We provide emergency shelter to families who have lost their home to disaster, enabling them to rebuild their lives.
Are you looking for a course that has an impact on your career, boosts your team performance, and also helps families hit by disaster?
Our training team equips staff and volunteers with skills they need to succeed, which means reaching more families and transforming more lives.
We’re now opening up this one of a kind training to professionals from all backgrounds. Drawing upon years of experience in building teams that communicate effectively in high-risk environments, we can help you achieve superior results.
Duration: 9am – 4.30pm
Attendees: 15-20 individual per session
Fees: £470.00 + VAT per person (all proceeds support ShelterBox disaster relief efforts)
Location: 40 Bank Street, London E14 5EG
Our disaster response teams need to perform at a high level in the most challenging environments. Watch our Response Team volunteers talking about how our training helped them not only prepare for deployment but also maximise their impact in the workplace.
This unique training day will have an impact at every stage of your career.
Designed for you to join as an individual, or with your whole team, this corporate training day highlights the key attributes of high-performing disaster response teams and shows how these can translate into amazing corporate teams.
The learning will be lead by an experienced ShelterBox trainer, using both theoretical knowledge-based workshops and practical hands-on sessions.
The sessions are designed to maximise the time available to enhance the learning experience of our trainees.
Whether you manage big teams, want to nominate a ‘high-flyer’ in your company, or want to boost your leadership skills, we have something relevant to you.
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