1-Day Kidnap Incident Management Workshop (basic)
|Start date||13 Dec 2022|
|End date||13 Dec 2022|
|Time||9:00 am GMT |4:00 AM EST|
|Type||Crisis management, Crisis, Other|
|Cost||$2,400 USD, per person|
Our kidnap incident management workshop engages participants in the management of a kidnap-for-ransom incident at a corporate level. Developed and delivered by experienced and expert consultants, this workshop provides participants with a detailed understanding of the expectations during a kidnap for ransom incident and supports clients in their planning for how to react, including policy, organisational, and detailed procedural issues. The workshop will support and develop participants decision making and accountability, before, during and after an incident.
Our 1-day workshop will show you how to develop and maintain an effective and well-informed approach to managing kidnap-for-ransom cases. We provide an in-depth understanding of the decision-making requirements that must be made during a kidnap incident. Workshops are delivered by our expert instructors who have ample experience in kidnap management globally, and feature theory-based learning, group discussion, challenges and role plays.
Our training package includes:
Who should attend?
Designed for organisation for managers of operations in medium to high-risk environments, including:
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