We have provided Emergency Management training courses and consultancy services nationwide since 1998. There are aspects to all emergencies that can be managed. Train your people to take charge. Devereux-Blum Training are a Category 1 NZQA Accredited Training Provider to deliver Unit Standards.
Offering specialised training and advice since 1998, we are New Zealand’s most experienced training provider in Emergency Management. Training can be: in-house training , public courses or online courses. Course content is tailored to your organisation. Each year throughout New Zealand, we train between 1,500 – 1,800 people in Emergency Management.
Readiness and Reduction are key areas of Emergency Management. Our knowledge and experience in training, facilitation, consultancy, coaching and team building, working with government and non-government on an ongoing basis prepare organisations to achieve a confident and resilient workplace and compliance with the Health and Safety at Work Act, WorkSafe NZ and ACC Workplace Management Practices.
We are a Category 1 NZQA Accredited Tertiary Education Provider on a four year evaluation cycle which indicates we have exceeded expectations. See our details on the NZQA site and the standards we are accredited to deliver. In 2022 we completed our NZQA External Evaluation and Review and we are very proud of our efforts, achieve Highly Confident in all categories with no recommendations. 2022 -External Evaluation and Review
Why undertake Emergency Management Training?
In the absence of emergencies – how do you know how prepared you are. These are questions to ask of your organisation? What would your organisation do in an Emergency? Who would take the lead / charge? Can we operate effectively if we have to evacuate our building?
Emergency Management Training can help you achieve the answers to these questions. Natural hazards and man made technological disasters such as floods, earthquakes, storms, fires, volcanoes, chemical spillages, medical emergencies, bomb threats, terrorism, tsunamis and utility failures often strike with little warning. Many of these appear to be on the rise with climate change. What hazards do you need to take steps to reduce the impact of, prepare for, respond to and recover from? Whether you are an Emergency Responder, a CEO, an Executive, a Manager with Health and Safety responsibilities or someone with a genuine interest in emergency readiness and workplace safety, then we encourage you to learn more about our Training Courses.
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