Level 6 Diploma in Strategic Risk and
Crisis Management (12 Months Distance Learning)
For modern security managers, the world is very different from that we were used to ten or twenty years ago. One of the most fundamental differences is the complexity of the risk environment that we are operating in, and it is that complexity that leads to the crisis scenarios that we are faced with today.
For the modern corporation, every aspect of their operation is based on a highly- interconnected network of sub-operations, the failure of anyone which could be the trigger for a major, and potentially catastrophic, corporate failure. The nature of outside events – natural disasters, climactic changes, terrorism, political instability or supply chain collapse to name but a few, pose challenges that few security managers have actually been prepared for.
Whilst each crisis is unique in itself, the challenges they create are highly predictable, and it is the creation of a robust and resilient crisis management capability based on effective planning and management that differentiates those organisations that are able to survive and recover from crisis events, and those organisations that are actually inherently unprepared, and are likely to fail at the earliest stage of any crisis situation.
This course, which has been run for senior risk and crisis management planners and managers from major international organisations, corporations and government and security agencies across the world, is designed to give participants an insight into how crises develop, how they impact on an organisation, and how that organisation can best prepare itself for a strong, speedy and effective response.
I hope that we will see you on the courses, and look forward to sharing much more information with you then’.
Dr David Rubens DSyRM, CSyP, FSyI
CEO, Deltar training services