Workshop: Approaches to Risk Management - November 7 & 8

November 07, 2019 8:30 AM to November 08, 2019 4:30 PM

Washington State Criminal Justics Training Commission
19010 1st Ave S
Burien, WA 98148
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Description

*Chapter Discount* 10% OFF - Code: SEATTLE-earlybird

Workshop Learning Objectives (2 Days: 8 hours of instruction each day)

This class will be taught by a former US Secret Service Agent with tremendous real-world experience in security assessment, risk mitigation, planning, design, policies, implementation and review. The methodology and process used in the class have been adopted by the America National Standard Institute; including Standard 780. We will discuss risk assessment theory, processes, practical applications, new technology and tools while relating to real world experience. Some of the learning objectives are listed below:

  • Create added value for your department and organization by learning the effectiveness of a proper risk, threat and vulnerability assessment
  • Start with solid definitions and differentiators between risk, threat, and vulnerability and then see how assessments are essential for organizational resilience
  • Learn about acceptable business risk thresholds and the metrics you can use to describe them.
  • An explanation of the importance of risk assessments and the consequences if they are not implemented
  • Be trained by seasoned subject matter experts formerly with United States Secret Service who will bring a unique view and instruction on how to conduct proper security risk assessments
  • This engaging and interactive instruction will focus on a conceptual and procedural framework that applies the big picture and lets attendees employ techniques to solve a problem while also focusing on the specific actions required to present solutions

Students will receive a certificate of completion and copy of learning objectives with instructor bio to apply for ASIS, AIA, AIIA or POST CEUs.

 

Workshop Take-Aways

Upon completion of this workshop, students can expect to learn a broader holistic approach to security assessments, beyond physical security considerations, access control and installing surveillance equipment. The planning, processes and approaches direct students on how to thoughtfully approach security standards and develop an overall plan. By following these methods, facility managers, first responders and security professionals can expect to lower project management and capital costs while approaching security comprehensively. Students may immediately identify flaws with their current security planning and installations. Students may also seek advanced training certification through ASIS, or request help from our instructors for more comprehensive security needs.

Documents

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