Zombie Apocalypse

Bob Clark shares how to run an engaging zombie-themed emergency preparedness training session at your organization.

Zombie Apocalypse! Bring Your Training Exercises To Life

If reanimated corpses began to shuffle through your city, would your employees know how to respond? Would your organization survive the zombie apocalypse or would a lack of preparedness lead to its demise?

Zombies may seem like a farfetched enemy, but at its core a zombie apocalypse is the perfect training scenario. Our emergency preparedness expert, Bob Clark, wrote three training scenarios that use zombie attacks to teach core principles. This approach engages employees, forcing them to face their fears and think practically about emergency preparedness and survival techniques that are applicable to innumerable real-world crises.

In this recorded webinar, Bob shares exactly how to take those scenarios and use them for tabletops, a small group discussion and a live event.

This 60-minute session covers how to:

  • Use zombies to make emergency preparedness more accessible
  • Create an ideal training schedule for your organization
  • Engage all your employees with the right training approach
  • Use this training material for tabletop exercises, discussions and live trainings
  • Avoid common training mistakes

Webinar Details

  • Recording Date: Wednesday, Oct. 24 at 11 a.m. EDT
  • Hashtag: #AFWebinar #ZombieApocalypse


Bob Clark

Emergency Preparedness Consultant / Manager

Robert (Bob) Clark is a Fellow of the Institute of Business Continuity Management, a Fellow of the British Computer Society and a Member of the Security Institute.

His career includes 15 years with IBM and 11 years with Fujitsu Services, working with clients on BCM-related assignments.

The author of a number of business continuity-related publications, Bob wrote “Business Continuity and the Pandemic Threat” as well as his newest book, “Crisis Management: Is Social Media Its New Best Friend Or Its Worst Nightmare?” 

He works with a number of global businesses through his company, BCM Consultancy.