Level 4 Organisation Award in
Crisis Management (3 Days)
This programme introduces all of the main concepts associated with crisis management that a risk and security manager is expected to be familiar with
It offers a mixture of theoretical knowledge, organisational templates, and practical exercises that allows each participant to gain maximum benefit from their participation.
All activities are carried out in a spirit of encouragement, engagement, collaboration and mutual support.
The course is designed to develop risk and crisis management professionals who can become leaders within their own organisations, as well as in the wider world.
- To understand the basic principles that are the foundation of effective Corporate Risk and Security Management.
- To be able to utilise those principles in a practical working environment.
- To be able to provide leadership in all issues concerning Corporate Risk and Security Management within your own workplace environment.
- To add value to your own organisation.
- To add value to your own personal and professional development.
- To inspire you to continue with further training.
Happy students at the end of the L4 Advanced Risk and Crisis Management course in Bogota, Colombia September, 2016
Introduction to the Course
Understanding 21st Century Crises
Challenges of Crisis Management
Identifying Crisis Events
Incidents – Emergencies - Crises
Designing an Integrated Crisis Management / Business Continuity Programme
The Foundation of All Crisis Management: Information Sharing and Exchange
Creating the Multi-Agency Crisis Management Framework
Crisis Management: From Zero Hour to Recovery
Organisational Capability Development: Training, Testing and Validation
Table Top Exercise
Summation and Final Thoughts
Assessed Assignments Guidelines
- Participants need to develop four Assignments as part of their course work.
- Each Assignment is around 1200 words, or 12-15 PowerPoint slides.
- They need to demonstrate a clear understanding of all of the principles associated with that particular subject.
- They need to demonstrate an ability to translate theoretical management models into the realities of real world situations.
- They need to demonstrate that the candidate has gained a level of knowledge, skills and professional capability that will allow them to take leadership of corporate risk and crisis management in their own organisations.
- They need to demonstrate that the candidate is worthy of a Level 4 Management Award in Corporate Risk and Crisis Management.
Students at the end of the Counter Terrorism, Corporate Security & Risk Mitigation Programme Singapore, March 2016
Table-Top Exercise,Lima, Peru September 2016
Example of End of Course Assessed Assignments
- Your company consists of a Major Manufacturing Facility, a Logistical Management / Distribution Centre, and a Corporate Administration / Data Management Centre, each located in a different city.
- Each of these are critical to the successful running of the company.
- Take any one of these facilities, and put together a Business Continuity Plan that would allow the company to maintain operational functionality in the event that there was a minor disruption, major disruption and catastrophic disruption to each of the centres.
- Describe the impact that the disruption of the facility you have chosen would have on the other facilities.
- Assignment 4: Crisis Response Management
- Create a ‘Crisis Event’, and then describe all of the issues that would be involved in managing the response to that event. The scenario should be large scale, multi-dimensional and involve a high-level of multi-agency coordination.
- You need to take account of the requirements at Gold Command, Silver Command and Bronze Command Levels.
- You would also need to consider the Coordination Framework, including liaison with external agencies and organisations, and possibly international partners.
- Details would include time-lines, critical decision-making, liaison and coordination, geographical spread and secondary consequences.