Disaster Resilience Leadership Project - Part 2 [Grafton]
This professional development course focuses on the role community leaders play in building community resilience. You will identify your leadership style and think about what impact you hope to make through your leadership in community.
This course is funded by Ministry for Police and Emergency Services and delivered by Volunteering Queensland, in partnership with NSW Government Department of Primary Industries and NSW State Emergency Service, and supported by Clarence Valley Council. It’s free and fully catered.
As part of this training you will be provided with workbooks and receive certificates of participation. The course is 1.5 days long, and although we would ideally like you to be able to attend the entire course, we do welcome those who can only attend part of the course.
Venue: DPI Research Station, Trenayr Road, Junction Hill NSW 2460
Date & Time: Sat 8 August (9am - 4:30pm) & Sun 9 August (9am - 1pm)
Registration: RSVP email email@example.com by close of business Friday 31 July
Enquiries: ph 6641 6900
For more information download flyer
The Disaster Resilience Leadership Project is part of our 'Step Up Program' which works to increase preparedness and empower communities for potential disasters, contributing significantly to 'civil society rebuilding' in the aftermath of the Queensland Floods and subsequent disaster events.
"You will reflect on your leadership strengths and learn about different leadership attributes and styles that can be used for different reasons at appropriate times."