• 32 years’ experience in Emergency Management specializing in training and education, developing courses and lesson plans, managing large-scale disasters, managing EOC’s, and building community programs.
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  • Worked provincially, federally and internationally, teaching Disaster Management to all levels of government and communities
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  • Conducted various educational seminars, workshops and courses in Disaster Management and Emergency Preparedness in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Alberta, Newfoundland, Nunavut, and the Northwest Territories.
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  • Instructed at the Canadian Emergency Management College in Ottawa (10 years)
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  • Member of the National Emergency Management Training Committee (Manitoba Representative) building Disaster Management curriculum and doctrine currently in use throughout Canada
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  • Chair of the Disaster Management Conference (Manitoba) since 1992
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  • Instructed Exercise Design locally, nationally and internationally
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  • Certified in Incident Command 100-300 levels
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  • Graduate of the Justice Incident of British Columbia: EOC, Exercise Design
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  • Master Level FEMA Exercise Design
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  • International Fellowship in Disaster Management Georgetown University, Washington DC
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  • Lead instructor for Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) Projects in Disaster Management and Emergency Preparedness for the Czech Republic, Ukraine and Hungary
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  • Lead instructor for the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) Project in Disaster Management and Emergency Preparedness for the Philippines
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  • International Visitor Leadership Program designate, studying Disaster Management in the US cities of Washington, New York, Chicago, San Antonio and San Diego
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