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.
To enable organisations to plan for and activate the recovery phase of an emergency.
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
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
AA1, AA2, AG4, AH1, AH2