Operational Training
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A large O&G firm in Libya acquired armoured vehicles (AVs) for secure ground transportation of its staff, but had no AV-trained drivers. A bespoke driver training package was developed which incorporated elements of defensive and offensive driving, moving progressively from unarmoured vehicles to armoured vehicles and familiarising learners with the unique characteristics of each.

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The local national guardforce safeguarding a US-based news organisation in Pakistan was identified as deficient in its techniques, tactics and procedures, and as having been issued with defective or inappropriate equipment. A full training programme was implemented to re-design the guardforce SOPs, and to re-train the guards on improved techniques, tactics and procedures.

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A major international logistics company required Crisis Management training for its senior management team ahead of the London 2012 Olympics, following the occurrence of a ‘near-miss’ event in another location that prompted re-evaluation of CM procedures. A bespoke training package was delivered and table-top exercise used to validate and consolidate learning.

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During Algeria’s period of intense civil unrest and violent conflict, lasting from 1991 to 2002, very few western organisations were able to maintain a presence in the country. Those which did were dependent on their local guardforces, supported by expatriate consultants in leadership and training roles. On-going training in current techniques, tactics and procedures created effective deterrent forces capable of safeguarding operations despite severe levels of threat.

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