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Tailor Mission Ready to your organisation with new ‘blended learning’ package

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Aid organisations can now tailor online training platform Mission Ready to their needs by subscribing to our new ‘blended learning’ package.

Mission Ready uses realistic, point-of-view video simulations to enable leaners to practice security management decision-making under pressure, from the safety of their computer.

The blended learning package complements this self-paced training with a series of added online debriefs, facilitated by a RedR security trainer in a virtual classroom.

These debriefs are designed to help learners apply the tools and concepts covered to the specific context and protocols of their organisation.

 

 

User journey enhanced through our blended learning package
User journey enhanced through our blended learning package

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Two courses are currently available on Mission Ready - ‘Field Security Management’ and ‘Remote Security Management.’

The latter course was recently released in Arabic, celebrated with launch event in Amman, Jordan earlier this month.

The course teaches NGO workers how to effectively bridge the distance between headquarters, regional and field offices in order to manage organisational security.

Learners are transported, through video-simulation technology, to the war-torn nation of Zabadin - a fictional Middle Eastern country - to respond to a cholera outbreak with the fictional NGO Health Emergency International.  

The Field Security Management course, set in an imagined East African context, teaches NGO workers how to manage organisational security in the field from conducting context assessments through to incident reporting.

Read our flyer for full details of the aims and activities of the ‘blended learning’ package.

To book the ‘blended learning’ package, contact the Mission Ready team

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since the first course launched in October 2015