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[WSQ-CM-460] Course Overview: Executing and Managing Crisis Management Plan

This 2-Day course is a follow-up course to the WSQ-CM-360 Implementing Crisis Management Plan course. Participants are required to have attended and completed the CM-360 Implementing Crisis Management Plan before attending the CM-460 Executing and Managing Crisis Management Plan course. This is a 2 Day coursework and 2 Hours Assessment for Singaporean and Singapore PR.
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Pre-Requisite

This 2-Day WSQ Crisis Management course is a follow-up course to the CM-360 Implementing Crisis Management Plan course. Participants are required to have attended and completed the CM-360 Implementing Crisis Management Plan before attending the CM-460 Executing and Managing Crisis Management Plan course.

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Course Overview

It is designed for emergency and incident management, crisis management and/or business continuity management team members who would like to have a more in-depth knowledge on how to manage a crisis.

The workshop would allow participants to have the competency to allocate resources to handle a crisis, identify crisis response and recovery activities to be implemented, document activities and implement return-to-normal procedures, as well as communicate key messages to relevant stakeholders.

At the end of the 2-Day course, Singaporean and Singapore PR participants who are taking advantage of the Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) funding, would need to attempt and pass the 2 hours interview and written assessment. Passing the WSQ assessment allows them to obtain 1 Statement of Attainment certificate awarded by WSQ.

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Objectives

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The objective of the CM-460 is to train participants who do not have a crisis management background and are in the emergency and incident management, crisis management and/or business continuity management team, to have the competency to handle a crisis situation.

 

 

 

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Bridging Over to Professional Certification

To achieve the CMCE certification, participants would need to attend the last day of the Crisis Management Manager’s course and attempt the Qualifying CMCE examination and make payment of SGD 250 as part of the Qualifying examination fees.register_now1

NOTE: This course does not aim to equip a participant with the tools and competency to handle press conferences and press releases nor would it provide participants with an in-depth understanding of body posture or language used during such instances.

Certification

CMCE-3Crisis Management Certified Expert (CMCE) certification is awarded to participants who successfully completed the 2-Day CM-460 Executing and Managing Crisis Management Plan course, attend the last day of the Crisis Management Manager’s Course, passed the Qualifying CMCE examination, sends in an application detailing at least 3 year of CM experience, make the application processing fee payment of SGD 150 and satisfies and meets the experience requirements of the independent certification body.

 

  

WSQ Course Offerings

         
Business Continuity Management WSQ-BCM-310 Course Content [RAR] [BIA] WSQ-BCM-320 Course Content [BCS] [PD] WSQ-BCM-330 Course Content [TE] Developing A BCM Training and Learning Roadmap [WSQ-BCM-470]
  WSQ-BCM-310 WSQ-BCM-320 WSQ-BCM-330 WSQ-BCM-470

Crisis Management

Implementing Crisis Management Plan [WSQ-CM-360] [WSQ-CM-460] Executing And  Managing Crisis Management Plan    
  WSQ-CM-360 WSQ-CM-460    
Crisis Communication Implementing Crisis Communication Plan [WSQ-CC-350] [WSQ-CC-450] Executing and Managing Crisis Communication Plan    
  WSQ-CC-350 WSQ-CC-450    

Please feel free to send us a note if you have any of these questions to sales.ap@bcm-institute.org

 

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