University of Leicester (UK)
The University of Leicester's Institute of Lifelong Learning is part of the Emergency Planning College and the Civil Congencies Secretarait (CCS) of the Cabinet Office established in July 2001. The EPC's diverse and dynamic programmes attract in excess of 6,000 delegates per year. The CCS was set up to improve the United Kingdom's resilience to disructive challenge through working with others inside and outside Government on anticipation, preparation, prevention and resolution.
Our new Strategic Partner is a key component of the Government's centre of excellence for running short seminars, workshops and courses in an interagency basis in the fields of Crisis Management and Emergency Management. ILL's courses in Emergency Planning, Response & Management and Risk, Crisis & Disaster Management are the first of their kind in the UK. They offer students the opportunity to combine cutting edge theoretical material with the study of
Terrorism. Mass-casualty. Hostage negotiation.
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