations will provide the necessary backdrop for the Team and Client[s] to visit, and to exercise their team drills as appropriate to each event encountered.
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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por yoyimbo » Dom May 17, 2009 11:29 pm

....os dejo unas fotos del edificio emblemàtico dónde se impartían parte de las clases :? :? :? quièn lo diría!!! nadie podría imaginar al pasar por allí, que dentro se imparten materias tan sensiblles como las que tratan cada día....

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Re: Curso CONTRATISTA ZONA DE ALTO RIESGO

Mensaje por Charlie » Lun May 18, 2009 1:43 pm

Deseo mandar desde aquí un enorme saludo a todos mis compañeros del curso con los que he compartido una fantástica semana :wink:

A sido un placer conoceros y espero que volvamos a vernos pronto. Esto es solo el comienzo de un gran proyecto en el que confio y tengo muchas esperanzas :D :D :D Animo a todo aquel que quiera presentarse a un curso con G4S, pues el trato a sido 10.

Ha merecido la pena !!!. Gracias a los que han organizado el curso y nos han permitido disfrutar esta experiencia.

Lo de conducir por la izquierda...me ponía nervioso !! :lol: :lol: Ya hecho de menos los desayunos.
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