Created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but applicable to all civil emergencies, this training module offers key information and practical guidance on moving through crisis to a ‘new normal’ and navigating the steps in between. It explores the roles of Community Emergency Volunteers, Town and Parish Councils and voluntary organisations in the rebuilding process. Tips are included on ways to foster collaborative working to reduce the recovery timeline, effectively connect and communicate as a community, and plan for the future.
Download this module for information and practical guidance on a range of topics, including:
- Understanding crisis recovery
- The crisis recovery timeline
- Who’s responsible?
- The crisis recovery structure
- Building a community narrative
- Putting back better
- Incorporating lessons learnt
- Understanding and supporting community mental health
- Messaging / communications
- Commemoration / celebration
This module has been produced with support from the National Association of Local Councils (NALC) and was launched as a webinar series in July 2020 to support communities and Town and Parish Councils with the transition out of the first national lockdown.
This module can be delivered as an interactive webinar, tailored to your community or region and in partnership with local agencies. To find out more and to book, please contact the Communities Prepared team.