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Regester Larkin holds crisis management training in London

By Daniel Alfred
Regester Larkin, a London based world leader in the provision of reputation strategy and management services to the oil and gas sector has set out  to provide  platforms  which  enables oil companies  build capacity and network with their peers in other parts of the world.

Meanwhile, the four days intensive training program will contain specialists in  crisis management  for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) managers, Corporate Communications and Human Relations professionals from international, national and local energy companies and has been scheduled for July 19 _ 22, 2010 in London.

According to the Director, Regester Larkin, Rob  Sherwin, he stated that the training will equip participants with the fundamental skills and workable tools to enable the various professionals and their companies to manage crises while protecting their reputation and their license to operate.

He emphasized that the training will cover international best practices in crisis management, crisis spokesperson training and coaching, simulation and the roles of professionals in times of corporate crisis.

He  further stated that the company has offered an attractive discount for prospective participants that will confirm their attendance of the program on or before May 1, 2010.

The Managing Director, Caritas Communications, the Nigerian affiliate of the company and an experienced public affairs practitioner in oil and gas, Adedayo Ojo, said that the training program is a must_attend for the target professionals in the oil and gas sector in the country, noting that the program will not only train and update the participants on ways of minimizing the potential damage that corporate reputation suffers as a result to crisis, but also provide an opportunity for Nigerian participants to share experiences and build network with their peers from around the world. He therefore calls on relevant professionals and energy companies in the country to avail themselves of the opportunity and be part of the program.


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