University Advanced Diploma Counter-Terrorism Risk Management

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Duration Part-time, 12 weeks
Start date September, January
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Course Overview

This course provides you with an awareness of relevant industry practice and guidance at events or sites and reviews the need for effective and proportionate Counter Terrorism Risk Management whilst linking it to appropriate Health and Safety Management and industry practice set out in the Purple Guide and Green Guides.
You will be introduced to the intricacies of the legal framework and requirements of assessing Terrorism Risk and detail the current Terrorist Threat picture within the UK. You will consider the developing nature of terrorist attack methodology and the appetite for risk management in this area and be provided with proven command and control solutions and auditable methodologies for delivering a security report which contains vulnerability, mitigation with rationale, residual risk and contingencies.


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