Security Incident Information Management: Online training for programme staff

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

17th of October 2017

ABOUT THE COURSE
The course looks at how organisations can improve their security incident information management system and incident preparedness, focusing on:

  • Informing immediate responses to incidents
  • Implementing lessons learned for a better prevention
  • Using data to better understand the humanitarian security context.
  • Using data to inform decision making at organisation level

Session content, discussions, coordinated activities and group work will reinforce participant’s knowledge, skills and competencies on: collection, reporting, recording, analysis, use, and sharing of security incident information.

LEARNING METHODS
The format of the 4 session learning programme encourages participants to set targets and reflect on their progress whilst “on the job,” as part of a coherent and high-quality staff development programme.

  • 3-4 hours a week for 4 weeks, will commence on the 23 October
  • Delivered online for maximum convenience
  • Participatory approach involving group work, live presentations every Wednesday and discussion.

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR

  • Aid agency staff involved in incident reporting: national security staff, regional security staff and any others whose involvement would benefit headquarter level SFPs.
  • The training is open to all, with a view that those who participate will contribute to the Security in Numbers Database managed by Insecurity Insight. For more information on the database and what is required from contributing organisations please email sharene.wakefield@redr.org.uk

APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS

  • Register you interest by completing the application form at the ‘register’ link at the top of this page. We will then be in touch once we assess your application

ENQUIRIES
For questions regarding the course content please contact:
marine.menier@redr.org.uk or Iffaf.khan@redr.org.uk

For general course enquiries please email Sharene.wakefield@redr.org.uk