- COMING SOON! Emergency Planning in Schools
COMING SOON! LAUNCHING SEPTEMBER 2017
How would your school deal with some of the incidents, tragedies and disasters that have befallen schools in recent years?
Emergency planning is about being as ready as possible, just in case an emergency arises, with information, procedures and support systems that are:
• Flexible • Published • Practised • Responsive
Our guide and e-learning courses will help your school to be as ready as possible.
For further details please contact us here
The Kent County Council Education Planning and Access Team produce the Emergency Planning for Schools Guide - the definitive resource for schools to reduce the likelihood and impact of an emergency; and to maintain service during and in the aftermath of an emergency.
The authors have been working with schools, emergency services and local authorities in the field of Emergency Planning, Resilience, Risk Assessment and Business Continuity for over ten years.
The guide is updated periodically, with all links, information and references regularly checked for adherence to the latest legislation and guidance.
Access to this resource can be pre-ordered for £300 per school which provides the most current version and two annual updates (schools which are not Kent County Council maintained schools).
A bespoke Kent version of this guide will continue to be emailed, free of charge, to each Kent County Council maintained school.
Training modules will be available for schools who would like to develop a more detailed understanding of a particular topic area within Emergency Planning.
A typical training package will take about 45 minutes to complete and will have three or four distinct learning elements.
Coming Soon (September 2017):
- Introduction to Emergency Planning, Roles & Responsibilities and Immediate Actions - £60 (for a three year licence)
The Grab Bag and its use during the Management of an Emergency