Project Griffin Event
April 27 @ 6:00 pm - November 23 @ 8:00 pmFree
The Emergency Planning Society is helping members work towards Subject Matter Expertise in NaCTSO’s Project Griffin counter-terrorism awareness campaign.
The first of our EPS Project Griffin combined module courses will be delivered on Thursday 27 April, 2017 at London Fire Brigade HQ.
Successful completion of all Project Griffin modules offered will provide you with a broad awareness of the current threat, what you should look out for and what actions you can take proactively, both personally and professionally, to mitigate the impact of that threat.
These will be delivered by qualified Project Griffin facilitators from the EPS London Branch Executive Committee.
We will be offering you two opportunities to attend each of four Project Griffin training sessions over the coming months. If you complete all four sessions, you will then be presented with your completion certificates at the Branch AGM in December in celebration of that achievement.
If you are unable to attend all four sessions across the dates offered, you will still receive certificates for the modules you have completed, by email after the December celebration.
Select your preferred date options below to reserve your space for each session.
Introduction to Counter Terrorism – Current Threat – Hostile Reconnaissance
27th April & 24th August
Bombs – IED’s – Response to a Suspicious Item – Postal Threat – Bomb Threats
25th May & 28th September
Social Networking – Document Awareness – Drones (UAVs) – Cyber Risk
22nd June & 19th October
Firearms and Bladed Weapons – Insider Threat – Domestic Extremism
27th July & 23rd November
Additional training is required if you would like to become a Project Griffin facilitator for the EPS, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details if you are interested in participating.
Tea and coffee will be available.
NOTE: All participants will need to bring some form of photo identification to gain access to the training.