Security Management Courses

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    CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

    Why Attend
    The sheer range of potential incidents and emergencies that
    can disrupt or even stop production are increasing. If managed
    correctly then not all of these incidents will become critical or
    be classed as a crisis, but those that result in increased losses or
    put increased demand upon the organisation will have serious
    consequences for the company, the shareholders and
    stakeholders or the country itself badly damaging the
    reputation of all those involved in the response. This course will
    teach you that meeting this commitment involves more than
    just being fully prepared.
    Target Audience
    Leaders or responsible parties in charge of safety, emergency, or
    crisis management, for an organization, division, or municipality.
    These include, but are not limited to: ministry or government
    regulators; fire, safety and security professionals; risk, marketing
    and insurance professionals; designated incident, emergency
    and crisis response professionals; local fire and emergency
    response members; and other emergency response
    professionals. This course is also critical for line managers and
    supervisors wishing to appraise their comprehension of
    emergency response best practices.
    Target Competencies
    Designing appropriate
    response plans
    Organizing Emergency
    Control Centers
    Controlling Emergency
    Response Teams
    Analyzing incidents and
    allocating duties
    Developing crisis
    management strategies
    Course Methodology
    This course will enhance your leadership capabilities through
    assessment, syndicate role play, group discussions. You will
    enhance you crisis communication skills and develop team
    problem solving techniques and methods through various
    challenges. Participants will be given a full student manual with
    industry standards, audits, plans and checklists which are easily
    adapted to your own site specific needs, and a full electronic
    Crisis Response Manual and a video of how to use it.
    Course Objectives
    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
    Understand the attributes between incidents, emergencies
    and crisis situations
    Develop methods to avoid unnecessary escalation, and how
    to design, command and control response to each scenario
    Enhance on-scene leadership capabilities and techniques
    Apply best practice in organizing Emergency Control Centers
    (ECC), Emergency Response Teams (ERT) and Crisis
    Management Teams (CRT) to assist the Forward Incident
    Control (FIC)
    Analyze human factor and allocate duties with regards to
    psychological readiness, recourse allocation, deployment,
    discipline, leadership and welfare

  • latest blog post
    CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

    Why Attend
    The sheer range of potential incidents and emergencies that
    can disrupt or even stop production are increasing. If managed
    correctly then not all of these incidents will become critical or
    be classed as a crisis, but those that result in increased losses or
    put increased demand upon the organisation will have serious
    consequences for the company, the shareholders and
    stakeholders or the country itself badly damaging the
    reputation of all those involved in the response. This course will
    teach you that meeting this commitment involves more than
    just being fully prepared.
    Target Audience
    Leaders or responsible parties in charge of safety, emergency, or
    crisis management, for an organization, division, or municipality.
    These include, but are not limited to: ministry or government
    regulators; fire, safety and security professionals; risk, marketing
    and insurance professionals; designated incident, emergency
    and crisis response professionals; local fire and emergency
    response members; and other emergency response
    professionals. This course is also critical for line managers and
    supervisors wishing to appraise their comprehension of
    emergency response best practices.
    Target Competencies
    Designing appropriate
    response plans
    Organizing Emergency
    Control Centers
    Controlling Emergency
    Response Teams
    Analyzing incidents and
    allocating duties
    Developing crisis
    management strategies
    Course Methodology
    This course will enhance your leadership capabilities through
    assessment, syndicate role play, group discussions. You will
    enhance you crisis communication skills and develop team
    problem solving techniques and methods through various
    challenges. Participants will be given a full student manual with
    industry standards, audits, plans and checklists which are easily
    adapted to your own site specific needs, and a full electronic
    Crisis Response Manual and a video of how to use it.
    Course Objectives
    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
    Understand the attributes between incidents, emergencies
    and crisis situations
    Develop methods to avoid unnecessary escalation, and how
    to design, command and control response to each scenario
    Enhance on-scene leadership capabilities and techniques
    Apply best practice in organizing Emergency Control Centers
    (ECC), Emergency Response Teams (ERT) and Crisis
    Management Teams (CRT) to assist the Forward Incident
    Control (FIC)
    Analyze human factor and allocate duties with regards to
    psychological readiness, recourse allocation, deployment,
    discipline, leadership and welfare

  • latest blog post
    CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE

    Why Attend
    The sheer range of potential incidents and emergencies that
    can disrupt or even stop production are increasing. If managed
    correctly then not all of these incidents will become critical or
    be classed as a crisis, but those that result in increased losses or
    put increased demand upon the organisation will have serious
    consequences for the company, the shareholders and
    stakeholders or the country itself badly damaging the
    reputation of all those involved in the response. This course will
    teach you that meeting this commitment involves more than
    just being fully prepared.
    Target Audience
    Leaders or responsible parties in charge of safety, emergency, or
    crisis management, for an organization, division, or municipality.
    These include, but are not limited to: ministry or government
    regulators; fire, safety and security professionals; risk, marketing
    and insurance professionals; designated incident, emergency
    and crisis response professionals; local fire and emergency
    response members; and other emergency response
    professionals. This course is also critical for line managers and
    supervisors wishing to appraise their comprehension of
    emergency response best practices.
    Target Competencies
    Designing appropriate
    response plans
    Organizing Emergency
    Control Centers
    Controlling Emergency
    Response Teams
    Analyzing incidents and
    allocating duties
    Developing crisis
    management strategies
    Course Methodology
    This course will enhance your leadership capabilities through
    assessment, syndicate role play, group discussions. You will
    enhance you crisis communication skills and develop team
    problem solving techniques and methods through various
    challenges. Participants will be given a full student manual with
    industry standards, audits, plans and checklists which are easily
    adapted to your own site specific needs, and a full electronic
    Crisis Response Manual and a video of how to use it.
    Course Objectives
    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
    Understand the attributes between incidents, emergencies
    and crisis situations
    Develop methods to avoid unnecessary escalation, and how
    to design, command and control response to each scenario
    Enhance on-scene leadership capabilities and techniques
    Apply best practice in organizing Emergency Control Centers
    (ECC), Emergency Response Teams (ERT) and Crisis
    Management Teams (CRT) to assist the Forward Incident
    Control (FIC)
    Analyze human factor and allocate duties with regards to
    psychological readiness, recourse allocation, deployment,
    discipline, leadership and welfare

  • latest blog post
    INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY MANAGEMENT

    Why Attend
    This program, delivered by a highly experienced Arabic-speaking
    security expert, will provide participants with an insight into the
    fundamentals of managing modern and effective security operations.
    It will address a wide variety of topics such as security policies and
    procedures, physical (site) security and incident management and
    investigation, to enable all participants to understand the principles
    of security and risk management.
    The program will provide practical and up-to-date security
    management skills and techniques that can be implemented within
    each participant’s organization and security team.
    Target Audience
    This course is designed for personnel involved in the development,
    implementation and/or management of security operations and/or
    strategy. Security managers, physical security specialists, risk
    management professionals, as well as security officers wishing to take
    on security management responsibilities, will highly benefit from this
    course.
    Target Competencies
    Security Management
    Security Policies and
    Procedures
    Physical Security
    Risk Assessment
    Incident Management
    Incident Investigation
    Course Methodology
    This program is highly interactive and includes group discussions,
    case studies and syndicate work. It also includes practical exercises
    that enable all participants to apply the advanced knowledge they
    gained and demonstrate their skills in security management.
    Course Objectives
    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
    Apply best practice and fundamentals of security management to
    successfully protect an organization’s resources and assets
    Plan, implement and improve an organization’s security strategy
    Manage a security team and its resources
    Conduct a risk management assessment and recommend relevant
    security measures
    Design and implement effective security policies and procedures
    Manage incidents using effective communication and
    coordination skills
    Conduct thorough incident investigations through information
    collection and reporting procedures
    Consider physical security management characteristics when
    assessing site’s infrastructure

  • latest blog post
    INTRODUCTION TO SECURITY MANAGEMENT

    Why Attend
    This program, delivered by a highly experienced Arabic-speaking
    security expert, will provide participants with an insight into the
    fundamentals of managing modern and effective security operations.
    It will address a wide variety of topics such as security policies and
    procedures, physical (site) security and incident management and
    investigation, to enable all participants to understand the principles
    of security and risk management.
    The program will provide practical and up-to-date security
    management skills and techniques that can be implemented within
    each participant’s organization and security team.
    Target Audience
    This course is designed for personnel involved in the development,
    implementation and/or management of security operations and/or
    strategy. Security managers, physical security specialists, risk
    management professionals, as well as security officers wishing to take
    on security management responsibilities, will highly benefit from this
    course.
    Target Competencies
    Security Management
    Security Policies and
    Procedures
    Physical Security
    Risk Assessment
    Incident Management
    Incident Investigation
    Course Methodology
    This program is highly interactive and includes group discussions,
    case studies and syndicate work. It also includes practical exercises
    that enable all participants to apply the advanced knowledge they
    gained and demonstrate their skills in security management.
    Course Objectives
    By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
    Apply best practice and fundamentals of security management to
    successfully protect an organization’s resources and assets
    Plan, implement and improve an organization’s security strategy
    Manage a security team and its resources
    Conduct a risk management assessment and recommend relevant
    security measures
    Design and implement effective security policies and procedures
    Manage incidents using effective communication and
    coordination skills
    Conduct thorough incident investigations through information
    collection and reporting procedures
    Consider physical security management characteristics when
    assessing site’s infrastructure