Harwell's Training Course
Effective Emergency Planning and Disaster Recovery
20th September 2023, Ditchley Park, Oxfordshire
17th October 2023, Lancashire Conservation Studios, Preston
This course is aimed at those who have had emergency plans in place for several years but are keen on conducting a review to ensure that the content will work effectively if ever implemented . With a combination of presentations and exercises, participants will be encouraged to scrutinise their plan, emergency management structure and identify strategies for improvement where necessary.
For anyone wishing to write an emergency plan it will also function well as an introduction to the topic and cover the fundamental content required for a robust and resilient contingency document. The day will also provide information regarding salvage techniques for dealing with damaged objects and provide blueprints for training within attendees' organisations.
There are two dates to choose from. On September 20th 2023 we will be returning to the beautiful surroundings of Ditchley Park in Oxfordshire (OX7 4ER). Ditchley Park - one of the United Kingdom’s finest houses, having a rich history as an idyllic retreat for royalty and power since the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Ditchley can be reached by car and is situated close to Charlbury railway station. Lifts can be arranged to/from the station for participants. Directions can be viewed here. In October, we will be holding the course at the Lancashire Conservation Studios in Preston a Grade II listed converted Victorian Church. Directions can be viewed here.
10am Registration and tea/coffee
10.40am Case Studies - Lessons Learned from real incidents
11.15am Effective incident response
12pm Emergency plans - key contents checklist
1.15pm Emergency Planning Essentials - roles and responsibilities in emergency response
2pm Collections salvage - getting started, decision-making and methods
3pm Managing major incidents - adapting your approach and salvage tactics
3.45pm Training your team and making your plan work in practice.
4pm End of course
Costs and Course Information
Costs for attending the course will be £295 + VAT for Priority Users and £395 + VAT for non Priority Users. Organisations who book two or more places on this course will obtain a 5% discount on each place. Tea, coffee and lunch will be provided for all attendees. .
If you would like to book a place, please complete the form below providing your email address, and how many places you wish to book and which venue you would like to attend. Please note that numbers are limited.
If you have any questions regarding this training program, please do not hesitate to contact Harwell on + 44 1235 432245 or firstname.lastname@example.org.