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Do you have any on-line situational awareness courses that might be useful for the paramedic?

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Yes, our online OSA course is designed as a foundation to build optimal situational awareness. It’s specifically delivered to not be so specific that you don’t take on the main fundamentals and learning processes by the individual basing the information on personal experience only. It’s designed to deliver the fundamentals of great situational awareness for individuals that work in environments of low, medium to high risk. Having trained situational awareness can give you an edge, an edge to identify behaviours of concern and avoid physical confrontations.

MDTA situational Awareness training will teach you to determine the difference between odd and suspicious behaviours, and how to identify indicators that require quick intervention to avoid any possible threat.

NOTE: There are NO physical self defence techniques taught in this program, it is all situational awareness only.

COURSE COVERS.
Optimal Situational Awareness.
The OODA Loop.
WYORB - The colour code system.
Observation skills.
Behavioural Analysis.
Baselines & Anomalies.

Once completed and passed as competent, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.(International Students outside of Australia receive their Certificate as a PDF file online)

For more information click here

Do you have any on-line situational awareness courses that might be useful for the paramedic?

Yes, our online OSA course is designed as a foundation to build optimal situational awareness. It’s specifically delivered to not be so specific that you don’t take on the main fundamentals and learning processes by the individual basing the information on personal experience only. It’s designed to deliver the fundamentals of great situational awareness for individuals that work in environments of low, medium to high risk. Having trained situational awareness can give you an edge, an edge to identify behaviours of concern and avoid physical confrontations.

MDTA situational Awareness training will teach you to determine the difference between odd and suspicious behaviours, and how to identify indicators that require quick intervention to avoid any possible threat.

NOTE: There are NO physical self defence techniques taught in this program, it is all situational awareness only.

COURSE COVERS.
Optimal Situational Awareness.
The OODA Loop.
WYORB - The colour code system.
Observation skills.
Behavioural Analysis.
Baselines & Anomalies.

Once completed and passed as competent, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.(International Students outside of Australia receive their Certificate as a PDF file online)

For more information click here