The road to recovery can be complex and challenging, especially when faced with a changing environment that can blur the lines between response and recovery.
Set within the context of the latest government guidance on recovery management, and using our experience of recent emergencies, let us take you step by step through the four pillars of recovery, including the purpose and workings of an effective recovery working group and its supporting sub-groups.
In addition to learning how to ‘build back stronger’, our experts in the field of recovery management will support you to design an effective basic recovery strategy.
Depending on availability, this course will either be delivered using our Connected Learning Suite (CLS) or Microsoft Teams.
Who is This Course For?
Traditionally, responsibility to lead the recovery process in the aftermath of a major incident, has fallen to the Local authority. As recent events have demonstrated, the four principles of recovery apply to a wide range of organisations faced with preparing themselves for a new way of working as a result of COVID-19. Principle organisations who would benefit from this course include emergency responders, local authorities, utility companies, Health and Social care providers and voluntary organisations.
National Occupational Standards for Civil Contingencies
Fully Correlates: AA1, AA2, AG4, AH1, AH2
Contribute Towards: AB1, AF1
Aim & Objectives
To enable organisations to plan for and activate the recovery phase of an emergency.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Discuss the key principles of recovery management, set within the context of the Civil Contingencies Act
- Describe the phases of an emergency, including how recovery can influence response and the process of handover from the response phase to the recovery phase
- Outline the role of the Recovery Co-ordinating Group, the potential sub-group structures and tools like the community impact analysis that can be used to manage the recovery phase
- Outline key considerations relating to humanitarian support in the aftermath of an emergency
- List actions to consider in relation to the legal and financial management of recovery operations
- Discuss the challenges and potential solutions to ensuring environmental protection and supporting businesses through recovery
- Outline key considerations of restoring infrastructure, including site clearance
- Participate in a group exercise to prepare an outline recovery management plan
Benefits for Delegates
- On successful completion of the course, you will be ready to prepare a basic recovery strategy, taking into account the four pillars of recovery: Humanitarian, Infrastructure, Environment and Finance.
Benefits for Organisations
- On return to the workplace successful delegates will be ready to represent your organisation in a recovery working group, planning effectively for the new normality.
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