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Crisis Management Workshop


The ability to effectively manage a crisis or a critical incident is central to any international organisation’s duty of care. In the age of rolling news and widespread social media adoption, it is especially important.

Having systems in place and people in post to manage the media message and support staff when they are in danger is a critical piece of the risk management jigsaw, and a benchmark for establishing responsible employment practices.

The ILS Crisis Management training package provides international organisations with the skills to become more effective crisis managers. We help our clients understand the complexities and challenges of supporting staff and their families during times of extreme stress and confusion, so that they can act decisively for the benefit of their staff, programmes, stakeholders, and reputation.

The training examines the psychological needs and pressures placed upon the crisis managers, the victims, their families and other colleagues during times of crisis.


Crisis Management Training is always developed specifically for our clients and based upon their plans, people, and programmes. It is completely relevant to the audience.

We have 2 types of crisis management training available:


This training is for Crisis Managers, Senior Leadership Teams, Human Resource Professionals, Communications Professionals, Crisis Administrators and Security Focal Points.

We have 2 types of crisis management training available:

Crisis Management Workshop

  • For those closer to the start of the crisis management preparedness journey who want to start building organisational capacity, we offer a ‘desktop’ training solution.

Crisis Management Simulation Training

  • For those that wish to test their organisational ability to respond to a crisis. This is a highly immersive stress test for your organisational systems and processes. It will enable you to identify gaps in your organisational resilience to shocks.
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