BTEC Level 5 accredited Risk and Resilience Managers Course
|Start date||5 Dec 2022|
|End date||16 Dec 2022|
|Time||9:00 am GMT |4:00 AM EST|
|Location||Biggleswade, United Kingdom|
|Type||High risk area movement, Personal protection, Personal safety and security, Risk and threat management, Situational awareness, Security, Security Risk Management, Personal Security, Crisis management, Security Management, High incident behaviour|
|Cost||$3, 300 USD, per person|
This BTEC accredited Level 5 RRMC developed by Control Risks is a 12-day course, combining classroom-based knowledge transfer sessions and practical training to cover a range of key risk and resilience areas.
The Pearson awarded BTEC Level 5 Risk and Resilience Managers Professional Certificate is designed for those seeking to work in the security risk management industry, those wishing to develop their skills and understanding, or those responsible for managing and implementing security and risk management across an organisation in either a corporate environment or higher-risk complex project location.
Following completion of the taught phase attendees are required to complete a realistic scenario-based distance learning assignment consolidating the learning from across the course. Upon successful completion of the course attendees are awarded a BTEC level 5 Professional Certificate and Control Risks Certificate of Completion.
Our training package includes:
Who should attend?
Designed for those seeking to work in the security risk management industry, those wishing to develop their skills and understanding, or those responsible for managing and implementing security across an organisation in either a corporate environment or higher-risk complex project locations.
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