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CARAD, in partnership with the Department of Fire and Emergency Services, Australian Red Cross and the Department of Heath WA is running free Disaster Preparedness Training.

The Disaster Resilience Project is an educational program that helps asylum seeker and refugee communities develop their knowledge, skills and awareness about disasters and emergencies that can affect the Australian community.

This training will be run by experts in the field who have years of experience in disaster response. Participants will learn about disasters, how to identify potential hazards, create an effective emergency response plan, and take swift and effective action when disaster strikes.

The training is accessible and practical for everyone regardless of their age, gender, background, and their knowledge of English. Participants are encouraged to attend two sessions, and can attend either in person or online.

We are able to offer this lifesaving training to the community thanks to the generous support of the Office of Multicultural Interests (OMI). 

For more information, including session dates and locations, download the flyers below in your language of choice. 


Ehsan Nazamyar
Telephone 9227 73 22
Telephone 0481 896 575



Online or Face-to-face options
Page reviewed 20 October 2020