24th August 2020
UK Government ▶
The Rohingya Crisis; Three Years On, No End in Sight ▶
California Wildfires Seen From a Plane as Trump Declares Major Disaster ▶
PUBLICATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
Gov: Coronavirus; How to Help Safely ▶
JESIP: News 27 ▶
ICPEM: ALERT Summer 2020 ▶
BCI: 2020 Business Continuity Benchmark Report ▶
30 Days 30 Ways UK: 2020 Schedule (Resilience Direct sign-in required) ▶
MEDIA AND ARTICLES
Thousands Allowed to Bypass Environmental Rules in Pandemic ▶
Liberty Wins ‘Groundbreaking’ Victory Against Facial Recognition Technology ▶
Researchers use Artificial Intelligence to Strengthen US Power Grid Resilience ▶
World Humanitarian Day 2020 ▶
Uber Ex-Security Boss Accused of Covering Up Hack Attack ▶
Global Business Travel Will Survive COVID-19, Study Says ▶
Female-Led Countries’ COVID-19 Outcomes ‘Systematically and Significantly Better’ ▶
Storm Francis to Bring Strong Winds and Heavy Rain ▶
Working From Home: How COVID-19 Could Cause a New Digital Divide ▶
Ten Countries Kept Out COVID-19. But Did They Win? ▶
UPCOMING EPC COURSES
Starting Out in Civil Protection (7th - 11th Sep) ▶
Debriefing Emergencies and Exercises (16th Sep) ▶
CONNECTED LEARNING SUITE (CLS):
Key Aspects of Civil Protection (16th Sep) ▶
Key Insights Into Human Aspects (18th Sep) ▶
We are learning together how to adapt to cope with the impacts of COVID-19. The EPC training is continually improved and adapted to align to Government policy, doctrine and guidance. With the evolving impact of the global pandemic, we have selected the most appropriate subject areas and revised our content to ensure that it remains relevant.
For a complete and brand-new schedule of blended learning opportunities, please visit the EPC website to book your place.
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