Crisis Management is a terminology in the field of management, which refers to a set of activities, tasks and instructions that an organization manages in a crisis-driven challenge and aims to reduce, control and resolve the crisis. Crisis management in general means the goal of moving the progress of affairs into a manageable process and waiting for the return of affairs as soon as possible to the pre-crisis conditions. The crisis manager is the one who knows the threats and uses good opportunities. The crisis manager needs to look for ways to reduce the dimensions of the crisis. In other words, the effects of each factor are measured by other parameters, and after analysis, it tries to fix it. Studies have shown that one of the basic principles for coping with the crisis is its preparedness. Its initial condition is the concentration of all forces in promoting public awareness, responsibility and engagement in crisis situations in order to reduce vulnerability. Because one of the most important factors that exacerbate the consequences of the crisis is the lack or inadequate information about the crises themselves. Meanwhile, education is one of the best ways to improve the crisis management index. This training course is equal to 30 training hours.