Critical Incident Management Planning Session 1 (Brisbane)

Critical Incident Management Planning Session 1 (Brisbane)

BRISBANE

Jul

20

to

Jul

21

Region
Brisbane
Start
9:00 am
Finish
4:00 pm
Cost
Member. $50
Non Member. $250
Host
QORF
Phone
07 3369 9455
Email
industry@qorf.org.au
Web
http://bit.ly/Critical-Incident-Planning-Workshop

Information, tools & resources

QORF in conjunction with the Outdoor Educators Association of Queensland (OEAQ) will be hosting a series of critical incident management planning workshops throughout 2019. The workshops, designed for both the education sector and the broader outdoor activity community, will be facilitated by Dr Clare Dallat,  Director of Risk Resolve and an expert in the field of led outdoor risk and crisis management. The workshops will be run in both Brisbane and Cairns.

  • The outdoor activity providers workshop will suit all outdoor activity providers by using relevant and applicable case studies. By focusing on the operating contexts that outdoor providers engage with (e.g. limited resources to support, casual and volunteer work forces, multiple third-party involvement), participants will learn how to optimise their crisis management response. This workshop is suitable for club committee members, event organisers, managers, owners and coordinators who plan and oversee outdoor activity programs.
  • The education sector workshop will apply relevant case studies and address the unique context of schools conducting off-site outdoor programs, excursions and overseas tours. The operational environment of schools will be integrated into the session (e.g. use of subcontractors). It is suitable for coordinators, WHS staff and management staff who approve off-site programs.

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Session 1 - Reactive Critical Incident Management

Participants will gain an understanding of crisis management theory, including learning how different parts of the brain are activated therefore making rational and strategic thought very difficult during crisis situations. We will identify the multiple stages of crisis response and explore how to optimise our organisational response to them.  Participants will experience this firsthand through the conduct of applicable case studies, scenario and press conference. This workshop will equip attendees with the tools to conduct a self-assessment of their own organisation’s crisis management system. This day is focused on reactive risk management.

Session 1a: Educators
Saturday 20 July, 09:00 – 16:00

Session 1 b: Outdoor Activity Providers
Sunday 21 July, 09:00 – 16:00

Venue
Building 212 (Campus Map)
Australian Catholic University
1100 Nudgee Road, Banyo, Qld 4014
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Please Note:

  • The content of each educators session (ie each Saturday session in Brisbane) will  focus on and use examples from the education sector. The outdoor activity providers sessions (ie each Sunday session in Brisbane) will focus on the broader outdoor activity community. Much of the content from both sessions will be very similar, differentiated only by the specific sector examples and language.
  • Participants facing financial hardship may be eligible for a fee waiver or other arrangement. Please email admin@qorf.org.au with the details.
  • There is a limit of 30 participants per session.

Session 2 – Proactive Critical Incident Management

In this workshop, participants will be asked to bring their own critical incident plans and we’ll review them systematically – both proactively (what you say publicly now) and reactively (what you need to have ready in the event of a critical incident). This day is focused on proactive risk management.

Session 2a: Educators
Saturday 14 September,09:00 – 16:00

Session 2b: Outdoor Activity Providers
Sunday 15 September, 09:00 – 16:00

Venue:
Building 212 (Campus Map)
Australian Catholic University
1100 Nudgee Road, Banyo, Qld 4014
Find on Google Maps

Book Sessions 1 & 2

Please Note

  • The content of each educators session (ie each Saturday session in Brisbane) will  focus on and use examples from the education sector. The outdoor activity providers sessions (ie each Sunday session in Brisbane) will focus on the broader outdoor activity community. Much of the content from both sessions will be very similar, differentiated only by the specific sector examples and language.
  • Attendance at both a Session 1 and a Session 2 workshop
    • $80.00 +GST for financial OEAQ/QORF members
    • $400.00 +GST for non-members
  • Participants facing financial hardship may be eligible for a fee waiver or other arrangement. Please email industry@qorf.org.au with the details.
  • There is a limit of 30 participants per session.

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