SAP – Risk Management for Event Professionals 1st

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The Risk Management for Event Professionals training program provides the opportunity for you to participate in outcome-based, risk-focused training. The objective of the program is to ensure that SAP develops a risk management culture and maintains a group of key risk decision-makers who understand the event risk management discipline in a structured way.

Each candidate will join a small group of colleagues and progress through a tailored online modular program.

A Certificate of completion will be issued to each participant upon the conclusion of their training.

Course Schedule

C1 – Introduction to Risk Management
C2 – Incident Management Responsibilities
C3 – Organisational Policy Requirements
09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020
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S1 – Crowd Dynamics and Evacuation Risks09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020
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S2 – Criminality and Terrorism Risks09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020
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S3 – Medical and Welfare Risks09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020
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S4 – Fire and Technical Risks09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020
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S5 – Media and Reputation Risks09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020
09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020
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X1 – Crisis Team09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020
09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020
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09:00 Tuesday 8th September, 2020

Core Modules

All candidates must first undertake the three ‘core modules’. These must be completed in order:

  C1 –Introduction to Risk Management
  C2 –Incident Management Responsibilities
  C3 –Organizational Policy requirements. (Organizational input required)

Each module consists of:

  • 45 minute virtual session followed by a short Q&A.
  • These modules are not pass / fail.

Specialist Modules

Candidates will undertake the following specialist modules which can be taken in any order.

  S1 –Crowd Dynamics and Evacuation Risks
  S2 –Criminality and Terrorism Risks
  S3 –Medical and Welfare Risks
  S4 –Fire and Technical Risks
  S5 –Media and Reputation Risks

Each module consists of:

  • 45 minutes of virtual content followed by an introduction to the module assignment.
  • An offline 2 hour period to complete an online assignment in draft form and candidates may work alone or can collaborate with colleagues if preferred.
  • This is followed by a 1 hour virtual debrief and discussion of the assignment between the group and the instructor.
  • A period of 1 hour is allowed to complete and submit a final version of the assignment.

It is not intended for candidates to be able to ‘fail’ but on occasions it may be necessary for the module tutor to provide additional one to one support as necessary to ensure completion and understanding.

Crisis Team Module

This is a consolidated pathway for candidates to take part in crisis management exercise. This module is designed for those who will or may form part of the key strategic, tactical and operational decision making team in crisis situations.

These modules consists of:

  • A 45 minute session followed by a Q&A session.
  • A 1 hour scenario based exercise where the learning from the taught sessions will be applied.

These modules are not pass / fail.