About this course
Managing an emergency can be complex and challenging, especially when working within a multi-agency environment. Decisions often have to be dynamic, using commonly understood plans, procedures and terminology for dealing with disruptive events.
This course is designed for those who are new to emergency management, taking you step-by-step through the civil protection world in a highly interactive way.
Set within the context of the Civil Contingencies Act, Introduction to Civil Protection is a, multi-agency training course delivered by our Associates who have real time experience of managing the challenges of today’s emergencies.
To provide an introduction to civil protection arrangements within the United Kingdom.
- Define the key duties under the Civil Contingencies Act (CCA) and its associated regulations
- Explain the concept of Integrated Emergency Management
- Outline the most significant aspects of local and central planning and response arrangements
- Describe the key considerations in relation to emergency risk management, emergency planning, response, joint working and recovery
- Outline the requirement and challenges of working with communities before, during and after an incident
Who is This Course For?
Crowds are not just found during events, they’re everywhere. Public transport, shopping centres places of worship and tourist attractions to name just a few.
Regardless of your industry, if you need to understand, move or manage a group of people, this course is for you.
So, whether you’re an Architect, Health & Safety Professional, managing a shopping/town centre, working within facilities, housing, transport, local authorities, the emergency services or any other kind of crowd management role, our Crowd Modelling, Management & Movement (CM3) Course can get you moving in the right direction.
- 1 night's accommodation
- Online training materials
Course Details & Booking
Class £835 per person
£835 exc. VAT
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