Details & Programme
In an incident, do you have to provide expert advice or take decisions which could have major consequences or impact on members of the public, the environment or on your organisation? This Defensive Decision Making Training course will enhance individual and teams competence through providing the necessary skills and tools to enable a logical, defensible and justifiable approach to decision making. The decision making tool is based upon the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) recently published “National Decision Model”. The model demonstrates the benefits of linking decision making to the values of the organisation and the need for decisions to be proportionate, legitimate, authorised, necessary and ethical. This course is a must for defending individual and organisational reputation in this era of constant and sustained political, legal and regulatory scrutiny!
The Defensive Decision Making Training is aligned to The Emergency Planning Society Core Competences Framework and National Occupation Standards (NOS) in Civil Contingencies. The course will contain a mixture of teaching and delegates will also have the opportunity to practice what they have learned. Delegates will be shown how to use a decision making model recording sheet and will be given copies of the sheet to use in the future.
This Defensive Decision Making Training has been developed by Paul Macfarlane of Strategic Resilience, a former member of Strathclyde Police.
Duration & Cost
The training will be half a day and up to 16 students can attend one course.
The cost of this Defensive Decision Making Training is £2,495 plus tutor expenses. Bespoke work may incur additional costs.Back to top
By the end of the Defensive Decision Making Training session you will be able to:
- Understand the need for good decision making
- Understand the benefits of good decision making
- Implementing the 5-steps to Defensible Decision Making
- How to link decision making to mission and values
- Defensible Decision Making in practice
- Validation exercise
Who Should Attend?
- Employees expected to major decisions during incidents
- Advisors and those who provide technical and scientific advice
- Directors / Chief Executives