Udemy – Traveler Safety, Security & Handling Emergencies Abroad [100% off]
LATEST: Course Fully Updated For November 2015
After being bumped in a large crowd you notice that your passport has been stolen from your bag. What would you, as a new traveler, do in this situation? Unfortunately, tourists are often very susceptible to dangers abroad, from theft to large-scale crises. It is crucial that travelers be aware of serious circumstances which might arise and cause trouble for them so that they can remain calm when it is time to take action.
This course is divided into two parts. First, topics intended to help prevent emergencies by ensuring a traveler’s personal safety and security are covered. Second, topics related to handling emergencies that may actually happen abroad are discussed, including: potential emergencies you may encounter and assisting organizations that can provide help.
No prior travel knowledge is required!
What You Get:
- A comprehensive travel checklist which details everything you need to do before you depart for your international trip.
- 24/7 lifetime access to course content and materials.
- All future extra lectures and upgrades are always included for free.
- Unconditional Udemy 30 day money-back guarantee.
What You’ll Learn:
- 3 reasons travelers are at a greater risk of danger abroad
- How to determine the relative security of a country based on information provided by the U.S. State Department
- What travel alerts and warnings are and how they should be interpreted by travelers regarding their travel plans
- How and why U.S. citizens should enroll in the U.S. STEP program (traveler registration)
- Measures for enhancing a traveler’s personal security abroad, including camera hacks, preventing luggage loss or theft, labeling luggage, and assigning power of attorney before departure
- The role of a U.S. embassy to aid you during an emergency abroad
- What the Office of Overseas Citizen Services is and how to contact them
- What potential restitution can be offered by your state’s National Association of Crime Victim Compensation Board if you are the victim of a crime abroad
- What truly qualifies as an overseas emergency and how to handle, broadly, different types of emergencies which may arise
A final very important point:
- This course can be taken by anyone, but it was made by a U.S. citizen and from the perspective of a U.S. citizen. Much of the course material does detail safety procedures for U.S. citizens, like how to find the nearest U.S. embassy, what the U.S. Office of Overseas Citizen Services can do for travelers, and how a U.S. embassy can assist during an emergency abroad.
Click the “take this course” button, top right, now … and learn how to become a savvy world traveler today!
Bailey Richert, Author, Entrepreneur and World Traveler / Founder, Don’t Die Abroad
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