Case Study 3 – Falkland Islands


 

CASE STUDY 3 – Short Term Training Injection – FALKLANDS ISLANDS GOVERNMENT – DELIVERED APRIL 2015

The following training programme was delivered in April 2015 to the Governor, members of the Falkland Islands Government (Chief Executive and Directors), Police, Hospital Management and members of the RAF and Military at their Training Facility in Port Stanley.

The programme was delivered in a continuous 5 day period.

TRAINING PROGRAMME

Day 1

Gold Awareness Training (2 hours)

  • Incident Management – strategic aims and tactical goals
  • Understanding the command structure
  • Discussion re the potential threats and tensions within an Integrated Emergency Management environment
  • Awareness of Silver, Bronze and Loggist roles and responsibilities
  • Logging & Key Decision recording

Bronze Training – (3 hours)

  • Incident Management – strategic aims and tactical goals
  • Action Centred Leadership model
  • Understanding the command structure
  • Awareness of Gold and Silver roles and responsibilities
  • The role of Bronze players
  • Logging & Key Decision recording

Day 2

Silver Training – (7 hours)

  • Incident Management – strategic aims and tactical goals
  • Completion of Leadership Profile Questionnaire focused on the attendees leadership balance in regard to Task, Team and Individual (Action centred Leadership model) – this will be confidential to each participant and will allow them to self-develop their strengths and weaknesses on completion of the training day)
  • Action Centred Leadership model
  • Understanding the command structure
  • Discussion re the potential threats and tensions within an Integrated Emergency Management environment
  • Awareness of Gold, Bronze and Loggists roles and responsibilities
  • The role of Silver
  • Logging & Key Decision recording
  • Decision Making including the Rational Decision Making Model and the Recognition primed Decision Making Model frequently used in the environment of a critical incident. Actual case studies will be utilised to facilitate interaction between trainers and attendees
  • Running Effective Incident Team Meetings including rules of engagement, questioning techniques, assertive communication etc
  • Combining theory and reality – an actual incident within a petro-chemical complex will be examined to drive home a number of the key points discussed previously in the day.

Day 3

Loggist Training (3 hours)

  • Incident Management – strategic aims and tactical goals
  • Understanding the command structure
  • Awareness of Gold, Bronze and Loggists roles and responsibilities
  • Logging techniques – including the use of interactive exercises
  • Key Decision logging – including the use of interactive exercises

For further information email training@fior.org.uk

Read Case Study 1

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J Holden

Director

April 2015

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