Tsamota offers bespoke and standard off-the-shelf training packages ranging from one day to six weeks as appropriate, and training programmes designed to satisfy an organisational or national requirement across multiple agencies or business areas. Training is offered in various extremely diverse information collection techniques; strategic and operational analysis; first responder scenes of crime preservation and exhibit collection; civilian conduct in a hostile environment; interview techniques; use of interpreters; the application of international humanitarian law; security management; evacuation and business continuity planning; environmental monitoring; anti- and counter-surveillance techniques; human contact information collection techniques; organisational governance; organisational information systems management.
All Tsamota’s courses can be broken into modules in order to enable delivery over an extended time period for busy clients unable to devote a single full-time period to a training commitment. For example, a three week fifteen day strategic analysis course can be split into five modules of three days each, with extra quarter-days for recap and reorientation as required per module.
Tsamota’s work ethic in the delivery of training is that wherever possible, courses and programmes must be inter-active, with a balance between delivering classroom theory, engaging in
the practice through active scenario exercising, and participation of the trainees through the writing of papers, production of case study analyses, and role-playing when required. Where appropriate, the courses are designed to meet international standards (ISO) accreditation requirements, or are benchmarked to meet national or industry standards regulation for the delivery of training.