THREAT AND RISK ASSESSMENTS
Course Number: 4
Course Title: Threat and Risk Assessment
Total Learning Time: 15 hours
Duration: 3 weeks
Delivery Method: e-Learning
- Conducting a Threat and Risk Assessment
- Assessing Venue Attractiveness, Threats, Vulnerability, and Impact
- Calculating Likelihood and Risk
- National Threat and Response Levels
Before you begin to plan and implement safety and security mitigation measures, it is extremely important to know what it is you are protecting against. You must, together with your safety and security partners, identify all potential threats to the safety and security of your event and assess the likelihood of them occurring and the potential impact they will have should they occur. This is the process of conducting a Threat and Risk Assessment.
The aim of the course ‘Threat and Risk Assessment’ is to provide you with information, best practices and a roadmap for how to conduct a threat and risk assessment of a sporting event. The core elements will be broken down into bite-sized pieces, using one lesson to concentrate on only one element to ensure that you really understand each element before you move on to the next. You will also be provided with a template which you can use to conduct a threat and risk assessment.
The course ‘Threat and Risk Assessment’ is delivered in an online virtual classroom environment using asynchronous learning strategies and technologies through the ICSS’s Learning Management System (LMS). You can complete the course on your own at your preferred pace and time of day which fits your schedule.
This course may include but is not limited to the following learning activities:
- Video Lectures
- Guest Lectures
- Course Knowledge Evaluation
To successfully complete the course ‘Threat and Risk Assessment’, you must pass a Course Knowledge Evaluation, the purpose of which is to test your knowledge and understanding of the relevant course subject matter. This evaluation will consist of a series of multiple-choice questions. You must obtain a minimum passing grade of 75%.
This course has a standalone fee of $ 500.00 US Dollars.
For more information on course fees and available discounts please refer to the ‘Sport Safety and Security Training and Advanced Education Programme’ webpage.
The course ‘Threat and Risk Assessment’ is certified by UNITAR and delivered by its CIFAL Global Network to meet an exceptionally high training and learning standard and guarantee you will increase your knowledge, develop skills, and influence your behaviour. All certificates issued are recognised internationally by UNITAR and the ICSS.
Upon successful completion of all the course requirements, you will be awarded a Certificate of Completion entitled ‘Award’ in ‘Threat and Risk Assessment’.
You will access all course materials via a Learning Management System (LMS), which will require a computer or a mobile device with audio and video capabilities, a headset with microphone to connect to audio through the computer or mobile device, as well as a highspeed broadband Internet connection. No special software is required.
As per our general policy, in the case of cancellation of your participation, registration fees will not be refunded for any reason.