Caroline Neil
Managing Director

Caroline is the founder of RPS Partnership and now leads the team as the Managing Director. She has a hands on role providing training and risk management advice for a broad range of organisations and NGOs; from large media corporations to oil and construction multinationals, as well as international charities. She has been a security and risk management specialist for over 25 years and advises organisations on security strategies that fit their requirements.

Caroline has conducted training in security, risk and travel management security; including kidnap and ransom and crisis management workshops. She pioneered Hostile Environment training for the BBC and other media organisations and then worked as Head of High-Risk Security at the BBC where she advised senior executives and war zone journalists on risk management and travel security. She is experienced at managing risk for high risk programmes as well as investigative journalists.  She has worked for Control Risks Group as a Crisis Management consultant, and is experienced at writing crisis management plans, advising on evacuation plans and designing and delivering crisis response training packages.

She retrained as a teacher in 2008 and is a qualified registered teacher and trainer of trainers. She holds a Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) and Qualified Teacher Status and has designed Training of Trainers courses for national staff overseas to empower them to train in their own languages.

Working Overseas

Recent travel has included Central and South America, the Middle East; Iraq (and Kurdistan), Lebanon, Oman, Africa: Mali, Tunisia, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, and Pakistan

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