Important: Before you book, please refer to our Attendance Policy.
Who Should Attend: The course is primarily designed for those working in organisations, such as local authorities and other agencies, that do not have a bespoke internal programme of strategic emergency management training. However, those that do have their own programmes may wish to send delegates to experience the multi-agency dimension.
Delegates should have, or be aspiring to, a role at the local strategic level of emergency management. The challenges presented on the course will appeal to strategic thinkers, even if they have relatively little experience of civil protection.
Aim: To prepare delegates for emergency management activity at the strategic level.
Objectives: By the end of the event delegates will be able to:
(Please note: these objectives apply from April 09 - March 10 delivery, and may differ from the April 08 - 09 course content.)
Progression: This course provides skills and knowledge training for individuals who may be required to operate within a strategic-level single or multi-agency decision making group. It provides the ideal opportunity for individuals to acquire and practice decision making skills and competences before participating in team exercises. The next stage of training would be participation in a GOLD STANDARD exercise.
(The 'Strategic Risk Management' and 'Strategic Decision-Making in Emergency Management' courses are complementary and we anticipate delegates may want to attend both. To facilitate this, some of these have been scheduled to run back to back within the same week.)
Director: Mark Leigh
Dates & Rates:
Rate 1 £545 Rate 2 £684 Rate 3 £272
Time: 1400 - 1230
Rate 1 £430 Rate 2 £539 Rate 3 £215
Time: 1400 - 1630
For further information about the content of this course contact Learning Support 01347 825031
To avoid disappointment please telephone to check availability before booking +44 (0)1347 822 877
We reserve the right to amend details of course programmes without notice.