Beacon Park Innovation
Norfolk, NR31 7RA
Violence Prevention Supplier
Through our S.A.F.E. System
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Mon - Fri: 09:00 - 17:00hrs
The cost is £30.00
In today’s modern world there is a constant threat from terrorism, as can be seen from the constant media coverage of incidents around the world, with this in mind it is of major benefit to try to reduce the impact of terrorism to business, employees and the public by creating a security culture and awareness of terrorism. The use of terrorism was once a national or local issue and mostly restricted to within national borders. The terrorist aims were to use violence and fear to force a government to change its position and agree to the terrorists’ demands.
There are now new terrorists and terrorist groups that have no state or national alliance. They have aims that are often very difficult for governments and people to accept or understand and so the violence will continue across borders, continents and around the world. Of concern, is the increasing number of attacks and the level of fear they now achieve through increasing the scale of death and horror and also bringing such fear closer to innocent civilians.
This Terrorism Awareness Short e-learning course has been designed by professionals in-line with government ideas and advice to be informative and of interest to various types of delegates that are concerned, or that provide a duty of care to employees. The course creates an awareness to educate and inform delegates of the history of terrorism, the effects of terrorism and how to deal with terrorism.
Anyone in this position is strongly encouraged to continue with further studies as it is not possible to cover every aspect of terrorism awareness in a short course and, in any event, for many countries there is such an increase in terrorist incidents that keeping updated is a challenge for all of us. You may also want to take the Situational Awareness Course.
Module 1 – Welcome to the course
In this module you will be introduced to Trisat terms and how to get the most from the course (PDF). Then you will be provided with a basic Introduction to the Basic Terrorism Awareness. The last part of this module is to establish what you already know, so that we can assess your learning objectives at the end of the course.
Module 2 – Basic Terrorism Awareness
This is the main module of the course providing the course content on the basic terrorism guiding principles set by the government and security professionals. You will be provided with the following:
1. The first part is the e-learning and by the end of this module delegates will be able to understand:
– What terrorism is
– What the National Terrorism Threat Levels mean
– How to recognise different types of terrorist threat
– How to stay safe
– How to prepare for “nightmare scenarios”
2. A quiz that focusses on the main points of the course
3. More Terrorism Awareness Resources for you
4. A recap video on elements to be remembered
Module 3 – Before you go
You will need to answer questions on the course material from a CPD perspective and then you will be able to rate the course and download your certificate.
Tremaine Kent has managed various aspects of security from high risk environments through to complicated technical projects, some of which was gained from a military and corporate perspective.
Tremaine has served with various specialist units within the military and has carried this experience through to Trisat.
Tremaine is a member of the Security Institute and holds a BSc in Security Consultancy and a FdA in Protective Security Management, amongst other relevant qualifications.
Tremaine also has experience within the education and skills sector assisting in writing the National Occupational Standards for Close Protection with Bucks New University. This accolade of experience and qualifications enables Tremaine to author and develop unique modern courses in personal security, conflict resolution & situational awareness e-learning courses.