After I got in the security domain, I had always suffered from not being able to put into practice what I have learned, I always wanted to practice my knowledge more and more. The first point that made me say “ I must be a part of this training” was the high numbered of exercises and applications. However, as I get the lowdown, I have come to realize that aside from learning technical information, I can also improve myself both mentally and psychologically. That is what the training wants to teach primarily.
After having a phone talk with program manager, I did decide to take the course by any means. The key questions that had put me in doubt were “ will I be able to handle to work, the school and the training, will I be tough enough to go through all this or will I be too frangible and give up” these. From the first minute of the training, Conversations filled with experience begins and the questions in your mind gets answered. The very first thing you really have to learn from this training is not to give up, but to struggle, to get away from your ego, to not let anybody behind and to learn how a discipline equals freedom. You learn how important is the concept of Semper Paratus. By doing this, you unknowingly understand how you and your team can handle an incident that you come across in real life.
It is being told that by successfully jogging this mindset to our minds, we would succeed to achieve s in the technical sense as well. The key point of this training is, of course, the field training. At the end of all this spoken and mentioned things, you come to witness how are you and how your team is while facing an incident as a team. The crucial point is not to give up, to see the necessity of being a team to achieve something. You learn not to give up and put in some effort as you see your teammates struggling and putting an effort on your behalf. That is what the main aim is.
Throughout the training, you learn to overcome with every sort of troubles and misfortunes.