CSARN Safer Business Travel Workshops /
Training and Exercises for Managers and Executives
1 Day 09:00 to 16:00
Class Size - 12
Major incidents overseas often endanger British travellers and executives with little prior warning. CSARN's travel training gives business travellers the essential mix of preparation and knowledge to have the best skill-sets to safely anticipate and manage rapidly unfolding crisis situations.
CSARN / Security and Risk in the Cyber Age
Half day class
This half day CSARN course shall brief delegates on current information and cyber security risks, provide an assessment tool for delegates to determine the vulnerabilities of their own organisation and present solutions as to how risks can be mitigated and countered against.
- • Corporate Exposure to Social Media Risk
- Reputational Protection
- System Protection
- Data Protection
- Government and law enforcement responses
- Using social media for crisis recovery
CSARN / Crisis Communications
Andrew Gilligan / London Editor Daily Telegraph
Richard Bingley / Former Government Communications
Brett Lovegrove / Former Head of Counter Terrorism City of London Police
Jon Clements / Crime Correspondent, Daily Mirror
Experienced national reporters, broadcasters, commanders and press officers come together to provide authentic and tested operational and strategic communications training. Tailored to fit the roles of senior directors, emergency planners or communications professionals, CSARN's Crisis Communications modules pitch attendees directly into the eye of the storm, giving them the critical skills sets to turn a crisis into an opportunity, enabling you to confidently impress and reassure your target audience.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out dates, the course curriculum and tutor biographies. Classes for public and private sector clients, or a mixture of both (for example, across a business continuity forum or Business Improvement District) can also be arranged.