If you are interested in a MSc in Crowd Safety and Risk Analysis at Manchester Metropolitan University why not try the short course, Introduction to Crowd Safety and Risk Analysis? We run short courses around the world and there is an on-line (eLearning) version.
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We are now into the second week of the second Unit of the MSc. Developing eLearning systems is challenging and intensive, but the experience is extremely rewarding. The students all seem to be engaged and interacting with the systems.
The next graduate intake is Sept 2016. If you are interested in applying for the MSc programme (100% on-line) just send ane email to GKStill@me.com and we will discuss the options with you.
New eLearning system, revision modules, and practice materials on the site, testing these this month. Drop me a line if you are interested in the online version of the crowd science, crowd dynamics and crowd safety course.
Link to the work of Dr. Ali Asgary – the crowd disaster map. This is a work in progress and reproduced with permission.
Please note – the use of the word “Stampede” is taken from the press reports and not a reflection of the causality of the accident/incident.
Stampede implies the crowd was at fault, the reality is failure to anticipate, plan or manage crowds are typically the causes of crowd disasters.
Wishing everyone the very best for 2016.
Exciting times ahead for Crowd Risk Analysis Ltd., nNew eLearning site and additional course materials, second term of the MSc Crowd Safety and Risk Analysis at Manchester Metropolitan University, clients booking courses around the world.