SEC 505 Advanced Strategies / Crisis Preparedness

Experience has shown that the best way to deal with crises is to have a plan prepared in advance for coping with them. Planning for disasters and accidents is an important aspect of the security professional’s job. This course teaches methods and techniques for developing and updating crisis preparedness procedures to anticipate and prepare for the consequences of a wide range of natural and man-made crises.

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Summarize issues that resulted due to Emergency Planning, or lack thereof, based on the 9-11 Commission Report

Identify key personnel involved with creating an executable plan and analyze what constitutes an executable plan.

Exercise and review an Antiterrorism Plan. 

Define Crisis Preparedness and summarize issues that resulted due to Emergency Planning, or lack thereof, based on the 9-11 Commission Report.

Demonstrate the ability to successfully write a sound executable Emergency Management Plan. 

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