Security Management, 20-23 November
The course will enable participants to identify the key requirements for managing security within organisations working in complex and insecure contexts by practising essential techniques in risk management, security assessment and crisis response. The course is given in cooperation with RedR.
Date: 20-23 November, 2017
Time: The course starts at 8.45 a.m. 20 November and ends at 4.45 p.m. 23 November. You are welcome to arrive the day before if needed. See details and agenda attached to the right.
Last application date: 5 November, 2017
Maximum number of participants: 18
Venue: Sida Partnership Forum, Härnösand
Responsible Programme Manager: Andreas Nilsson, Sida Partnership Forum
For practical information: Please contact Therese Mattsson, Sida Partnership Forum
Desk officers, program managers, managers, heads of sections/offices, security staff and focal points for security issues within Swedish civil society organisations, government agencies, universities and the private sector, involved in Swedish development cooperation or Swedish humanitarian aid.
The training is not targeted at private individuals. If you are working for a non-Swedish organisation you need to be recommended by your Swedish partner organisation.
Sida covers training costs, accommodation and meals. Participants only need to cover their travel costs.
The course will draw upon field case studies, the current humanitarian environment and the security management practices used by humanitarian and development bodies internationally.
Topics covered include:
- environmental scanning;
- threat, vulnerability and risk assessment;
- application of risk standards and models;
- incident response, reporting and information management;
- security strategies, policy and planning;
- how to implement a security plan, crisis management and
- operational continuity.
The course content is aligned to InterAction Minimum Operating Security Standards and builds on the ECHO Security Training Modules.