Critical Incident Management & Awareness Training (CIMAT) seminars
Our CIMAT Seminar contains three elements to support awareness in the event of a terrorist attack and should that attack escalate into a hostage situation this is also covered.
- Security Awareness (foundational element)
- Terrorist Attack
- Hostage Awareness
The foundational element of our seminar, Security Awareness, is vital to our whole CIMAT program as it provides the attendees with a better perspective on how they can protect their organisation, themselves and their families.
Surprise is one of the main factors of any successful attack which is, in most cases, preceded by some form of surveillance and planning. One of the main factors in mitigating surprise is awareness and being cognisant of one’s surroundings and changing events.
We are all continually aware of the number of growing incidence of terrorist attacks throughout the world and in particular, those that have occurred on our own soil. The terrorists’ methods of attacks are flexible and they have an array of such to use, example:
- Active Shooter
- Knife attacks
- IED (Improvised Explosive Device) – planted
- PBIEB (Person Borne Improvised Explosive Device) Suicide
- VBIED (Vehicle Borne Improvised Expolsive Device)
- VAAW (Vehicle As Attack Weapon) Pedestrian Road Ramming
- Chemical attack
- Combination of any or all the above
Our full seminar is delivered over 3 hours and attendees are given a link to our Learner Management System (LMS), where they can quickly review each element of the seminar and answer a short quiz at the end of each. Employers will be provided with learner retention reports from the LMS, which makes our seminar measurable for its effectiveness and can be added to an organisation’s employee development program. We believe that this really adds value to our clients.