CRISIS MANAGEMENT TRAINING
Crisis management training is essential for humanitarian personnel to be able to respond to difficult and delicate situations when they are in the field. It enables them to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to manage any crisis that may arise during their missions as effectively and optimally as possible. This training allows personnel to be better prepared for any type of emergency and to be able to respond quickly and efficiently.
This training is designed to help personnel understand the importance of communication, decision-making, and problem-solving during times of crisis. It also helps them develop the skills and knowledge needed to manage a crisis, including risk assessment, emergency response, resource management, and internal communication.
- Identifying the criticality of an incident
- Preparing your team and organization to manage a crisis
- Crisis management cell
- Finding solutions to exit a crisis
- Communication during a crisis
- Crisis management and ongoing operations
- Post-crisis management
By understanding the important concepts of crisis management, personnel are better equipped to face any situation that may arise during their missions. They are thus better prepared for any type of emergency and are able to react quickly and efficiently in the field.
Approach to training and practical cases
Crisis management training takes several forms:
1- Classroom sessions for the theoretical part, which will enable participants to acquire crisis management knowledge and principles.
2- Practical cases that will allow participants to apply the knowledge and skills acquired during the theory.
3- Simulations to project participants into scenarios based on real events. These simulations are another type of crisis management training that can be used to help personnel practice their skills and knowledge in a safe and controlled environment. Simulations can also be used to test the effectiveness of a team crisis management plan and identify areas for improvement.