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Certificate in security management

Main organization(s): RedR - United Kingdom

Description

Given the insecure and often rapidly changing environments in which aid agencies work, safety and security management is not an optional extra. It needs to be at the heart of humanitarian programmes. This five day course will enable participants to identify the key requirements for managing security in an organisational framework and practice essential techniques in risk management and crisis response.

The course draws on extensive field case studies, the current humanitarian environment and the security management practices used by humanitarian bodies internationally.

The content of this module has been informed by the National Occupational Standards (UK) in Security Management, and the material is aligned with the InterAction Minimum Operating Security Standards and ECHO Training Modules.

The module will be run as a five day intensive workshop involving presentations, group work, the production of a security plan and two simulation exercises.

Course Assessment

As this is a credit-rated course, participants will be assessed both during and after the course. In order to receive the certificate of completion for this credit-rated course, participants will be required to:
· Complete pre-course reading
· Participate actively in the five-day workshop
· Perform to an assessed standard in class exercises
· Fulfil the requirements a post-workshop learning journal

Oxford Brookes credit-rating

The Certificate in Security Management has been credit rated by Oxford Brookes University and is equivalent to ten M-level credits. Credits can be transferred to the Masters in Development and Emergency Practice (DEP) at Oxford Brookes or other similar postgraduate qualifications. For more information on all of RedR’s credit-rated courses and the assessment process, please visit our website, www.redr.org.uk.

Subject areas

Issues covered include:

· Environmental scanning (local contexts and programmes)
· Threat, vulnerability and risk assessment
· Application of Risk standards and models
· Incident response, analysis, reporting and information management
· Security strategies, policy and planning
· Legal liability
· Crisis management
· Operational continuity
· Team management through security programming
· Psycho-social support

Target audience

This course is appropriate for any humanitarian staff working or looking to work in complex emergencies. The course targets staff that does or will have a project/programme management role from the field of HQ and or is security focal points.

Geographical coverage

Global

Duration

28 Feb 2011 - 04 Mar 2011

Application procedure

Please fill out the on-line application ask for further details by emailing the Pakistan office: pakistan@redr.org.uk

Registering at: www.new.brightspyre.com/redr/

Calling on the numbers: +92 (0) 51 835 7974-75.
Fax: +92 (0) 51 227 2719

Tuition & cost

USD 50/participant/day for International NGOs and USD 25/participant/day for National NGOs (per the standard, subsidised rates)

Contact

Venue: RedR UK Pakistan Office, House no. 18, Street 1, F-6/3, Islamabad, 44000, Pakistan

Last updated

20 Jan 2011



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  • Type Continuing education
  • Level Certificate/Diploma
  • Location(s) Pakistan (Islamabad)

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