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Emergency Preparedness: Building Personal and Team Resilience
 
In this workshop, you will learn how to enhance your resilience and that of your team, to better prepare and cope in emergencies and disasters.

You will:
  • Explore the concept of resilience and its importance in emergency preparedness, and how it can be developed and strengthened both personally and within a team
 
  • Learn techniques and practices to enhance personal resilience, including stress management, emotional regulation, adaptability and coping, and self-care
 
  • Learn strategies for fostering resilience within your team.
     
Course Benefits

The course offers a comprehensive approach to resilience training with a strong focus on evidence-based strategies and practical interventions, equipping you with the tools and knowledge to enhance your resilience and that of your team.

Course leader

Andor Vince is a collections care advisor based in Auckland, New Zealand. He has worked in the heritage sector since 1998, including seventeen years in the United Kingdom.
 
Andor brings an extensive experience in emergency planning for heritage organisations at local and regional levels. His expertise lies in developing emergency preparedness programs and response strategies, emphasising leadership, positive team dynamics, as well as well-being, and resilience. In his teaching, Andor shares insights from his personal experiences in emergency response and coping with traumatic events, including situations of war and civil unrest.
Emergency Preparedness: Building Personal and Team Resilience
USA, Europe and UK


Date: 5th June 2024
Time: 13:00- 15:00 (New York and Ottawa time)
           10:00-12:00 (Los Angeles time)
           18:00 - 20:00 London time
           19:00 - 21:00 Brussels time


Venue: Online
Duration: Two hours
Cost: USD 110, CAD 150, 90 GBP, 105 EUR
Emergency Preparedness: Building Personal and Team Resilience
 Asia and Pacific

Date: 4th June 2024
Time: 11:00- 13:00 (Auckland, New Zealand time)         
09:00-11:00 (Sydney, Australia
)           

Venue: Online
Duration: Two hours
Cost: 180 NZD, 170 AUD
The Emergency Management in Heritage scholarship has been set up to train collections care professionals to develop an emergency management program for collections.
 
The scholarship will support your professional development by providing you with: 
  • Tools to assess risks to your collections
  • Skills to create an operational emergency response plan for your collections
  • Knowledge to design a comprehensive training program for your team
  • Practices and skills to maintain resilience and well-being in emergencies and disasters.
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