This intensive one-day safety training course is specially designed to prepare travellers for their upcoming trips and has seen a wide range of travellers; from gap year travellers to journalists and celebrities alike, join the course.
The course covers a wide range of travel issues, including health, safety and practical skills, and by the end of the day you'll know what to do in a range of situations and be ready to face your trip no matter where you're headed or why.
Split into a number of sections throughout the day, the course is held in central London, and runs between 9.30am and 15.45.
Aiming to get you confident and prepared (and most importantly, keep you safe), you'll be taught how to deal with likely problems you may face along the way, and be shown how to quickly recognise dangers, use your initiative, think on your feet, and make the most of any situation.
The sections you'll cover whilst on the course include:
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Taught through interactive scenarios, role play, discussions, lectures, and hands-on examples, the course is led by experienced and well-travelled instructors who like to keep things fun and interesting, and will pepper the day with some incredible personal stories and travel anecdotes!
Meeting at 09.30am in the reception area of the Troubadour Cafe in Earls Court, London, your schedule for the day should start at around 09.45 and will run in the following way:
Price per student: £165 if you would like to book the safety course please call us on 01892 527392
Lasting one day, the course runs between 9.30am - 4.30pm, and includes a simple buffet lunch, cold drinks, teas and coffees. Courses are held in London. Each student will be issued with travellers notes at the end of the course.