EARN YOUR STRIPES
Our training program, which consists of four, week-long modules, is designed to take students from raw recruits to fully certified red teamers. It was developed by the same people who led the development of the U.S. Army’s program, recognized as the gold-standard for red team training around the world. It is the first — and only — program that provides comprehensive decision-support red team training and certification program.
One Stripe: A novice red teamer who understands the basics of red teaming and is able to function effectively as part of an organization’s in-house red team supervised by a trained red team leader. They have learned the core concepts of red teaming and can conduct basic red teaming exercises.
Two Stripes: A journeyman red teamer who can play a valuable role in an organization’s in-house red team. They have mastered a broader array of tools and techniques, but still require the supervision of a red team leader to use them effectively.
Three Stripes: An expert red teamer who has been fully trained in all of the core red teaming tools and techniques and is capable of helping analyze even the most complex strategies and problems.
Master Red Teamer: A seasoned veteran who understands how to use all of the techniques in the red teaming toolkit, how to structure a red teaming exercise and how to effectively lead red teaming exercises for their organization.
We can work with your organization to tailor this training to your specific needs and schedule. Contact us to learn more about this program and find out how you can create your own, in-house red team.
APPLIED CRITICAL THINKING
While comprehensive red teaming training is not for everyone, every decision maker can benefit from the core critical thinking techniques that are part of the red teamers toolkit. To that end, we offer a day-long intensive course that is designed to teach managers how to make better decisions using these powerful methods. This valuable course covers:
- Cognitive Bias and Heuristics
- Groupthink and Groupthink Mitigation
- Identifying and Understanding Assumptions
- Asking the Right Questions
- Argument Dissection
- Liberating Structures
- 5 Whys Method
While this program is not a substitute for red teaming training, it is a great way to get frontline managers and other decision-makers to start thinking like red teamers.