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When you train with us, you are training with the very best of the resilience profession. Our people have many years of industry experience combined with the expertise required to impart knowledge and encourage learning in a participative, vibrant and dynamic environment.
Take a look at our extensive list of courses below. Many of these are delivered from our College in Yorkshire but we also take our courses on the road, and deliver them from venues across the UK. Not only that, most of these course can also be delivered from your own venue, condensed or extended to meet specific needs or entirely bespoke especially for you and your organisation.
If you want to know more about bespoke and 'offsite' delivery, if you can't find what you are looking for or need assistance in choosing the right course to meet your needs, please contact our team on 01347 821406.
You will also find useful bookings advice on our FAQs page.
(Important note: If your course is residential (ie more than one day in length) refreshments, lunch, dinner, bed and breakfast are included at our College for the duration of your course. If you wish to extend your stay at the College, you may also be able to book pre and post course accommodation and meals (at additional cost) during the shopping basket checkout process.)
(Please note that ONLY courses running at the EPC in Easingwold include meals and overnight accommodation. If you need to book accommodation for events in other locations, please contact the venue where the event is being delivered.)
This course aims to provide an introduction to civil protection arrangements in the United Kingdom.
This course aims to give practitioners who are new to the business of civil protection a developed understanding of how multi-agency Integrated Emergency Management (IEM) is delivered in the UK.
This course aims to examine risk management in civil protection, in order to improve practice at the LRF level
This course aims to examine a range of strategic issues and key themes in the management of civil protection risks, relating to their causes, their perception by the public and issues related to communication with the public about them.
This course aims to assist emergency planners in preparing a set of multi agency shelter and evacuation plans.
This course aims to provide delegates with the skills and knowledge to develop, exercise and validate emergency response plans.
This course aims to examine the issues associated with planning for, and responding to, mass fatalities.
This course aims to examine good practice in planning for COMAH related emergencies and other major industrial accident risks.
For elected members of local authorities in the UK, particularly those who are engaged in civil protection matters.
This course aims to equip the delegates with the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary to be an effective contingency plan writer.
This course aims to provide an introduction to the multi-agency management of crowd safety.
This course aims to provide delegates with the opportunity to develop their skills, knowledge and competencies in respect of their role within an event control.
This course aims to provide those with responsibility for the safety of spectators at motorsports events in public places, a framework for good practice in planning and organising such events.
This course aims to provide an understanding of basic crowd psychology; techniques to plan and manage safe pedestrian flows at venues during routine operations and emergency situations.
This course aims to provide a guide to licensing legislation and good practice at stadiums, sports and large events.
This course aims to provide those with responsibility for the safety of crowds at festivals and mass gatherings with an appreciation of good practice in the planning, organising and operating of events.
This course aims to provide delegates with opportunity to apply strategic integrated safety management to sports grounds and events.
This course aims to provide those with responsibility for the safe management of shopping centres with key knowledge, skills and awareness relating to safety and security of the public.
This course aims to provide those who have to procure, use or inspect Temporary Demountable Structures (TDS) with an awareness of the relevant issues, based on the available guidance published by the Institution of Structural Engineers.
To enable delegates to apply a consistent approach in their roles within a Safety Advisory Group.
This programme aims to develop knowledge and skills in the safe management of spectator events.
This course enables delegates to gain a greater understanding of the requirements of fire risk assessments in the planning and management of events.
This course explains the legal duties and guidance surrounding the provision of First Aid and medical provision for events.
Understand the requirements for the transport and traffic management plans for events.
This course aims to promote good practice in the implementation of a business continuity programme.
Certificate of the BCI (CBCI) Examination
This BCI licensed training course is a foundation course based on the Business Continuity Institutes “Good Practice Guidelines”. It covers the full business continuity lifecycle and helps prepare students to pass the Business Continuity Institute's Certificate in Business Continuity.
The course consists of three days intensive residential training with the option of staying on and sitting the exam the following day.
Alternatively, delegates may wish to book an exam in their local area or at a later date – details for all exam dates throughout the UK are listed on the BCI website www.thebci.org
This course aims to provide delegates with knowledge and skills in order for them to manage an existing business continuity management system or to plan the implementation of a business continuity management system from scratch.
This course aims to examine key principles of a CBRN recovery process
This course aims to enhance individual’s skills and develop a greater understanding of the key activities required to deal with an emergency within the dynamic environment of a Control Centre.
This course aims to improve the knowledge and skills of managers in the preperation, planning and activation of the recovery phase.
This course aims to prepare the delegate for emergency management activity at the local strategic level.
To examine the knowledge and skills required to work effectively in tactical co-ordinating groups.
This course aims to enable delegates to acquire the knowledge and confidence to respond to any emergency situation; deploying media and communications strategies in support of incident commanders to safeguard those at risk, reassure the wider public and keep our own staff informed.
Participants will learn how to deal with the media before, during and after a crisis.
This course aims to assist participants in the development of a strategy for warning & informing the public to raise awareness of, and preparedness for, emergencies.
This course aims to examine the need for interoperable and resilient telecommunications in Integrated Emergency Management.
This course aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to conduct debriefing following an emergency or exercise.
This course aims to equip participants wti the knowledge and skills to fulfil the role of Decision - Loggist in an emergency response.
This course aims to provide liaison officers with an understanding of their role and responsibilities during an emergency or pre-planned event.
This 40 minute interactive webinar will equip you with the understanding of developing cyber resilience in the context of global digitisation trends.
Exploring some of the challenges that have been faced within Scotland, with Police and Fire reform in 2013, some of the positive changes, alongside the real challenges.
Evening lecture hosted by University of Surrey, exploring aspects of event risk management and considering lessons learned.
A two-day course designed to provide an introduction to the management of crowd safety in complex built environments.
Develop the knowledge and skills required to work effectively in the role of tactical (silver) management during a dynamic incident.
Develop good practice in the exercising of emergency plans and to conduct debriefing following an emergency, exercise or other activity.
Develop the most up-to-date and professional understanding of the way modern media works and is used in emergencies.
Develop an understanding of the role of an emergency control room, including the cross-flow of information and enhanced skills of decision-making, information management and log keeping.
Understand and be able to effectively investigate and report on incidents as a manager in a shopping centre context.
Understand the way crowds of people respond to an emergency and consequently behave in a shopping centre environment and understand what measures need to be taken to manage them safely.
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