New Training Course: People in Emergencies

27/06/2018

Disasters cannot be prevented, but their impact on people's lives can be reduced. Those who have been caught in a disaster can suffer from adverse psychological effects, impacting upon their chances of recovery.

 

It is essential for responders to include the community as integral actors to the emergency management process.

In a highly interactive and experiential training environment, this course will provide delegates with the knowledge and confidence they need to actively engage with and work with their local community before, during and after a disaster.

Participants will learn how to proactively and positively interact with the local community, in a way that mobilises local resources, community spirit and minimises psychological and social damage.

Finally, participants will learn how to support and empower a community recovering from an emergency.


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