TRAINING on what to do in the event of a terrorist attack is on offer to businesses in Hereford.
In partnership with Warwickshire and West Midlands Police, the Hereford Business Improvement District is providing a range of free courses and seminars, funded by the Home Office, aimed at helping businesses be prepared for the unthinkable.
The training will be delivered by a Counter Terrorism Security Advisor who is part of the national protection team looking after critical infrastructure, and the cybercrime courses will be delivered by Paul Crumpton, business and crime reduction coordinator from West Mercia Police.
Tuesday January 24th
, 9.45am to 1pm
Planning for a Terrorist Attack or Critical Incident (Project ARGUS)
is specifically for Managers and Directors with an overview of their organisation needs
Thursday, February 2 - 9.45am to 12.30pm.
Detect and Protect Against Crime (Project Griffin)
for frontline staff such as receptionists, door staff, security
Thursday, February 2nd
1.15pm to 3pm
Document Verification for Legal Employment
course for employees responsible for recruiting and checking new staff
Monday, February 27th
- 9.15am to 12pm & also Tuesday, February 28th
- 5.15pm to 8pm
a fascinating insight into cybercrime at the sharp end of business.
To book onto any of these sessions CLICK HERE
There are also FREE courses for BID members, which include Social Media and Digital Marketing skills and Customer Services for Retail and Office, to name a few.
To find out more call Joanie Roberts, Marketing Executive at HBID on 01432 376830