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Training and Development in the Emergency Services

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Training and Development in the Emergency Services
Training and Development in the Emergency Services

Training and Development in the Emergency Services

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Learners deserve training that promotes active learning and successfully prepares them for the roles they are to undertake. We believe the people who can best facilitate this training are those who are passionate and experienced, who challenge and inspire. This means ensuring trainers and assessors have access to support and development that promotes their own thinking and learning! These podcasts shine a light on people from within the Public Safety Sector who have ideas and stories that may support, challenge and inspire others to continue being passionate trainers and life long learners.

Latest Episodes

Episode 2 – What Do You Think About the East/West Divide? – Greg Newton

https://brioconsulting.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/2-EastWest-Divide-Greg-Newton.mp3 About our Guest: In this episode we are talking to Greg Newton –Deputy Commissioner NSW SES.Having initially trained as a History and English high school teacher, Greg has previously worked as an Executive Teacher in ACT schools before being employed at a seniorlevel in the ACT Department of Justice and Community Safety. Since the age of 17 he also served as a NSW SESvolunteerwith the Queanbeyan SES Unit, with five years as aLocal Controller. During his 23 years as a volunteer, Greg was involved in most of the major emergency operations the Service responded to, notably the 1999 Sydney Hailstorm, Thredbo Landslide, Canberra Bushfires and the 2007 Hunter Storms. He was also deployed to support Victoria after the 2009 bushfires. In 2010 Greg joined the staff of NSW SES as an Assistant Commissioner and was appointed Deputy Commissioner in May 2015. As Assistant Commissioner he filled the roles o...

38 MIN2017 AUG 9
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Episode 2 – What Do You Think About the East/West Divide? – Greg Newton

Episode 1 – Maintaining Your Passion and Enthusiasm – David King

RECORDING WITHDRAWN – contactus@brioconsulting.com.au for information About our Guest: In this episode we are talking to David King – a long-time volunteer of both the NSW SES and NSW RFS with over 40 years experience in the Public Safety sector. Starting out as a 17 year old member at Gosford SES unit, he currently serves as a Deputy Local Controller of Hawkesbury SES, a volunteer with Tennyson RFS and works as a full time Learning and Development Officer for the NSW RFS Remote Area Firefighting and Special Operations Sections. David was awarded the NESTOC 2012 National Emergency Services Training Award and an Emergency Services Medal as part of the 2015 Queen’s Birthday honours. The award recognised his service in authoring numerous training resources and publications for the state’s vertical rescue, road crash, flood rescue, operational driving and large animal rescue operations. He is still an active General Land Rescue team member. Those who have worked with Dave are amazed...

39 MIN2017 AUG 3
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Episode 1 – Maintaining Your Passion and Enthusiasm – David King

Episode Zero – Welcome!

https://brioconsulting.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/0-Welcome.mp3 This is just a quick episode to say hi. This is my first chance for podcasting, so it’s both exciting and honestly a bit terrifying. But, I strongly believe in lifelong learning and that the best learning happens just outside my comfort zone. Exciting and a little nervous – sounds like I’m in the zone! So I am hoping this will be as of much benefit to me as it is professional development and enjoyment for listeners. You see… I recently had a bit of an ‘aha’ moment. To really share the knowledge, build the community and help the most number of trainers and assessors in our sector, it’s going to have to be a bit more of a broadcast. I looked online – I couldn’t find much about training and assessing in general, less for Australia, and had no luck for the VET sector and emergency services. So, here we are! Luckily the people involved in our sector are generous with their time and knowledge. Each episode of ...

3 MIN2017 JUL 19
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Episode Zero – Welcome!
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Latest Episodes

Episode 2 – What Do You Think About the East/West Divide? – Greg Newton

https://brioconsulting.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/2-EastWest-Divide-Greg-Newton.mp3 About our Guest: In this episode we are talking to Greg Newton –Deputy Commissioner NSW SES.Having initially trained as a History and English high school teacher, Greg has previously worked as an Executive Teacher in ACT schools before being employed at a seniorlevel in the ACT Department of Justice and Community Safety. Since the age of 17 he also served as a NSW SESvolunteerwith the Queanbeyan SES Unit, with five years as aLocal Controller. During his 23 years as a volunteer, Greg was involved in most of the major emergency operations the Service responded to, notably the 1999 Sydney Hailstorm, Thredbo Landslide, Canberra Bushfires and the 2007 Hunter Storms. He was also deployed to support Victoria after the 2009 bushfires. In 2010 Greg joined the staff of NSW SES as an Assistant Commissioner and was appointed Deputy Commissioner in May 2015. As Assistant Commissioner he filled the roles o...

38 MIN2017 AUG 9
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Episode 2 – What Do You Think About the East/West Divide? – Greg Newton

Episode 1 – Maintaining Your Passion and Enthusiasm – David King

RECORDING WITHDRAWN – contactus@brioconsulting.com.au for information About our Guest: In this episode we are talking to David King – a long-time volunteer of both the NSW SES and NSW RFS with over 40 years experience in the Public Safety sector. Starting out as a 17 year old member at Gosford SES unit, he currently serves as a Deputy Local Controller of Hawkesbury SES, a volunteer with Tennyson RFS and works as a full time Learning and Development Officer for the NSW RFS Remote Area Firefighting and Special Operations Sections. David was awarded the NESTOC 2012 National Emergency Services Training Award and an Emergency Services Medal as part of the 2015 Queen’s Birthday honours. The award recognised his service in authoring numerous training resources and publications for the state’s vertical rescue, road crash, flood rescue, operational driving and large animal rescue operations. He is still an active General Land Rescue team member. Those who have worked with Dave are amazed...

39 MIN2017 AUG 3
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Episode 1 – Maintaining Your Passion and Enthusiasm – David King

Episode Zero – Welcome!

https://brioconsulting.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/0-Welcome.mp3 This is just a quick episode to say hi. This is my first chance for podcasting, so it’s both exciting and honestly a bit terrifying. But, I strongly believe in lifelong learning and that the best learning happens just outside my comfort zone. Exciting and a little nervous – sounds like I’m in the zone! So I am hoping this will be as of much benefit to me as it is professional development and enjoyment for listeners. You see… I recently had a bit of an ‘aha’ moment. To really share the knowledge, build the community and help the most number of trainers and assessors in our sector, it’s going to have to be a bit more of a broadcast. I looked online – I couldn’t find much about training and assessing in general, less for Australia, and had no luck for the VET sector and emergency services. So, here we are! Luckily the people involved in our sector are generous with their time and knowledge. Each episode of ...

3 MIN2017 JUL 19
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Episode Zero – Welcome!
the END
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