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Honing complex skills with training from the ISRM

April 2021: The Institute of Strategic Risk Management (ISRM) announces a free training offer to professionals worldwide.

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The training will help experienced security, risk and business continuity managers, frontline operators and team leaders to focus on the future, as well as dealing with the very real challenges that we all now face.

It consists of a series of free webinar training programmes that will allow people all over the world to use this time to develop their personal and professional skills as well as gaining a globally recognised qualification in risk and crisis management.

Attendance on the webinar is free to those who pre-register, and the fees for the certification are £160 for the Level 4 qualification and £200 for the Level 5 qualification (both +VAT).

Level 5 Award in ‘Corporate risk and crisis management’: May 17 – 21, 2021 at 10:00-11:30 BST

The Level 5 programme is designed for experienced security, risk and business continuity managers who are being given responsibility for the planning, management and implementation of increasingly complex security, risk management, business continuity, emergency response or crisis management projects. Since its inception in 2015 it has become widely recognised as one of the leading professional qualifications in the world, the only risk and crisis management award to appear on the UK government register of qualifications accredited by the University of Portsmouth against their BSc (Hons) degree in Security and Risk Management and providing post-nominals M.ISRM (Member of the Institute of Strategic Risk Management).

Level 4 Award in ‘Foundations of security and risk management’: May 17 – 21, 2021 at 16:00-17:30 BST
The Level 4 programme is designed for frontline operators and team leaders who want to have a better understanding of how to do their job in a well-structured and professional manner, as well as gaining a first professional qualification.

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