SITUATIONAL AWARENESS IS MORE YOUR MIND THAN A SKILL SET
The concept of being aware of your surroundings and having the ability to identify potentially dangerous situations is a frame of mind and because of this anyone can utilize these amazing protection principles and thus develop a tactical advantage when it comes to recognizing criminal behavior and danger.
The 360-Degree Situational Awareness program is an important tool to empowering your mind for this mission. It addresses a variety of important security tools to help you take a more proactive stance and anticipate, recognize, and avoid dangerous and threatening situations. The program is based on a proven model of recognition and avoidance, which impart a strong personal protection system for you to mitigate risk.
If you recall the scene in the Bourne Identity in which Jason Bourne is sitting in the diner and while wondering why he has six passports, quickly had a read on the sight lines and where all the exits are located.
He had memorized the six license plates of the vehicles that were in the diner parking lot and had identified clear markers and body language of all the people within the diner to determine potential danger.
Perhaps you are wondering if there are people that actually have these skills in real life…the answer is yes.
The question is though do you need this level of extraordinary awareness of your surroundings to improve your day-to-day personal safety? And the answer is no.
You do however need to better understand and train your situational awareness so that you can be better prepared for any expected and unexpected challenges that may pop their ugly head up at you such as a dangerous person or threat. And Situational Awareness is just another component of the security mindset that is a building block for your personal security.
How do you become better at observing your surroundings and detecting when something is not right or just does not fit?
Here is the breakdown of what you will learn in the program
- Trust the little voice
- Color codes
- Condition yellow reminders
- Observe, orient, decide, act
- Baseline – introduction
- Building your baseline
- Identifying the abnormal
- Baseline summary
TRAINING YOUR SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
- 3 critical steps
- Monitoring your baseline
- Combat natural bias
- Center of attention fixation – COAF
RECOGNIZING AN ARMED INDIVIDUAL
- How to recognize an armed individual
- The weapons check
- Learning from past events
- How guns are concealed
- Disguised weapons
- The gun model
- Folding knives
- Behavior warning signs
- Fast talkers
- When people are too nice
- The doer
- Detail giver
- Disregard or ignore
- Understanding the warning signs
- Quick looks
- Thousand yard stare
- Prolonged eye contact
- Avoiding eye contact
- Emotional disturbance
- Location and dress
- Bend in the elbow
- Positioning introduction
- Tactical and combative maneuvering
- Concealed communications
- Overt verbal or physical threats
- Psychology change
- Active avoidance
- Avoid dangerous places
- Transitional areas
- Distance as your weapon of avoidance
- Physical condition
- Tips for creating distance
TECHNOLOGY AND THE INTERNET
- Being safer online
- Cell phone dangers
- Self-monitoring overview
- Communicate – introduction
- Distress codes: Simple words
- Distress codes: Statement response
- Distress codes: Consecutive wording
- Distress codes: Corporations
- Distress codes: Summary
TARGET SELECTION REDUCTION
- Making yourself a hard target
- Your voice can make a difference
- Be unpredictable
- Other options to minimize risk
- Choke points
- How you can minimize risk with choke points
- Choke points in a vehicle
- Choke points on foot
THE BUDDY SYSTEM: SAFETY IN PAIRS
- The buddy system introduction
Like all Threat Survival System Programs, it is authentically mobile, which means you can take it wherever and whenever you want. The program works on your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone and once you get your login credentials, is available to you 24 X 7! The micro-learning model that we employ in the Threat Survival System Programs means you can break down content into manageable chunks just like YouTube. This increases information retention, and if necessary, provides accessible tools that are available at a moment’s notice.
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360° Situational Awareness program and get prepared to make fast, critical decisions that could save your life and the lives of others.