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This course focuses on understanding international development. It is split into two main sections.
The first section introduces three key themes: powers and agency, scale, and history (PASH). These themes are explored through two case study cities, Detroit and Shanghai.
The second section looks at programmes to promote livelihoods among low-income people, giving you an opportunity to critically reflect on these interventions.
This course is an introduction to Security Management Systems (SeMS), also known as Protective or Physical Security Management Systems (PSeMS).
The aim of this course is to give learners an understanding of the key concepts associated with an SeMS and how this can be implemented and integrated into already existing management systems such as quality or safety management systems.
Course modules include:
The purpose of this course is to provide a framework that outlines what good employee security practice looks like in organisations, where the behaviour of employees can be critical to keeping sensitive organisational assets safe and secure.
This course sets out the key themes for best practice organisational security management and provides relevant prompts for the actions you need to take as part of your strategy. It will help you identify, assess and mitigate the threats to your organisation.
This course is designed for those responsible for developing and sustaining effective security behaviours within an organisation. The 5Es framework was developed by CPNI, the UK government authority for protective security advice to the UK national infrastructure.
This course gives learners and introduction to the fundamentals of protective security. Using the globally recognised “Three D” principles, Deter, Detect, Delay, this course gives examples of how security measures can be implemented in various areas of a site to protect assets.
The course modules include:
- Beyond the Perimeter
- Within the Site
The CARVER method is an offensive targeting prioritization tool that has been adapted for use in multiple industries including military, law enforcement, information technology, humanitarian and food manufacturing sectors.
This free course, Modern slavery, is designed to develop an understanding of the international system of human rights protection in relation to modern slavery, but also encourage an appreciation of the influence of International Human Rights Law on the development of the domestic system of human rights protection.
After studying this course, you should be able to:
This course is based on materials and approaches developed by UNHCR’s Field Safety Section for the training of UNHCR managers deploying to insecure environments. The materials have been modified by Evosec & the ISAB to apply to a wide range of humanitarian organisations, NGOs and aid agencies. The Security Risk Assessment (SRA) model is based principally on that of the United Nations Department of Safety and Security (UNDSS).