Crisis Management E-Learning is an exciting opportunity to introduce and educate the humanitarian and development sector with an an engaging 2.5-hour e-learning format. This makes the course available to professionals no matter where they are in the world. Crisis Management Training is designed for any person who works for a social sector organisation and needs to participate or understand how their organisation will operate in a crisis.
The online Crisis Management course is filled with learner engagements like quizzes, scenarios, activities and a range of media.
To see a sample of a course please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is crisis management?
The crisis management team
The crisis management cycle
Crisis management and you
Optional simulation- see options below
Choose from 2 types of courses:
Group discount: 10-30% off
Participants register & pay online and complete the course at their own pace..
Online + Simulation
Group discount: 10-30% off
Organisations can choose to have their CMT complete the e-learning and then have either:
Simulation Option 1 - £825
Create and conduct your own crisis management simulations. It includes training, tools and templates and removes the reliance on external organisations to conduct a simulation.
Simulation Option 2 - £1,995
Safer Edge creates and delivers a 3 hour remote simulation of a crisis for up to 8 people. Includes simulation design, training, tools and templates, debrief/next steps report.
How is Crisis Management e-learning different from in-person course?
While the experience of a Crisis Management course online and in-person are different, the outcomes are the same. Safer Edge has trained thousands of humanitarian and development professionals on security courses since 2016. Our Learning and Development team worked hard to retain all required learning objective while making the course more accessible and inclusive.
I have a very poor internet connection. Can I still take the course online?
Yes! Using our iOS and Android apps, participants can download the course modules when they have access to internet, complete it offline and their progress will automatically sync when they reconnect to the internet.
What do you mean by e-Learning?
E-Learning is a specific type of online learning where participants are able to engage with the course through quizzes, activities, scenarios, and a range of media. E-learning is different from remote training (such as through Skype or Zoom) and online videos or slides.
Our organisation would like to enrol a large number of staff. How do we do that?
If your organisation has 5 or more people you wish to register for this course, we can easily register them in bulk. We offer discounts for all groups over 5. Contact Safer Edge directly at email@example.com to register or learn more.
How long do I have to complete the course?
We realise that different people learn at different speeds and each of us will have different circumstances which influence how quickly we can complete the course. We encourage everyone to the course within a month. However, each course purchased will remain on Safer Edge Learn for a year.
Who should take this course and how often?
Our Crisis Management e-learning is designed for an organisation's crisis management team (CMT). However, CMT deputies, the organisation executive, and leadership in country offices would also benefit from the training. We encourage organisations to conduct a Crisis Management Training at least once a year.
Safer Edge is a UK-based, risk management company that works exclusively with social sector organisations like non-profits, charities, the UN, NGOs, and foundations. Safer Edge is a leading supplier of HEAT courses.
Crisis Management e-learning was created by a multi-lingual women-led Learning and Development team with over 50 years cumulative international travel and security experience. All Safer Edge courses provide a learner framework which guides students through the modules, inclusive and diverse content, trauma-sensitive approach, knowledge checks for learning and the option to repeat segments.