We have seen a lot, learnt even more

We know how to support your training needs, how to help your business survive emergencies, crises and disasters and how to serve you better.

Everything we have learnt is pulled together and delivered through our comprehensive training programmes.

We have been sharing our experiences, expertise and knowledge with our customers for over 75 years, supporting thousands of individuals and business in the UK and overseas.  Every year around 7,000 people trust us to help them prepare for a wide range of 'disruptive events'.  So, whether we welcome you to our exclusive site in North Yorkshire, or bring our courses to you, we assure you of the most relevant, up to date, cost effective learning solutions available today.

Take a look at our course programme and find a training solution that meets your needs.  If, however, you don't find what you are looking for, please don't hesitate to contact us - we will be able to help.

Leading the debate

For many years we have been at the forefront of emergency and crisis management learning and development. We have invested in a cadre of subject matter experts and now boast a network of almost 100 knowledgeable professionals each sharing their experience, insight and approaches with our customers.

As thought leaders, we drive the debate and contribute to the development of industry good practice, guidance and legislation. We regularly speak and present at industry events, recent examples include; The Business Continuity World Expo, the Home Office Security and Policing Summit, Utility Week Live, Data Risk Management for Financial Services Conference and Institute of Directors' events.

We regularly produce white papers and research reports, host topical seminars and webinars, conduct 'In the Chair' recorded interviews with industry experts and deliver thought provoking evening lectures. This activity addresses current thinking and tackles some of the most pressing issues facing organisations today. We cover topics such as: organisational resilience, community resilience, the needs of vulnerable adults and children in emergencies, good practice in emergency planning for COMAH sites, safety advisory groups, tidal surge to name but a few.

You can find out more by visiting our Knowledge Centre to access our Public Programme that offers a range of thought leadership events - each delivered free of charge (or at minimal cost).

You will also find a vast repository of related documents, literature, research, plans, case studies and guidance in our renowned Document Hub.