Crisis Solutions is Europe’s leading crisis simulation company. Our core job is helping clients become crisis ready, by providing world-class simulations, tests, training and plans. If clients do get in trouble we help them navigate their way out. We’ve been doing this since 2000.
Our clients include governments and high profile global corporations who expect us to provide crisis management approaches that match twenty-first century requirements. This includes harnessing cutting-edge technology.
At Crisis Solutions, we host a number of events throughout the year that are aimed at senior business continuity, risk and crisis management executives.
Tuesday 9th May 2017 12:30 to 13:30 BST
There’s been a terror attack in Edinburgh and you’re on the crisis management team of a major corporation caught up in the attack.
You’ll be part of the action as it plays out on social media, TV news broadcasts and print stories. It will be up to you to decide what courses of action to take to overcome the crisis.
Get a taste of a crisis simulation in our interactive crisis simulation webinar – The Crisis Simulator. On hand will be two of our crisis management experts to guide you through events, evaluate the choices you make and share best practice.
Due to the nature of our work, some clients like to remain anonymous, however we cover a myriad of industries and sectors, which provide us with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
“One of the best training sessions I have attended in 30 years of banking. Very engaging.”
“We continually benchmark the consultancy space around simulations and have yet to find anyone that compares with the type of service that Crisis Solutions bring to the table.”
“Thanks so much for all your help at my management development group last week. I’ve received so much positive feedback. Really well done.”
“Many thanks for the training yesterday. It was extremely useful and tremendously enjoyable.”
“It was a great session: well organized, substantive, and engaging. I wouldn’t have changed anything. I look forward to the report and to next steps.”
The exercises were brilliant – not only in terms of getting groups of people to work together but it really thrashed through the individual differences in how people manage in a crisis.