The Best Ways to Protect Companies and Spare Them From Collapse and Bankruptcy During Disasters and Epidemics


It has become clear that we are exposed to more epidemics and crises that follow in this world day after day, and this increases the risk to companies and governmental or private institutions, due to the impact it leaves, which may reach the stage of bankruptcy or even collapse, and accordingly The British Academy for Training and Development-London decided to carry out this specialized program for managers and decision-makers to train them on the necessary strategies to prevent this from happening. This is done by developing special plans and strategies capable of supporting the resilience of companies in the presence of a crisis, and this is the ability to plan quickly and obtain the necessary information as soon as the crisis occurs. The crisis and the ability to make decisions that may be a lifeline for it, and as we learned from previous global crises, whether economic or at last with the spread of epidemics, that misinformation contributed to imbalance and hesitation in decisions compared to some companies that were able to read the situation in a way It is clear and the ability to turn this crisis into a starting point for it in global markets.

Objectives and target group

Who should attend? 

  • Directors and directors of departments and departments.
  • Board members who have leadership duties.
  • Employees in senior management and planning and human resources officials.
  • Those responsible for managing risks and crises in organizations.

How attendees will benefit? 

After completion of the course, delegates will be able to: 

  • Identify plans and strategies that must be prepared before the crisis.
  • The ability to collect information on all the crises that companies experienced during the global crises and take advantage of all their mistakes.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of early warning, and how to anticipate the crisis in advance and the best methods and tools.
  • Recognize the tools necessary to analyse crises and identify their seriousness and the possibility of their continuation.
  • Identifying the mechanisms of decision-making, after successful and advance planning, and based on reliable information and data.
  • Identify the dimensions and stages of the crisis and read them correctly.
  • The ability to collect reliable information from the crisis, follow its news continuously, and the ability to analyse the information.
  • The ability to form special teams to work in light of the crisis, and each distributed team has special and specific tasks.
  • Learn how to protect your company from bankruptcy, and learn about the experiences of companies during crises in terms of successes and losses.
  • Identifying the role of decision-makers in dealing with the crisis objectively in protecting their companies.
  • Introducing program participants to the most prominent obstacles facing the administration in unstable conditions.
  • Recognize the mechanisms of modern leadership in light of general instability.
  • Learn the basics of emergency services in a time of crisis.
  • The ability to compete in times of crises and unstable conditions.

Course Content

  • How do you know that your company is on the verge of bankruptcy or collapse?
  • What is direct bankruptcy?
  • The types of bankruptcy that you may be exposed to.
  • Bankruptcy terms you should know.
  • Unforgivable debt.
  • Causes and consequences of bankruptcy.
  • When should you get loans and their types.
  • Communicate with creditors and make a payment plan.
  • How do you avoid bankruptcy?
  • Plans and strategies to ensure that you are alerted in the event of bankruptcy or collapse.
  • Good preparation and a good reading of the crisis, its dimensions, and the extent of the possible danger.
  • Formation of work teams for crisis management and how to manage them.
  • The experiences of international companies that were exposed to the danger of collapse, and how did they escape from them?
  • Experiences of international companies that were able to protect themselves from collapse and bankruptcy in unstable conditions.
  • How do we benefit from government programs to protect companies.
  • How do you protect your data?
  • A plan to manage the exit from useless contracts and obligations.
  • The ability to invest talent and competencies within your companies.
  • Risk management: planning for the worst is striving for success.
  • Disaster recovery process.
  • Mechanisms for obtaining and benefiting from reliable information.
  • Case studies, why do some companies fail and others survive?
  • Develop and implement a Business Continuity Management (BCM) strategy.
  • Improving employee morale and confidence in the modern administrative process.
  • Making decisions operationally and based on reliable information and data.
  • Learning and validating actions and decisions.
  • Global case studies of managing companies in light of the Covid-19 crisis, and how do we learn from others?

Course Date





Course Cost

Note / Price varies according to the selected city

Members NO. : 1
£3200 / Member

Members NO. : 2 - 3
£2560 / Member

Members NO. : + 3
£1984 / Member

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