Simulation exercise: Disaster management and contingency planning

Type:
Training Course
Organizer:
Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS)
Date:
21-25 Apr 2014
Location:
Thailand (Bangkok)

AIMS International provides intuitive consultancy services in conflict, post-conflict and fragile environments. We work clients in the developmental, governmental and private sectors guiding them towards their respective goals.

The purpose of AIMS International is to provide a balance between international and local expertise in the best interests of the communities.

Contents

This unique simulation exercise will put the participants in a disaster situation, take them out of the comfort zone to open grounds and fields. It focuses on covering the following:

First reactions Activating the Communication Tree Business Contingency Planning Setting up camps Registering Disaster Victims

The simulation exercise then bifurcates in to:

Dealing with disaster victims

Saving lives,

Managing and providing shelter

Back office Management

Securing funds, working fast, communicating effectively as a team

AIMS International has once again come up with this one of its kind course.The participants should be prepared to come out of their comfort zones as this will involve physical stress, camping and openness.

The course will last for 4.5 days.1 day for theory, 3 days practical and half day for writing recommendations to the participating organizations.

Details available on www.aims-intl.org or info@aims-intl.org

To request customized simulation exercises please send an email to info@aims-intl.org with the subject line' Customized Simulation Exercise'.


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Event fee

Fee: USD 880 per participants (Training fee)

How to register

Details available on www.aims-intl.org or info@aims-intl.org

Keywords

Themes:
Media, Complex Emergency, Disaster Risk Management
Countries:
Thailand
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