UK Security Expo 2017, The Global Security Showcase, 29 - 30 Nov 2017, Olympia London





Crisis Management Training Workshop

NYA International - The Principles of Crisis Management 


This seminar will introduce the concepts of crisis management and communications, familiarising participants with the necessary tools to structure their organisation's own planning and training needs.


Delivered by NYA's crisis management and communications specialists, attendees will be able to put learning into action via a table-top simulated incident. The seminar will cover:


- Crisis management principles and processes

- Categorising incidents and crises

- Crisis management team roles and responsibilities 

- Crisis communications


The seminar is free to attend to UK Security Expo Attendees.


Attendance is subject to NYA approval. Please apply for a place using the form below.

Speakers include

Aleck Burrell 


Aleck Burrell is Head of Crisis and Security Consulting at NYA, with responsibility for the delivery of global security risk and crisis management consultancy services. Aleck joined NYA in 2012 following a 20-year career as a Royal Marines Officer. Specialising in the maritime domain, he was involved in the planning and execution of littoral manoeuvre, counter-piracy operations and oil installation security in the Arabian Gulf and in the Gulf of Aden. Between 2001 and 2011 he completed multiple tours of Iraq and Afghanistan. Aleck holds an MSc in Security and Risk Management and is an ASIS Certified Protection Professional (CPP).

Graeme Hudson


Graeme Hudson is Operations Manager - Crisis and Security Consulting at NYA. He joined NYA in 2016 having spent 10 years in the commercial security and risk management sector. He has worked alongside international corporations, NGOs, and British, Japanese and US government agencies.  He is a PRINCE2 Practitioner, Certified Security Manager and holds a certificate in Terrorism Studies from the St. Andrews University. Prior to this he served 15 years in the British Army, principally as a member of the Close Protection Unit on protective duties with the UK FCO in Africa and South / Central Asia as well as in Germany, where he provided protective duties to members of the British Royal Family.