Security While Traveling Abroad
The SWTA Course will significantly enhance a traveller’s awareness needed to practice personal security when traveling, and will ultimately ensure they have a safe and rewarding travel experience.
While travel today is safer than ever before; nevertheless, it can be stressful even for the most experienced travellers. Domestic and international travel presents certain risks for anyone, especially in areas of the world where the government has limited control over its citizenry and where law and order are not as formally established as they are in the developed world. Threats, including crime, terrorisms, espionage, health, climate, earthquakes and tsunamis are realistic; however they can be managed with proper planning and safety procedures. Having a practical travel plan prepared in advance of the departure date that considers all aspects of a traveller’s safety and security from departure until return, will ensure a safe, secure and enjoyable trip.
The Infrastructure Resilience Research Group is pleased to offer the Security While Travelling Abroad (SWTA) Course to help the traveller prepare for a trip. The SWTA Course has been developed in order to provide advice and practical guidance to employees, managers, executives, and departmental security personnel. Whether it is to attend a conference, engage in negotiations with foreign counterparts, Infrastructure Resilience Research Group (IRRG) Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Design spend a period of time in the offices of a subsidiary or deliver a presentation, or simply for personal enjoyment, this scenario-based course will provide tips, common sense guidance, suggestions and advice to assist all travellers plan for a successful travel.