Planning for Recovery Management

(Please note: This course was previously called Practical Recovery Management).

Course Details

Who should attend?

Recovery co-ordination and management is traditionally the domain of the local authority. However, it is a multi-agency business and many other responders need to be aware of the challenges and professionally equipped to support the local authority as and when needed. If you are a local authority emergency planner or a representative of any agency that might be involved in a recovery co-ordinating group, you really need to attend this course. It is the essential, definitive grounding in this complex subject.

Aim:

To enable organisations to plan for and activate the recovery phase of an emergency.


Objectives:

By the end of this event you will be able to:

  • Discuss the key principles of recovery management, set within the context of the Civil Contingencies Act
  • Describe the process of handover / take over from the response phase to the recovery phase of an emergency
  • Outline key considerations relating to Humanitarian support in the aftermath of an emergency
  • List actions to consider in relation to the financial management of recovery operations
  • Discuss the challenges and potential solutions to ensuring environmental protection
  • Outline key considerations when undertaking site clearance and infrastructure restoration as part of the recovery process
  • Participate in a group exercise to prepare an outline recovery management plan

Additional Information:

Pre-attendance requirements:

If delegates have not previously attended Introduction to Civil Protection (ICP), they are expected to have a good working knowledge of the CCA.

National Occupational Standards for Civil Contingencies

Fully Correlates:

AA1, AA2, AG4, AH1, AH2

Contribute Towards:

AB1, AF1

 

Ref No. Start Date / Time End Date / Time Venue Cost (Ex VAT) Availability
2019/48/PC 27/11/2019 09:00 27/11/2019 17:00 The Hawkhills £440.00 9 Book Online