Programmes / Activities

24.09.2012 to 28.09.2012

The seminar was hosted and organised by the Protection and Rescue Directorate of Macedonia and represented Macedonian contribution to the DPPI SEE Disaster Management Programme 2012.   The aim of the training was to gain theoretical knowledge and basic practical skills in the field of using GIS and other computer simulation tools for planning protection and rescue operations.The training therefore improved the participants’ knowledge of basic skills and techniques of using GIS and other computer simulation tools for planning protection and rescue operations.  

15.09.2012 to 23.09.2012

This training was hosted and organised by the Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief. The venue of the training was the Training Centre for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief, Unit Sežana (TC), Slovenia. The training represented Slovenian contribution to the DPPI SEE Disaster Management Programme 2012.
Training objectives
During the 8-day training there were 80 hours of various lessons, which took form of lectures, short demonstrations and practical work in smaller caves for consolidation of knowledge and bigger final exercise of the cave rescue activities.
Training was based on various practical exercises and theoretical knowledge, which were necessary for successful rescue activity and even for the prevention of accidents in the caves. 
Extract from contents:

  • Cave conservation;
  • Single rope technique – Alpine style;
  • Procedures for accident in the cave;
  • Examination of the victim;
  • Setting up of evacuation and transport systems and learning rescue manoeuvres;
  • Preparation and...
02.09.2012 to 07.09.2012

This training was hosted and organised by the Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief and supported by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency. The venue of the training was the Training Centre for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief in Ig near Ljubljana (Slovenia). The training represented Slovenian contribution to the DPPI SEE Disaster Management Programme 2012.

Training objectives
 
At the training the participants gained theoretical knowledge and basic practical skills in the field of fire extinguishing, known as hot fire/flashover training.The training therefore improved the participants’ knowledge of basic skills and techniques of fire-fighting and basic operational procedures for indoor fires. Generally the training also intends to raise awareness on procedures and practices of fire development and behaviour in different scenarios.
 
Target audience
 
The training was intended for professional operational fire-fighters and commanders from the DPPI SEE countries (1-2 per country).
 
Methodology
 
The training was implemented as a combined structure of theoretical...
05.05.2012 to 11.05.2012

Joint Firefighting Unit Refresher Training was the Croatian contribution for 2012 to the Disaster Management Training Programme ofthe Disaster Preparedness and Prevention Initiative for South EasternEurope (DPPI SEE) and it was organized by the DPPI and NationalProtection and Rescue Directorate.
Training was held from 5 to 11 May 2012 in the Firefighting Operations
Centre of the National Protection and Rescue Directorate in Divulje near Split.

08.03.2012 to 09.03.2012

This seminar was hosted and organized by the Republic of Turkey Prime Minister's Office Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency as a Turkish contribution to the DPPI SEE Disaster Management Programme 2012.

Seminar Objectives

In this seminar, experts and field practitioners from governmental and nongovernmental organizations and academicians having different backgrounds from South Eastern European countries were brought together to share ideas and experiences. The purpose of this seminar was to reveal previous disaster training activities and projects at national and international level to set examples for future training organizations especially for vulnerable groups. Moreover, the seminar provided opportunity to discuss advantages and disadvantages of the methods of the trainings aiming to reach different vulnerable groups and elaborate upon ways to eliminate these disadvantages. Also, the seminar raised awareness of experts who worked for foreign regions with different levels of socio-cultural structures.

Target Audience
The seminar tartgeted experts and professionals specialized in the field of disaster training from DPPI SEE Parties and was attended by representatives of Albania, Bosnia and...
14.11.2011 to 19.11.2011

The course was organized and hosted by the Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief at the Training Centre for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief in Ig near Ljubljana (Slovenia). The course represented Slovenian contribution to the DPPI SEE Disaster Management Training Programme 2011.

     
    The course objectives
    The course focused on increasing participants’ effectiveness in reading and writing documents related to disaster management. After the course, participants:
    • Became familiar with the basic terminology used in disaster management.
    • Learned the terminology used in relevant documents and correspondence.
    • Were able to read documents, such as EURATOM Acts and EU Council Decisions, and other texts related to this field, understand key points and most details.
    • Were able to understand authentic European Commission Monitoring and Information Centre (MIC) messages, assessments and situation reports.
    • Were able to write MIC messages, assessments and short situation reports, based on given scenarios, to express ideas in a properly organized manner demonstrating a suitable control of basic grammatical structures.
    • Were able to...
    26.09.2011 to 02.10.2011

    The course was organised within the DPPI SEE/ Capacity for Disaster Reduction Initiative (CADRI)/ Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) DRR project (Phase II) and hosted by Romanian General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations. The course represented Romanian contribution to the DPPI SEE Disaster Management Training Programme 2011

    The aim of the course was to support the development of disaster risk reduction capacity at all levels within the South East European region governments and organizations in order to improve their ability to better understand and manage the variety of disasters the region faces nowadays.

    Representatives from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Turkey participated in the course.

    17.09.2011 to 25.09.2011

    The training was organised by the Bulgarian Federation of Speleology and Bulgarian Cave Rescue Unit, Chief Directorate Fire Safety and Civil Protection of the Ministry of Interior of Republic of Bulgaria and supported by the Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief (ACPDR), Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Slovenia. The training represented Bulgarian contribution to the DPPI SEE Disaster Management Training Programme 2011
     
    Training objectives
    During the 8-day training there were 80 hours of various lessons, which took form of lectures, short demonstrations, practical work in smaller caves for consolidation of knowledge and bigger final exercise of the cave rescue activities.
     
    Training was based on various practical exercises and theoretical knowledge, necessary for successful rescue activity and even for the prevention of accidents in the caves.
    Extract from contents
     
     
    Cave conservation
    Single rope technique – Alpine style
    Procedures for accident in the cave
    Examination of the victim
    Setting up of evacuation and transport systems and learning rescue manoeuvres
    Preparation and...

    04.09.2011 to 09.09.2011

    The training was conducted at the Training Centre for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief in Ig near Ljubljana (Slovenia) and it was hosted by the Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief and supported by the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency.

    The training represented Slovenian contribution to the DPPI SEE Disaster Management Training Programme 2011. Training objectives At the training the participants gained theoretical knowledge and basic practical skills in the field of fire extinguishing, known as hot fire/flashover training. The training therefore improved the participants’ knowledge of basic skills and techniques of fire-fighting and basic operational procedures for indoor fires. Generally the training also intends to raise awareness on procedures and practices of fire development and behaviour in different scenarios. Target audience The training was intended for professional operational fire-fighters and commanders from the DPPI SEE countries (1-2 per country).

    It was attended by representatives of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Romania and Turkey Methodology The training was implemented as a combined structure of theoretical lectures and practical work given and supervised by the licensed teachers and instructors who were trained by the Swedish Rescue Services Agency. The training ‘’Hot Fire Training - module A’’ is proved and signed by the Minister of...

    05.07.2011 to 08.07.2011

    The training was hosted by the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and co-organised in cooperation with the DPPI SEE, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Balkan Institute for Risk Assessment and Emergency Management (BIEM). The training course was organized within the framework of Regional Programme on Disaster Risk Reduction in South Eastern Europe, United Nations Development Programme in Bosnia and Herzegovina, implemented in cooperation with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and European Commission, together with relevant partners from eight IPA funds beneficiaries in SEE (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey and Kosovo under UNSCR 1244/99). The event was attended by representatives of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia as well as by representative of Danish emergency management agency (DEMA).

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