Re-imagining security support

GIZ Security Risk Management Advisors course

Here you will find information about the online materials which support and amplify what we cover in the training room. 

How to access this course

To enrol in the SRMA course please contact either AIZ or the Corporate Security Unit, who can advise you on what you need to do to apply.

If you are already enrolled, please click on the large red button at the bottom of this page and enter the log in details that should have been emailed to you following STOP 1 of the course.

Course description

GIZ’s Security Risk Management Advisors course generally takes place three or four times a year. The course is split into three ‘STOPs’: STOP 1 is an online half-day training session; STOP 2 is a 5-day face-to-face course; STOP 3 is a follow-up online seminar where participants report back security improvements they have made as a result of taking part in STOP 1 and STOP 2. STOP 3 takes place roughly three months after the end of STOP 2. Each STOP has additional online blended learning elements. 

You will be given access to the online learning elements following the completion of STOP 1 of the course. 

What you will learn

Check the course content below to find out what the online learning parts of the course cover. In brief, they allow you to prepare for the course following STOP 1, to access additional information during STOP 2 (the face-to-face part of the course), and to re-engage with materials once STOP 1 and STOP 2 are completed.

How you will learn?

The online part of the course is delivered using videos, podcasts, readings, links to essential websites, and knowledge checks to make sure you have fully understood the information. 

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone attending the face-to-face part of the Security Risk Management Advisors’ course in Germany.

You must complete the online course preparation in order to fully participate in the face-to-face part of the course. You cannot receive an end of course certificate if you have not completed this part of the course.


Course content