Friday, May 24, 2024

RRANZ offers response and recovery transition course

RRANZ are offering training for those who need to transition from the CDEM Controller Development Programme qualification to the Response and Recovery Leadership Development Programme (RRLDP) Part 2.

The RRANZ team are pleased to announce a final offering for those who need to transition from the CDEM Controller Development Programme qualification to the Response and Recovery Leadership Development Programme (RRLDP) Part 2.

“A two-day pilot transition course was run very successfully in conjunction with the full Part 2 course in August 2022 and we are running a final offering of the same again in 2024 to meet demand,” NEMA said in a statement.

As agreed when the RRLDP was initiated by DPMC in 2018, the previous CDEM Controller qualifications would expire after five years, in 2023.

Applications for the capability assessment phase and for the course itself are available at the link below.

NEMA says a full course will be available in the future.

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