Training activities will be delivered online for the immediate future. Classroom based residential courses will hopefully resume after the National Lock-down from mid-February.

[UPDATE: 5th January 2021: Classroom based residential courses will hopefully resume after the National Lock-down from April. You can continue to make bookings for 2021.]

We remain committed to helping the UK’s resilience community maintain its ability to respond to the challenges we face and the continuing COVID-19 crisis

Our virtual classroom, the Connected Learning Suite, is a core component of our current and future blended learning offer, and ideal way to learn remotely - especially during the current January/February lock-down. 

As the UK Centre for Resilience Learning & Development, and in consultation with the Cabinet Office and Serco, we have implemented extra measures to ensure that the Hawkhills is a welcoming and safe environment for all our guests and staff. We can assure you that your health and safety is our priority and you can be confident that our operations at Hawkhills are in line with Government guidance.  

The Hawkhills may look and feel slightly different. You will see simple and effective measures in place such as one-way systems, zoned areas for different events, staggered mealtimes and separation of tables in our restaurant and table service in the bar area.  However, our warm, friendly atmosphere and attention to detail remains the same. Our teams are ready and equipped to support your needs. We look forward to welcoming you in the very near future. Please check our website regularly www.epcresilience.com and the www.thehawkhills.com  and follow us on social media for our latest offers or email us with any questions at enquiries@emergencyplanningcollege.com

Deborah Higgins

Head of EPC