CRISIS SIMULATION MASTERCLASS
IS YOUR UNIVERSITY REALLY PREPARED
WEDNESDAY 7TH AUGUST | PERTH

Join our Crisis Simulation Masterclass for Universities. Reserve your spot and bring along your crisis management team to work through the training and scenarios together.

Led by our Regional Security Director, James Robertson, and Regional Medical Director, Dr Michael Wilson, you will be guided through a simulation exercise while learning how to utilise best practice risk mitigation strategies.

If you’re wondering whether this is the right event for you, ask yourself these questions:
  • Is your university really prepared? Your university sends staff, students, academics all over the world.
  • Would I know what to do if I couldn’t contact a staff member travelling overseas?
  • Am I prepared to quickly communicate accurate information to internal and external stakeholders if an incident occurs?
  • What would I do if a natural disaster struck near an overseas office?
  • If one of your staff or students was unaccounted for – if they went missing – how would you and your university respond?
  • Are your crisis management plans and processes optimised to work effectively during a critical incident?  
  • Are they practical, intuitive and ready to deploy quickly?
FILL THE FORM TO REGISTER
COURSE INSTRUCTORS
LOCATION & AGENDA
James Robertson
Regional Security Director
International SOS
Dr Michael Wilson
Regional Medical Director
International SOS
Location & Dates:
  • The Conference Room, Ground floor, 235 St Georges Terrace Perth WA 6000
  • August 7th 2019
Time:
  • Workshop: 2pm – 5pm
  • Networking Drinks: 5pm - 6.30 pm
Cost: Free

Agenda:
  • Live simulation exercise
  • Case studies and examples
  • Analysis of your travel support
  • Travel risk mitigation solutions

ABOUT INTERNATIONAL SOS

For over 30 years we have supported universities and educational institutions taking students and staff away from the classroom to gain the broadest possible education. Today 53 education institutions across Australia and New Zealand trust us with 34,000 students and staff.
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