KRF Brexit Command Training Operational (Bronze)

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The Deep End, GK Unions, The Student Hub

North Road

Gillingham

ME4 4AG

United Kingdom

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This course, set at operational level aims to develop delegates’ confidence, understanding and ability to perform a command role.

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This Course has been developed to address the potential organisational command resilience impacts during incidents requiring a multi-agency response. It aims to develop delegates’ confidence, understanding and ability to perform a command role.

It seeks to bring together operational incident commanders and non-blue light managers to ensure an integrated and co-ordinated response to incidents within Kent.

This 1-day course has been tailored to the requirements of the Kent Resilience Forum as part of their Brexit planning and will include the following:

• Brexit briefing on Kent’s preparedness

• Introduction and explain each organisations response

• Discussion on Kent’s command and control structures

• Understanding of the principles of JESIP

• Guest speakers to support the learning

• A 4-stage learning exercise

On completion of this course attendees will have gained an understanding and knowledge of the following:

1. Understand the roles and responsibilities of different agencies during the operational response phase of a major incident/civil emergency.

2. Develop an understanding of their role and responsibilities within an operational co-ordinating group.

3. Understand Tactical (Silver) requirements for their respective organisations.

4. Implement and review their dedicated course of action/response.

5. Gain an understanding of the Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Principles (JESIP).

6. Practice their learning during a 4-stage discussion exercise.

This Course provides a solid foundation for delegates to continue multi-agency training within their organisation, and meets the requirements of the Civil Contingencies Act (CCA) 2004.

Programme

1. Welcome introductions and overview

2. Ice breaker

3. Legislation and organisational roles/responsibilities

4. Brexit

5. Inject 1 – Discussion and feedback

Break

6. JESIP

7. Inject 2 – Discussions and feedback; initial response

Lunch Break

8. Inject 3 – Discussion and feedback; consolidation

9. Media

10. Inject 4 – Discussion and feedback; recovery

Questions, summary and close

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The Deep End, GK Unions, The Student Hub

North Road

Gillingham

ME4 4AG

United Kingdom

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