A Good Practice – Situational Training in Civilian National Security Education
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The article presents the meaning, sources and development of situational training. It discusses its place and role in civilian national security education and also describes its personal and material conditions, the tools and equipment used. It presents the related challenges and limitations and highlights the connections between experiential learning and situational training. The article points out the importance of knowledge transfer within a group as well as the importance of self-expression. It underlines the significant role of the fact-based planning and preparedness for unforeseen events and outlines a possible way of development of situational training in the form of reactive shooting.
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