PRLog - Sep. 3, 2012 - The courses use the Crisis Solutions tried and tested approach to crisis management: this means that companies can send staff on different courses and be confident that on their return they can leverage their knowledge to the benefit of all.
The Courses at a Glance:
If you’re the person expected to take the helm when crisis hits – this is the course for you. We look at how crisis leadership differs from business-as-
Incident Management Support
The course will teach you how to set up an incident management room and how to support the team by using proven tools and techniques to ensure it runs effectively. We discuss timelines, status reports, action logs, and how to strengthen your briefing skills.
This course explains how to communicate effectively with both internal and external audiences - how to write and update a crisis communication plan and the opportunities and pitfalls of using social media. It’s an invigorating event and a must for communication professionals who want to be crisis ready.
Crisis Planning and Exercise Management
If you have been tasked with writing or updating a crisis management plan then this course will help you achieve your goal. The course also makes clear how to plan and run successful crisis management exercises.
Commenting on the new venture, Dennis Flynn (CEO Crisis Solutions) said: “Crisis Academy is one of a series of initiatives that will refresh our services to reflect the new challenges faced by crisis managers. For more than a decade we’ve been working with clients around the world and they tell us that, while our team crisis simulations add great value to corporate resilience programmes, sometimes individual training is needed as well. Crisis Academy meets that need so we’re very excited about what Crisis Academy provides.”
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