This summer from 30 July until 10 August Turiba University in Riga, Latvia will host NORDPLUS intensive course „Organisation and Individual Security”. Kazimieras Simonavičius University invites to apply students of all faculties, especially Law programme.
In recent years security issues have become important also to Baltic and Nordic countries. World is coping with such challenges as migration, conflicts based on different cultural backgrounds, cyber-attacks and other new challenges. This leads to fact that there is need for high quality training for young security specialists.
Students will gain knowledge of assessment of security tactics for guarded sites, basics of tactical planning and implementation methods for threat prevention and their legal regulation; comprehensive knowledge of facts, theory and correlations necessary for carrying out work related tasks, personal growth and development, public participation and social integration. There will be topics of Stress Management in Crisis Situations, Globalization and Intercultural communication, Team-building, Cyber-security and Data protection as well as Copyrights included in the course.
In this Course participants will be bachelor and master level students from Latvia, Lithuania and Finland. Lessons and practical seminars will be led by professors from 3 partner Universities as well as invited professionals.
Organisers will cover travel costs to Riga, accommodation, catering, local transports, excursions and study visits.
Language of the Course – English, participation in the Course – free of change. Applications are accepted only from full time bachelor and master level students. Students will receive 3 ECTS for the participation in the Course.
Please fill and application form and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org until 29 June. Only 10 students from KSU will get chance to participate in this course.
Video of the last year Course is available here.
This Course is implemented by Turiba University (Latvia) in a cooperation with Kazimieras Simonavičius University (Lithuania) and Turku School of Economics (Finland). Project receives financial support from NORDPLUS Higher education program.