26th July 2021
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THE EPC IS STILL OPEN
We are excited to be re-introducing face-to-face teaching at our Hawkhills site!
Following government guidelines we are opening our doors with COVID safety measures. This will complement our online teaching which will continue simultaneously.
Spaces are limited so book soon to avoid disappointment, contact us today: https://www.epcresilience.com/ | 01347821406 | email@example.com
Flooded London hospitals ask patients to stay away ▶
After Bootleg Fire town finds ‘nothing left’ ▶
PUBLICATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
COVID 19: what to do if you’re employed and cannot work ▶
COVID-19 Restrictions: what you can and cannot do (England) ▶
COVID-19: what you can do (Scotland) ▶
COVID-19 Restrictions (Wales) ▶
COVID-19 regulations guidance: what the restrictions mean for you (Northern Ireland) ▶
MEDIA AND ARTICLES
A spritz instead of a jab? Future COVID-19 vaccines may go up your nose. ▶
Landslide kills nine in northern Indian state ▶
China flood terror as train carriage submerged ▶
IT disaster recovery: should I stay or should I go? ▶
Writing Contingency Plans (23rd-24th Aug) ▶
Improving Risk Management (25th-26th Aug) ▶
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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