15 September 2020
UK Government ▶
Climate change: Warmth shatters section of Greenland ice shelf ▶
Oregon wildfires: Residents return to ash instead of homes ▶
PUBLICATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
European Commission unveils its first Strategic Foresight Report ▶
Gov: Reopening High Streets Safely Fund guidance ▶
Gov: Coronavirus outbreak FAQs: what you can and can’t do ▶
Gov: Maintaining records of staff, customers and visitors to support NHS Test and Trace ▶
MEDIA AND ARTICLES
Experts Work to Better Understand Impact of More Frequent, Intense Wildfires ▶
UK pledges support for victims of devastating floods in Pakistan ▶
95% of BC professionals think they will get greater resources post-COVID ▶
Red Cross launches Emergency Appeal for Sudan as deadly flooding leaves thousands homeless ▶
Migrants moved to new Lesbos camp as Greek PM Mitsotakis demands more EU help ▶
UPCOMING EPC COURSES
Tactical Emergency Management (21st – 22nd Sep) ▶
Exercising Crisis and Business Continuity Plans (23rd-24th Sep) ▶
CONNECTED LEARNING SUITE (CLS):
Key Aspects of Strategic Emergency and Crisis Management (CLS) (22nd 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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