WORKSHOP TACTICAL BREATHING, BODY AND SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
Coping with stress, physical and mental resilience and crisis management
Before, during and after action a lot is expected from first responders. You can be confronted with unexpected and often traumatising events on a daily basis. You are expected to carry on with a stiff upper lip. However, sometimes it can get too much. When this happens you feel that you can no longer think clearly.
Christo Motz has delivered the workshop Tactical Breathing, Body and Situational Awareness, as part of the Situational Command and Control training, at the Institute for Physical Safety/ Fire Academy since 2017.
In four hours, you will learn a number of skills to enable you to better monitor your limits and increase your resilience and self-reliance. You will also learn to use some simple breathing techniques to increase your alertness. This is essential to prevent you getting sucked into an incident and losing your overview. This will increase your own and your colleagues' safety. After all, nobody is invulnerable. The buddy system is a crucial part of all this.
EARLY WARNING SYSTEM FOR THE ORGANISATION
This workshop also functions as an “Early Warning System”. Managers and decision makers within aid organisations can use the tools from this workshop to prevent burn-out and reduce absenteeism in their organisation. The employability and the strength of the individual, the team and the organisation are strengthened.
Target audiences, amongst others:
(H)OVD, COPI, MT, QRT, diving teams, fire brigade teams, GHOR, the military forces, International sea rescue organisations, police and other law enforcement agencies
At the client
Length of time:
Regularly four hours and/or to be determined in consultation
Max number of participants:
Price Quote: On request