Management & Management Issues with
Date: February 3, 2014
$99.00 per participant - class number: 90328
($75.00 per participant with 5 or more from same agency) –
class number 94300
Gordon has presented at similar programs in the past – and will open his program with some in depth discussion on the study of tragedy – and what really causes things to end up going bad. He will identify for the attendees the huge difference between “proximate” cause and “root” cause – and why this is so critical if we are going to build appropriate systems to prevent similar type tragedies.
Mr. Graham will then transition into other topical areas:
The presenter of this action packed seminar is Mr. Gordon Graham, President of Lexipol, and a nationally recognized 33-year veteran (retired) of California Law Enforcement, a practicing attorney with a background and formal education as a risk manager.
- Risk Management and Public Safety
- “The Seven Rules of Admiral Hyman Rickover”
- “Ten Families of Risk” that law enforcement leaders face
By the end of the program, the attentive attendee will be able to:
- Identify potential problems lying in wait in his/her respective agency.
- Develop some control measures to address these problems.
- Enhance the feedback loop to prevent future similar problems from occurring.
- Leave the program with an expanded level of knowledge regarding “real” risk management and how it applies to law enforcement in Wisconsin.
Who should attend:
This program was developed for public safety professionals in the command and supervisor level; however management and administrative staff are encouraged to join them.
A fee of $99.00 per training program includes program materials, instructional costs, and refreshments. Participants are responsible for costs and arrangements related to meals, travel, and lodging. Participants will receive 8 hours of continuing training hours for each day through Fox Valley Technical College.
How to Register:
, reference class #90328 for 2/3/14. To register 5 or more from the same agency, reference class #94300. With this class, the participant fee will be $75. If there are not 5 or more from the same agency by two weeks before the training, participants will be dropped and put into the higher fee class. If you experience problems, have questions regarding online registration, or do not have Internet access, contact (920) 735-2482 or email email@example.com.
For additional information, contact Mark Kohl at (920) 831-4367 or firstname.lastname@example.org.