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2024 Natcorr risk & resilience WORkshops ANNOUNCED

The National Centre for Outdoor Risk and Readiness supports the Outdoor Industry to build capacity and capability to be able to predict, prepare for, mitigate & respond to events, to learn and adapt to be more resilient and safer in the face of a changing climate, so that all Australians and visitors, wherever they live and whatever their age, ability and cultural background, are able to enjoy and benefit from being in the outdoors and feel safe in doing so.

Following the success of last years events, there are four more Incident Response Workshops being run in August and have just gone live.

  • Melbourne        Friday August 16, 2024

  • Adelaide            Monday August 19, 2024

  • Sydney               Tuesday August 20, 2024

  • Hobart                Wednesday August 21, 2024


Here is a little more information to test your taste buds... 


Transform Your Understanding and Response to Critical Incidents

Join the immersive incident response workshop that will equip you with the knowledge and skills to navigate high-stress situations with confidence and expertise. Here’s how you will benefit:

1.        Master the Science of Stress: Dive deep into the world of neurology and discover how extreme stress affects the brain. Gain insights into how this knowledge can dramatically improve your performance in high-stakes situations.

2.        Design Effective Response Plans: Learn how to craft a critical incident response plan that truly works. Be guided through the essential components needed to ensure your plan is robust, reliable, and ready to be deployed when every second counts.

3.        Sharpen Your Skills Through Scenarios: Engage with realistic and meaningful scenarios that challenge you to think on your feet. Identify your strengths and uncover where you need to improve. This hands-on approach ensures you’re prepared and primed for any critical incident.

4.        Create Your Customised Action Template: Walk away with a bespoke template designed to help you plan and implement impactful critical incident scenarios in your own context. This tailored tool ensures that the lessons learned can be directly applied to enhance safety and preparedness within your workplace or community.

Why Join these workshops?

·        Expert Guidance: Led by professionals with real-world experience in navigating critical incidents, our workshop offers you the rare opportunity to learn from the best.

·        Interactive Learning: Move beyond theory with practical exercises that simulate real-life challenges, ensuring you gain valuable hands-on experience.

·        Community and Support: Join a community of like-minded individuals committed to making a difference in high-pressure situations. Benefit from the collective wisdom and support of a network that shares your goals.

·        Empowerment: Empower yourself with the confidence to lead and make informed decisions during critical incidents. Our workshop doesn’t just teach you what to do; it will challenge how you think and respond under pressure.

Presenter: Dr Clare Dallat from Risk Resolve with support from NatCORR team members who are seasoned outdoor educators, and managers of risk and safety.

There are limited spaces, with only 25 participants per workshop. A maximum of 5 people from the same organisation has been set to ensure many organisations gain the benefit of these workshops.


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