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Date/Time
Date(s) - Friday 9/27/2019 - Saturday 9/28/2019
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Location
Knox County Association of Baptists

Categories


security padlock safetyCost is $300, lunch & materials included, and training is good for 5 years.

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This 2 day course involves a comprehensive evaluation of advanced personal protection and captivity survival. It provides pertinent information and provocative interaction for individuals who travel regularly or to increased risk locations.

This advanced course is specifically focused on adults traveling or working in environments that are at-risk for criminal hostage-taking and illegal government detention. It will also provide skill building for those whose responsibilities include leading teams or responding to teams in crisis situations.

*Level B+ courses include scenario-based roleplay interactions.

Subjects include expanded versions of level A courses plus:

  • Contingency Codes of conduct
  • Minimizing exploitation
  • Countering surveillance
  • Principles of security and social media
  • Criminal and government interviews and interrogations
  • Captivity survival
  • Living out your personal testimony in contingency situations

And more.

Please note: NO refunds after September 1, 2019

Contact Heather Beard (hbeard@tnbaptist.org) for further information.

During this event, the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board (or its agents or designees) will be photographing. You may be photographed. By your attendance, you are granting your permission to be photographed for commercial purposes and agree to the following: (1) being photographed by any means; (2) commercial or any other use of your likeness without compensation; (3) specifically waiving all rights of privacy during the photographing; (4) releasing the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board, its agents, designees, officers and employees from any liability for loss, damage, or compensation for the commercial or other use of your likeness; and (5) compliance with all rules and regulations of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board for this event.