exercises are developed to tackle unforeseen circumstances when they occur,
having a contingency plan and mastering the process of the exercise design by
all members of an organization reduces the risk of loss or collapse from all angles
thought out for an organization or its workers. The course shows the
relationship between what you want to do and how you do it when the time comes,
a talk of plans and capabilities. They are an important aspect of an
organization's emergency planning and readiness. Emergency exercise design cuts
across all industries from the health sector to the Fire sector or natural
disasters, and business Sector among others.
By the end of the training,
participants would be able to
1.Understand the fundamentals
of exercise design. Develop emergency
exercise programs for their agencies or jurisdiction. Implement the developed emergency exercises for
maximum results. To test new and
existing emergency plans to the fullest and identify potential flaws, while
providing suggested corrective actions Improve their
expertise in their various organisations. Testing and validating plans, policies,
procedures, training, equipment, and interagency agreements Training personnel and clarifying roles and responsibilities,
as supported by plans and procedures Improving interagency coordination and
communications Identifying gaps in resources and training, and
identifying areas for improvement Improving individual and organizational
performance through practice
1.Getting the basics of the context, core
principles, concepts and processes related to the development and management of
an emergency exercise design.
and managing a functional exercise for more than a year.
3.Describe how to establish the foundation of an
4.Outline the steps necessary to design and
develop a series of exercises
5.Describe how to conduct an exercise
6.The what, why and
how to test an emergency plan to identify possible errors or failure to avoid
an unfortunate outcome.
Evaluation: Outline of how to evaluate an exercise
8.Design and implement a contingency plan for
each exercises designed
Who Is Right For The
represent a spectrum of businesses and sectors, geographic regions and
nationalities, and areas of expertise. The unifying theme is a broad base of
employees and recognition of their critical role in the design and conduct of
small functional exercises for their organization.
The program is open to
senior executives from a variety of functional backgrounds, including research
and development, operations, human resources, finance, and marketing. These
leaders, tasked with managing contingency plans, may include:
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