This course compliments and supports existing Business Continuity arrangements and enables those staff with roles and responsibilities within business continuity and crisis management plans and procedures to be trained on managing incidents and crises.
The course lasts one full day and designed to be a progressive developmental learning opportunity for delegates. Following initial introductions and briefings delegates will have the opportunity to participate in a number of low-key live-play exercises.
The exercises are an opportunity for delegates to consider the initial stages of incident management including notification, invocation and information management. The exercises are also an opportunity to consider how events will be managed and coordinated both in respect of internal response and liaison with external agencies.
The exercise will be interspersed with classroom theory and by the end of the training day delegates should be able to demonstrate learning and new skills and an increased confidence if called upon to manage an incident or crisis or be otherwise involved in the response to such.
The course is designed for incident team members, crisis management team members and others that may be expected to support the various business continuity teams and incident response arrangements. Delegates will be afforded the opportunity to consider the requirements upon team members in respect of:
Although participants will not undergo formal assessment by the course instructors they are expected as part of the course arrangements for summative assessments to subsequently completed, which demonstrates the ability to effect change and lead to formal accreditation of attendance.
The majority of the courses displayed are offered at all inclusive costs and include catering and refreshments, registration and exam fees, and other directly associated costs i.e. DSA DCPC uploads etc. Our specifc 9001:2008 registration covers vocational training ensuring quality to the provision of these solutions.
Special discount rates exist for members of the emergency services and registered charities. Ring the office on 0844 875 3031 option 5 to find out more.
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