Module 11 (Basic Training on Avoidance of Direct Participation in Hostilities and Complicity in Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (IHL) Violations) is a 1-hour course aimed at providing personnel of private security service providers (particularly operational staff, technicians and engineers) with basic knowledge on how to act within the law when on missions abroad.
The course is designed to help the learner understand and easily identify activities that might constitute direct participation in hostilities, or violations of domestic law, human rights and international humanitarian law (IHL).
The course is divided into 3 parts, broken down to digestible content and real-life scenarios for easy learning.
After each part, the learner will complete an evaluation to assess their knowledge of the content before moving on to the next part.
A certificate will be issued after successful completion of the course.
* The course can be taken online or offered in a class-room setting.