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See our full course programme for 2010/11





New Course: Spectator Safety Management

Level 4 NVQ Awarded by the City & Guilds Institute

We are currently launching a new training programme entitled ‘Spectator Safety Management’.  This course is delivered in association with the Football Licensing Authority (FLA) and is supported by the Football Safety Officers’ Association (FSOA).  It will give you all the required skills to enable you to complete a level 4 NVQ qualification awarded by the City & Guilds Institute. 

Find out more about this course [PDF, 173kb]



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(Quote AUG1015 to claim 15% Discount)

2nd-4th    Preparing Emergency Plans for COMAH

4th-6th    Tactical Leadership in Emergency Management

9th-11th   Planning for Recovery from a CBRN Attack

9th-11th   Working in Safety Advisory Groups



6th-8th     Introduction to Civil Protection

6th-8th     Planning for Emergency Assistance Centres

8th-10th   Strategic Highways: Managing Incidents

13th-15th  Introduction to BCM Methodology

13th-15th  Creating Emergency Plans

15th-17th  Introduction to Crowd & Public Safety Management

15th-17th  Risk Management in Civil Protection

20th-22nd  Introduction to Humanitarian Assistance in Emergencies

20th-22nd  Validating Emergency Plans

22nd-23rd  Telecommunications Basics

22nd-24th  Introduction to Civil Protection

22nd-24th  Public Safety at Sports Ground & Events

27th-29th  Developing & Maintaining Your BCM Programme

27th-29th  Emergency Control Centre Operation




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