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A review of emergency and fire management training available for remote communities in northern Australia based on the views of local inhabitants

TitleA review of emergency and fire management training available for remote communities in northern Australia based on the views of local inhabitants
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsSutton, S
Document Number350
Date Published11/2017
InstitutionBushfire and Natural Hazards CRC
CityMelbourne
Report Number350
Abstract

This report reviews the training preferences for fire and emergency management training for remote communities in northern Australia. It then sets out a framework for development of a new training curriculum based on Skill Sets for north Australian fire management and savanna burning. The report is based on the results of some review of existing materials and consultation with land owners and managers, government agency representatives, Aboriginal Land Councils and Ranger groups as well as academics and VET program developers and trainers.

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