‘I thought I was going to die’
Nothing makes us prouder than seeing the difference a product we’ve worked on can have in the real world.
The ACT Awareness e-learning we developed in partnership with M&S on behalf of NaCTSO has been featured in a clip BBC News about two women who survived terror attacks in London.
We really hope that you never need to use what you learn from this course, but it’s always good to be a prepared.
As Counter Terrorism Policing’s National Coordinator for Protect and Prepare, Chief Superintendent Nick Aldworth says, ‘It is so important that as many people as possible arm themselves with this crucial advice – it is 45 minutes that could potentially save your life’.
ACT Awareness e-learning is a FREE course for businesses, find out more and request access here http://bit.ly/2PEjo5d
We’re immensely proud to have been involved in the Action Counters Terrorism (ACT) online learning development alongside Marks & Spencer on behalf of NaCTSO.
And we’re delighted that the ACT online learning took the Continuity and Resilience Innovation 2019 award at the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Awards last week.
Congrats to all involved!
So far, a quarter of a million people have completed the ACT online learning, which is completely FREE.
So, if you’d like to join them, go to https://bit.ly/2HSVNKG to find out more.