Sunday, August 14, 2011
ICOR (International Consortium for Organisational Resilience) has been awarded accreditation status for its certificate programmes by the ANSI (American National Standards Institute). As the Singapore equivalent of SPRING (and the British's Standards Institute), ANSI's accreditation recognises the quality of ICOR's Business Continuity Management (BCM) programmes. With this accreditation, ICOR is the only training and professional certification body in USA to be granted this special honor.
Organisations and individuals in Singapore seeking professional training in Crisis Communication can now confidently undertake ICOR's CM2050 Crisis Communication Planner Course with the knowledge that the course meets international standards.
As ICOR's Singapore trainer, I congratulate ICOR on this significant milestone.
Course Description: Crisis Communication Planer (CS IL CSM 2050)
An organization in crisis faces many grave threats. Employees can be in physical danger. Buildings can fall. Customers can be lost. But the most serious threat is and always will be the threat to the organization’s most important asset – its reputation. To protect the organization from reputational threats requires careful, thoughtful, detailed planning and a methodology for inculcating a culture of organizational crisis preparedness. In this two-day seminar, you will learn how to prepare the organization for inevitable threats to reputation, execute the crisis communications plan, then, when the crisis has passed, assess and do what must be done before the next threats occur. Attendees earn a certificate as Crisis Communications Planner.
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