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MCDEM Workshops

MCDEM delivers regular interactive workshops for Controllers, Recovery Managers and Public Information Managers to assist them to enhance their skills and share information, experiences, ideas and good practice.

The workshops are designed in line with the
CDEM Competency Framework and role maps. Attending a MCDEM workshop is one part of a CDEM professional’s learning and development to perform their role.

There’s no cost to attend the workshops but participants or their employers need to organise and fund travel, accommodation and related expenses.

April 2014 workshops - Auckland

Nominations for the April 2014 workshops open on 24 February and close on 21 March. We will email successful nominees workshop information and pre-workshop self assessment forms in March.

Nominate yourself

Places are strictly limited and your CDEM Group Emergency Management Office (GEMO) decides which nominees will be put forward to attend. You should submit a nomination form to your GEMO if you’d like to be considered to attend.

Download a nomination form (.doc, 376KB)

Workshop information

WorkshopDates
Public Information Manager Workshop7 & 8 April 2014
Recovery Forum10 April 2014
Controller's Workshop9 April 2014

Public Information Management Workshop

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This interactive two-day workshop is designed for those required to perform a public information management (PIM) role during an emergency, and their alternatives.


It will focus on developing PIM skills and knowledge detailed in Public Information Management: Information for the CDEM Sector through a mix of practical exercises, case studies, guest speakers, media panel, group discussion and relationship building.

Recovery Forum

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Controller Workshop

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This workshop includes recent case studies and enables inexperienced Controllers to reflect on and understand the role’s four key performance areas and discuss how they can apply them in their regions/local authority.