- Training Course
- 20-22 Nov 2012
- Australia (Melbourne)
- 277 little Lonsdale St
Over the past decade, over 25 of these Disaster Risk Managment workshops have been facilitated across Australia, as well as in locations in the Asian-Pacific region, South Africa, Madagascar and the UK.
The purpose of the DRM workshop is both to develop practical skills for humanitarian practitioners who are involved in initiatives across the Disaster Risk Management Cycle (DRMC) spectrum; as well as to provide knowledge of broader DRM issues and best practice scenarios.
This is a practically-based intensive workshop which combines both classroom teaching and, for those seeking advanced standing, follow-up assignments. The program includes case studies from recent Australian and overseas humanitarian situations over the past decade.
The key items covered include:
- Key humanitarian guiding principles
- The use of four key diagrams
- The AS/NZS 4360:2004 and ISO 31000:2009 risk management process
- A strong emphasis on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) and Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) initiatives
- Case studies including the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami; the 2009 Victorian bushfires; and a current complex emergency situation (such as the ongoing Syrian humanitarian crisis)
Event feeFrom $968 to $1430
This workshop is designed both for DRM and emergency management practitioners who are likely to be working in either Australia or the Asian-Pacific Region.
- NGO, Government or UN agencies supporting overseas humanitarian projects
- Australian Community or Faith-based organisations supporting domestic or overseas humanitarian situations
- Students studying this subject as part of their postgraduate studies
- Media representatives, returned volunteers, consultants, or other interested individuals
How to register
To register, please, complete the registration form attached below and post, or scan and email a copy to:
Mr Chris Piper, Director TorqAid
PO Box 13, Torquay, VIC 3228
Australia. Tel: + 61 41 2497317
- Capacity Development, Civil Society/NGOs, Community-based DRR, Disaster Risk Management
- Tsunami, Wild Fire