For decades, aid workers have responded to increasing humanitarian needs in complex environments while facing serious threats and access challenges. Security risk management (SRM) has become crucial in allowing humanitarians to deliver aid despite these obstacles, and the sector’s professionalisation has enabled NGOs to meet their Duty of Care and ensure that humanitarian operations are safe and sustainable.
In this webinar, GISF and INSSA explored the journey of the professionalisation of SRM in the humanitarian sector and learnt how GISF and Disaster Ready’s free Security Risk Management Essentials Certificate and INSSA’s Security Risk Management Professional Certification can support aid workers and NGOs in effectively managing security risks to support vulnerable communities.
This webinar will be helpful, whether you’re:
– A humanitarian security professional looking for courses and qualifications to enhance your own or your colleague’s SRM expertise,
– A humanitarian or human resources professional wanting to learn more about free opportunities to expand your organisation’s SRM capacity,
– Or you’re just interested in learning more about different professional learning opportunities in the humanitarian space
You can find a recording of the webinar below: