The purpose of this course is to provide management personnel with the knowledge and skills needed to develop and implement sound threat assessment management procedures.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed –
Session 1: Introductions & Course Administration
Session 2: Aims and Objectives of the training & What do you hope to take away with you from this course
Session 3: Many Faces of Threats to Global Civil Aviation
Session 4: Receiving a threat Guidelines
Session 5: Threat Assessment Responsibilities
Session 6: Group Exercise
Session 7: Group Exercise Presentation
Session 8: Action in Response to Other Threats
Session 9: Identification of suspicious Packages
Session 10: Suspicious Comments Verbal
Session 11. Finding Suspicious Writing – Pictures – or Images
Session 12: Suspicious Articles found on Board / Finding a Suspicious Package on board
Session 13: Group Exercise
Session 14: Action in response of threats – Post Assessment
Session 15; Deterring and Detecting persons responsible for a threat
Session 16; Security Management Systems (SeMS)
Session 17: Threat Assessment Process
Session 18: Types and nature of Bomb threats
Session 19: When a bomb threat is received
Session 20: Group Exercise
Session 21: A completed threat Report Form
Session 22: Exercise + Feedback
Session 23: Threat Assessment Step by Step
Session 24: Threat Assessment another Step by Step Example
Session 25: Exercise + Feedback
Session 26: Further background information
Session 27: Final Exercise and Planning
Session 28: Final Exercise Presentation
Session 29: Summary of key points
Session 30: Course Evaluation and Closing Ceremony
Target Groups –
Staff at the mid to senior management levels of organizations within a State that have been assigned responsibility under that State’s National Civil Aviation Security
Programme to form part of the threat assessment management element to respond to act of unlawful interference occurring within that State.
Trainees should satisfy the following criteria:
Proficiency in both written and spoken English.
Ideally trainees should have at least three years experience in a management/supervisory position within organizations mentioned in the target population.
Learning Objectives –
Upon completion of the course, trainees will be able to:
a) Explain the need for threat assessment plan to respond to major security emergencies occurring at airports;
b) Describe the essential components of a threat assessment plan;
c) Identify the composition and function of a threat assessment team;
d) Describe the essential facilities necessary in support of a planned response to a crisis;
e) List the system testing features necessary to ensure currency in threat assessment management plans.
5 Days – Each training day will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
To register for this training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call +359 28210806