e-learning platform for firefighters on emergency planning and response when involving individuals with disabilities
We are developing the first open and multilingual e-learning platform for firefighters on emergency planning and response when involving individuals with disabilities.
This e-learning platform will be available here in five languages (English, Danish, Finnish, Slovenian and Spanish) in May 2022. Meanwhile, if you are interested in learning more about this project, we invite you to regularly visit this website.
On 30th September and 1st October, the partners of the ‘Inclusive Emergency’ project met in Turku (Finland).
In this meeting, the delegates from the eight partner organisations evaluated the feedback from the firefighters from four countries who have been testing the e-learning platform during the last months. Based on their feedback, the project partners defined the improvements to be implemented on the e-learning platform before its final publication in five languages (English, Danish, Finnish, Slovenian and Spanish) in May 2022.
On October 6th and 7th, 2020, the partners of the ‘Inclusive Emergency’ project met online to follow-up the project development and to plan the next project activities.
The project partners are now testing the e-learning platform with firefighters from four countries to assess how effective it is in delivering the target learning outcomes. Based on the testing results, the project partners will implement the necessary improvements before the final publication of the e-learning platform, in March 2022.
From 3rd to 5th December 2019, the kickoff meeting of the European project ‘Inclusive Emergency’ took place in Alcala de Guadaira (Spain). Disability experts and firefighters from four countries -Denmark, Spain, Finland and Slovenia- participated in the meeting.
In this first meeting of the project, the delegates from the eight partner organisations established the guidelines for the development of the e-learning platform, reviewed the programme of work for the next thirty months of the project and distributed the tasks according to each partner expertise. The delegates also had the opportunity to visit the local fire station and to learn more about Alcala de Guadaira Fire and Rescue Service.