CONFERENCE SESSIONS/SUBJECTs...

INTRODUCTION:

The C:0RE Risk Conference is designed to provide further (or continuous) education in core or central areas of risk for those undertaking fieldwork, outdoor activities, exploration, running school trips and expeditions. Further to this, we aim to support you post conference with a network of experts to assist you to comply with your Duty of Care. All these sectors have much in common and the conference is aimed at those areas of risk that they have in common. By exchanging ideas, good practice and experience, collectively, all of us will benefit. 

We may have been prevented from delivering face to face conferences in 2020 and 2021, but we will be running virtual, zoom delivered, FREE OF CHARGE  C:ORE Risk Conference lite in 2021 - with a return to face to face, post covid lockdowns conference planned in winter 2022.

2019 FEEDBACK: The 2019 conference was very well attended by leaders in their field from across the UK, mainland Europe, North America and Asia. The feedback was exceptional. Delegates confirmed that they would return, that they wanted the event to be longer and wanted pre and post course certificated short courses - they enjoyed it that much! 

 

CONFERENCE SESSIONS:​ The 2 day, zoom delivered 2021 conference is made up of a number of lectures, panel sessions and workshops that will run in Zoom AS WEBINARS.  In the two days before the conference, we will be running an optional, Royal Geographical Society certificated Off Site Safety Management course (half price to existing C:ORE Risk alumni). 

SPEAKERS AND SUBJECTS:

The 2021 programme: Note - the Conference will run on UK Summer time - which is GMT + 1.

If you want to check of what time it is in the UK, pleaser click this link: https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/uk/london

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Speakers:

Shane Winser - Royal Geographical Society.

Dr. Loel Collins - academic, outdoor practitioner, thought leader. Specialism in critical incident decision making.

Dr. Nathan Smith - Psychology Lecturer with specialism in remote area operations and performance.

Spike Green - Water safety expert at Plas y Brenin and subject matter expert in Water Safety for Expedition Leaders

Dr. Kate Baecher - Psychologist with extensive expedition experience and expertise in performance of teams in remote areas.

Liz Gray - remote and education sector risk management specialist.

Matthew Davies FRGS - remote area risk management and legal specialist from Remote Area Risk International.

 

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