Firefighters and volunteers through every state and territory across Australia are currently risking their lives to battle and contain numerous catastrophic and devastating bushfires.
With temperatures rising and dry winds fuelling the spread of these blazes, on behalf of the AGPAL Group of Companies, we send our thoughts to all of those involved and impacted by these disastrous events.
To support recovery efforts in a small way, our AGPAL team will be delivering a complimentary webinar titled ‘Bushfire recovery – tools and techniques to assist during the primary care disaster recovery effort’. Being part of the AGPAL Group of Companies, we would like to extend attendance to all of our AGPAL and QIP clients, as well as our industry stakeholders and associates.
This two-hour webinar on Wednesday 4 December, 11am to 1pm (AEST) will have a general practice focus with learning outcomes aimed at supporting an increased understanding of:
- How to respond after a crisis
- Strategies to assess the impact on people, processes, infrastructure, providers, and business performance
Business continuity planning
- Tips to support the development of a crisis plan and toolkits (including provision of a template)
- Techniques to support the next steps and practice sustainability, inclusive of CQI content and a PDSA cycle for mid to long term recovery
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Bushfire recovery – tools and techniques to assist during the primary care disaster recovery effort
Wednesday 4 December
11am – 1pm (AEST)
Your content expert and presenter is David Osman, an experienced healthcare manager, AGPAL Surveyor and Director on the AAPM National Board. David has been a professional facilitator of learning since 2004, when he established a Registered Training Organisation, ran a corporate training consultancy, and managed education and training for an Australia-wide government change program.
David has a practical approach based on years of leadership experience. He currently leads 40 people across three organisations and deals with many of the same challenges that his training helps other leaders to solve.
We kindly thank David for giving up his time to deliver this webinar on behalf of AGPAL and our Education and Training team.
- Due to software capabilities, each LIVE webinar is capped at 500 attendees.
- If you are an AGPAL or QIP client, a recorded copy of the live webinar will be loaded into the ‘WEBINARS’ section of your education and resource library of your accreditation hub the following week.
- Registration will be allocated on a ‘first in’ basis.
- The webinar will open 15 minutes prior to the start of a webinar to allow ample time for connection set-up. You may be required to download GoToWebinar if the program doesn’t automatically launch.
- After registering for a webinar, GoToWebinar will send you a registration confirmation and reminder one day prior to the event.
For any accreditation related queries contact your AGPAL Client Liaison Officer:
P: 1300 362 111
For Education and Training related queries, contact our AGPAL & QIP Education and Training Team:
P: 1300 362 111