Kidnap avoidance & risk awareness for Interpreters working in hostile environments.
Thread poster: Renata L. Parolari Fernandes
Renata L. Parolari Fernandes
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:57
English to Portuguese
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Aug 1, 2008

One of our main partners is offering a valuable training for interpreters who will be working in hostile environments (conflict zones, etc).

The training takes place in Birmingham, UK and it lasts for 8 hours.

Throughout the day, Delegates will learn key skills that will allow them to:

hostage taking Reduce the risk of being taken hostage.

surviving captivity If the worst should happen – to survive captivity and exploitation.

hostage negotiation Develop Best Practice for ‘Unintentional Negotiators’ – the person who is the initial Point of Contact between family/employer and the Hostage Takers.

Delegate rate for this world class, life-saving, training is £195 + VAT (£230) and includes lunch and refreshments

For more details please contact us at

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