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Communicating in Recovery Pre-Course Work . Pre-course work. Welcome! . The pre-course work will take about 45 minutes. You will need: A copy of the guide - use your hard copy - or open the PDF on the right side of this website

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Communicating in recovery pre course work

Communicating in RecoveryPre-Course Work


Pre course work

Pre-course work

Welcome!

  • The pre-course work will take about 45 minutes. You will need:

  • A copy of the guide

    • - use your hard copy

    • - or open the PDF on the right side of this website

  • Take notes in your book, or on note paper, and bring to the workshop


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Pre-course work

Welcome!

  • There are four activities in the pre-course work


Objectives

Objectives

This course aims to:

  • Raise awareness of recovery and different recovery audiences

  • Enable you to communicate more effectively post-emergency

  • Familiariseyou with the Communicating in Recovery guide

  • Help you apply a range of different communications skills to your recovery work

  • Build your confidence in this subject area

  • Build your recovery contacts and provide opportunities to network

  • Provide practical tips to take back to your workplace (compile a take-away list of things to follow up or reflect on)


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Pre-course work

Section 1

  • Read pages 12 – 15

    • An introduction to recovery communications


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Pre-course work

Section 1

  • Now you have some general information

  • The guide is based on three rules

  • Read pages 16 – 17


Recovery communications

Recovery Communications

Page 16 -17


Principles of recovery communications

Principles of Recovery Communications

Page 18-19


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Pre-course work

Section 2

  • Read pages 18 – 19, Principles of Communicating in Recovery

  • Choose three principles which stand out for you as most important or relevant


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Pre-course work

Section 3

  • Watch the video of Marysville residents

  • Choose one thing that stands out for you in the video, particularly around how the disaster affected their ability to receive information


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Pre-course work

Section 3

  • Read pages 20 – 22

  • This explores the psychological and physical challenges you may face when communicating after emergencies


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Pre-course work

Section 4

Read page 28 about building a feedback loop

  • Here are four images

  • You need to answer two questions about each image:

    1. What might their needs or priorities be at this time?

    2. What might you need to consider before communicating with them?


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Pre-course work

Section 4

  • Image 1

  • What might his needs or priorities be at this time?

  • What might you need to consider before communicating with him?


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Pre-course work

Section 4

  • Image 2

  • What might their needs or priorities be at this time?

  • What might you need to consider before communicating with them?


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Pre-course work

Section 4

  • Image 3

  • What might their needs or priorities be at this time?

  • What might you need to consider before communicating with them?


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Pre-course work

Section 4

  • Image 4

  • What might their needs or priorities be at this time?

  • What might you need to consider before communicating with them?


Summary

Summary

Conclusion

  • That concludes the pre-course work

  • Let’s recap!


Summary1

Summary

Section 1

  • Introduction to recovery communications (pages 12 – 15)

  • Access to quality information can have a profound effect on the resilience and recovery of people

  • Three rules to recovery communications (pages 16 – 17)

  • Remember - relevant, clear and targeted


Summary2

Summary

Section 2

  • Principles of Communicating in Recovery (pages 18 – 19)

  • Which three principles are most relevant to your work?

Section 3

  • Psychological impacts (video + pages 20 – 22)

  • Write down two examples of the effects of the disaster


Summary3

Summary

Section 4

  • Building feedback loops (page 28)

  • You have seen four images

  • You have answered two questions for each image


Thank you

Thank you!

  • If you have further questions, please contact the Red Cross representative in your state.

  • See you at the workshop!


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