An evening with Lance Burdett

An evening with Lance Burdett

Join us at Horsham Downs for a relaxed get together and BBQ

Published on Sunday, March 03, 2019

Communicating in challenging situations, resolving conflict, motivating staff, responding to emergencies and controlling emotion levels are all within our expertise. Come a long to Horsham Downs Hall from 6pm on 10 April to have a bite to eat and be inspired and entertained by our fabulous guest speaker, founder of Warn International.

Our guest speaker Lance, has worked with elite international tactical units across police, the military, emergency services, prisons and the FBI.

With 22 years policing experience at the highest level, Lance has expertise in responding to emergencies and communicating in challenging situations.

Lance specialised in suicide intervention and on predicting violent behaviour in his 13 years as a crisis negotiator and instructor for the NZ Police. The skills he learned through first-hand experience in varied incidents provides him with confidence that he can assist you and your organisation.

He has a track record of leading successful teams through recruitment, training, professional development, motivation and welfare support.

Lance has a Master of Arts Degree, majoring in Terrorism, Safety and Security. He has a Graduate Diploma in Business Studies, a Diploma in Policing and a Graduate Certificate in Applied Management.

Lance was the National Advisor for NZ Police Negotiation Teams. He completed the NZ Police Negotiation Qualification Course, qualified on the FBI Negotiators Course held in Quantico, USA, and attended the Counter Terrorist Negotiators Course held in Darwin, Australia.

Lance published the bestselling book – Behind the Tape, Life on the Police Frontline – detailing highlights of his police career.
Not only has Lance worked with industry leaders across the world he has also worked with numerous sporting organisations.



THIS IS NOT AN EVENT TO MISS, please RSVP to 021 180 2995 so we know how many to cater for. This is a free event from the Waikato Hauraki Coromandel Rural Support Trust.

More regular information can be found on our Facebook page.
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