[Expert-Led Masterclass] Chemical, Biological, Radiological & Nuclear Crisis Response
May 16 - May 17
- Intensive 12-Hour Course
- Certificate of Completion
What you will learn from this Masterclass:
- UNDERSTAND the CBRN threat, its effect and impact, and the consequence of a poor response to the threat.
- UTILISE lateral thinking to understand the threat from the instigator’s perspective, how it may occur, and the intent behind the actions, so that risk mitigation and the subsequent response is effectively enabled.
- APPLY effective risk management to the identified threat, and to the initial and subsequent response and recovery.
- IDENTIFY weaknesses in counter-CBRN response by understanding the effectiveness of capabilities to then identify gaps in key development programmes.
- MEASURE your current response against international standards and against emerging thinking on the ability to mitigate and respond to CBRN threats and hazards.
- ASSESS your, and your organisation’s, perception of the CBRN threat, and apply learning to enhance your preparedness to address CBRN threats and hazards.
- COMMENCE production, or revision, of your organisational counter-CBRN risk-based response plans.
- Strategic Directors and Leaders with responsibility for effective outcomes
- Tactical planners with responsibility for effective response plans
- Command, Control and Coordination role holders
- Risk managers
- LE Investigators
- Military Intelligence Specialists
- LE and Intelligence Analysts;
- National Security Analysts
- Policy Managers
- Liaison Officers
- Crisis Communications and PR Departments
- CBRN responders
In his current role, our Expert Trainer is at the forefront of international efforts to combat chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) threats. He is engaged with the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), collaborating with national and international governments across regions as diverse as ASEAN, the Balkans, Africa, and the Caribbean. His work involves developing and planning CBRN counter-terrorism capabilities, contributing to global security.
Cases and examples, both current and historic will be given throughout, to add depth and
relevance to the methodology.
Interested to be part of this training?
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