C4 has developed a range of corporate courses that can be tailored to include your organisation’s policies, procedures, and guidelines as well as your existing emergency plans. They are designed to build resilience in your people and your infrastructure and to allow you to have some control in planning for and responding to adverse events. Ranging from Conflict Management right through to Active Threat Management, the skills and knowledge gained on these courses will empower you, your staff, and your organisation to face the challenges presented by our changing world.
Conflict Management Training
This course is designed to prepare staff to manage conflict situations in a safe and professional manner. Conflict situations can easily arise with unhappy customers, clients, or patrons. Providing your staff with an awareness of what the triggers and signs are, de-escalation techniques and how to effectively manage these situations, will provide better outcomes for everyone involved.
The New Zealand Coordinated Incident Management System
Would your organisation be prepared if the unthinkable happened? Our courses equip individuals and organisations to prepare for and respond to adverse events. Customised to your setting, C4 provides NZQA courses covering CIMS 3 (Unit Standard 32158) and CIMS 4 (Unit Standards 29553 and 29554) as well as non-NZQA refreshers. Online, distance and classroom options available.
First Aid is the first and most immediate assistance given to any person suffering from a minor or serious illness or injury and knowing First Aid can mean the difference between saving a life or losing one.. First Aid training provides learners with a life skill that can make a world of difference. C4 offers a range of Basic, Comprehensive and refresher First Aid training to meet the needs of your workplace.
Occupational Health and Safety
C4 offers a range of Occupational Health and Safety courses to support your workforce and to meet your obligations under the Health and Safety Act 2015. This includes NZQA accredited courses in Fire Safety, First Aid, Health and Safety Representative, Fire Warden (Floor Warden), and Workplace Health and Safety. Distance and classroom based options available – online coming soon.
Armed Robbery Survival
Would your staff know what to do in the event of an armed robbery? Research has shown that decisions made in the first 3 seconds will determine whether the person being robbed will live, die or be seriously injured. One of our most popular courses, it provides staff with cognitive skills to be able to safely manage these threat situations and provide for psychological recovery after the event. Online coming soon.
A practical programme designed to equip staff with knowledge and skills allowing them to safely plan for and react in emergency situations involving suspicious packages or an actual threat. Developed by experienced ex- Police Bomb Squad members, this course includes the newly released Police guidelines for protecting crowded places. Online coming soon.
Active Armed Offender
An Active Armed Offender is someone who is actively engaged in killing, attempting, or threatening to kill people. This session is designed to equip staff with the knowledge and skills to remain safe in an Active Armed Offender situation. Delivered by experienced ex- Police Armed Offender Squad members, this course includes the newly released Police guidelines for protecting crowded places.
Active Threat Management
This course is a combination of some of our most popular courses and can be developed to complement your organisation’s emergency planning procedures. It includes scenarios around Active Armed Offender (Active Shooter), Armed Robbery Survival, Bomb (IED) Threat and Terrorism Awareness/Crowded Place Safety. This course includes the newly released Police guidelines for protecting crowded places.
Terrorism Awareness/Crowded Place Safety
Recent events have shown that NZ is not immune to terrorist attacks and events management planning must now include terrorist risk-profiling. This course is based around the newly released Police guidelines – Protecting Our Crowded Places from Attack: New Zealand’s Strategy, and includes the four important principles being to understand, work together, prevent and be ready to respond and recover.