Its all well and good to have emergency plans in place, but when an emergency happens how do you know these will be followed? How can you ensure your staff or community are sufficiently trained and understand enough about the emergency they are facing, the role and responsibilities they have, and the actions they need to take?
Every emergency is different. The way we plan for, respond to and recover from emergencies is dependent upon a wide range of complex variables. But its not rocket science. The skills people possess, the knowledge of their situation, and the options that present themselves can all be considered and developed into a training package before an event happens.
That is why emergency training is one of the most effective ways in improving the resilience of your staff and communities. Its about giving them the skills and knowledge to be able to respond and react to situations in a way that reduce the impacts that may otherwise have been.
And now with the options of e-learning your staff and community can undertake training at their own pace and in their own time.
Emergency training takes many forms. Here at Disaster Mastermind we specialise in tailoring training to meet your needs. We don’t focus on generic programs aimed at producing a broad range of skills and knowledge across multiple sectors.
Our programs are tailor made for your environment and circumstance. We develop emergency training programs that provide your participants with an understanding of the specific risks and threats they need to consider, the strategies and actions they are required to take, who their partners and support services are, and how they can lead their communities through the emergency planning, response and recovery stages.
Our emergency training programs are designed for face to face delivery or can be transferred into a web based e-learning tool. Our products are designed specifically to reflect the context in which your service operates and we offer the option of developing e-learning emergency training packages which are owned by your organisation for future use.