Management practice in Health and Safety, Quality and Environmental and Risk, Management for example, face similar challenges so this course aims to de-mystify the idea of embedding resilience by providing practical measures to make the discipline more relevant and accessible to a broad range of interested parties. Understanding the culture of your organization is key and sometimes the culture may need to adapt. This course explains how.
Setting up and running a successful resilience program is not only about writing and managing documentation. While this is an important part of developing capability, the really useful part of actually becoming more resilient is to give people the skills and capabilities to anticipate, respond to and manage incidents more effectively by means of essential knowledge and skills.
This course is designed for Risk, Crisis, Continuity and Resilience professionals interested in the subtle art of how to embed resilience into business-as-usual activities.
BC Managers / Champions, Risk Managers / Champions Department Managers, HSE Professionals, Technical Safety Specialists, Crisis Managers.
Face-to-face, classroom based with group discussions and team exercises.
12 to 24