In late August this year, The Ministry of Education shared their outsourced review on the Lockdown during the March 15th attacks.
This 84-page report covered some key areas of consideration including:
• the quantitative results of their research,
• timeline of events,
• stakeholders and current policies,
• Canterbury survey results and,
• the MOE’s Emergency Management Plan template.
With this significant review now complete, many educational precincts have plenty of formal problems to review, but few solutions.
In association with CQCommand, Linwood Avenue School, over this 30-minute webinar, RiskLogic will focus on the demands of People Welfare (both students & stakeholders) and overcoming mass-communication in similar events. Focus areas will include:
• blind spots, case studies, and lessons learned (in line with the report),
• key takeaways and actionable steps from the report,
• what your next steps should be right now.
We will be joined by Principle Blair Dravitski of Linwood Avenue School to provide his experiences on the close proximity of the Linwood Mosque attack, followed by his handling of the excessive media attention. Blair will be joined by RiskLogic’s National Operations Manager & Resilience specialist, Cheryl Hambly who brings with her two decades of knowledge within the educational sector.
This panel is hosted by Brad Law, RiskLogic Country Manager who had an active part in supporting our Christchurch based clients during the lockdown. With his extensive experience in mass-communications and crisis management, he will lead the discussion and share direction for schools throughout New Zealand following this report.
This 30-minute webinar (with 15m Q&A) will be recorded and shared with our registrants. You will receive a survey post-webinar which will assess your interest in further webinars or workshops.
For any questions, please call 0800 003 453 or email@example.com.