Here you will find all of the Core Resilience Learning Programmes offered through SCORDS and SCORDS affiliations.  If you are looking for Learning Programmes that are offered through our growing Community you should browse these.....

This workshop takes place face to face/in person, with all pre and post course work completed in the Resilience Hub.  

This event aims to provide Resilience Partners and Event Organisers an opportunity to enhance the skills required to lead or contribute to the management of an incident at a large scale event.

This workshop takes place face to face/in person, with all pre and post course work completed in the Resilience Hub.  

The purpose of this course is to prepare chairs or prospective chairs of multi-agency crisis management meetings for their role, and to build upon existing skills to support them in coordinating the response in a high-pressure environment.

This workshop takes place face to face/in person, with all pre and post course work completed in the Resilience Hub.  

This is one of a series of events which provides on-going professional and personal development for resilience partners and anyone who may deputise for them. The content presents an opportunity to develop and explore in more detail, the key skills outlined in Crisis Management : Founding Principles.

The aim of Leading and Communicating is to develop the leadership and communication skills of resilience partners in a crisis situation.


This workshop takes place face to face/in person, with all pre and post course work completed in the Resilience Hub.  

The pre-requisite is to attend Crisis Management: Founding Principles before attending either this event or Leading and Communicating; which can be taken in any order.  

This is one of a series of events which provides on-going professional and personal development for resilience partners and anyone who may deputise for them. The content presents an opportunity to develop and explore in more detail, the key skills outlined in Crisis Management: Founding Principles.

The aim of Decision Making Under Pressure is to develop situation awareness and decision making skills of resilience partners in a crisis situation

This workshop takes place face to face/in person, with all pre and post course work completed in the Resilience Hub.  

This course aims to provide Multi-agency Resilience Partners at strategic or tactical level with an overview of the key non-technical skills required for effective crisis management.  It provides an opportunity to share learning and be part of a multi-agency group which develops individual personal skills and the ability to function effectively as part of a Local or Regional Resilience Partnership. 

This version of the IEM Module takes place face to face/in person, with all pre and post Module work completed in the Resilience Hub.  

Learners must first sign up to the IEM Face to Face date that they prefer in our Sign-Up space in the Hub.  Once confirmation of registration is complete, learners will gain access to the important pre-Module work here which will prepare them for their workshop.

This course is delivered fully online.  You must book for this online course and gain instant access using the Booking Area in your dashboard.  You can complete the course at your own time and pace. IEM is a pre-requisite course for all other learning workshops and must be completed before you can book on further learning.


Overview

This is one of a series of events which provides on-going professional and personal development for resilience partners and anyone who may deputise for them. The content presents an opportunity to develop and explore in more detail, the key skills outlined in Crisis Management : Founding Principles.

The aim of Leading and Communicating is to develop the leadership and communication skills of resilience partners in a crisis situation.

Learning Outcomes
    • Describe key crisis leadership skills within the resilience arena and when collaborating in a Resilience Partnership multi-agency team

    • Recognise causes of conflict and identify how to minimise them

    •  Characterise and resolve barriers to effective communication and reporting in a crisis