2021 WEBINARS CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Gain knowledge from industry experts in five 90-minute sessions.
Featuring representatives from CSIRO, CFA, Flinders University, University of Melbourne, University of Wollongong, La Trobe University, and clinical psychologist Dr Rob Gordon
You have the opportunity to send questions before each session or ask our subject matter experts live during Q&A.

When you register we’ll also send you a link to the recording.
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WEBINAR 1

Reduce your house and property risk

7.30pm Wednesday 21 July
Justin Leonard, CSIRO
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WEBINAR 2

Get water ready: tanks, pumps and sprinklers

7.30pm Wednesday 4 August
Justin Leonard, CSIRO
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WEBINAR 3

Your physical and emotional preparation

7.30pm Thursday 19 August
Danielle Clode, Flinders University
Rob Gordon, Clinical Psychologist
Jim McLennan, La Trobe University
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WEBINAR 4

Triggers to take action

7.30pm Wednesday 1 September
Kevin Tolhurst AM, University of Melbourne
Katharine Haynes, University of Wollongong
Danielle Clode, resident, Smiths Gully, Black Saturday 2009 and Adelaide Hills 2021
Raphaele Blanchi, CSIRO
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WEBINAR 5

Your sheltering options

7.30pm Wednesday 15 September
Raphaele Blanchi, CSIRO
Raphael leads CSIRO’s bushfire adaptation team. Her principal interest is understanding and reducing the risk of bushfires to communities and infrastructure. She has been involved in post major bushfire survey data collection and analysis, and led the investigation into the circumstances and challenges experienced by residents when sheltering during the Black Saturday bushfires.
Katharine Haynes, University of Wollongong
Katharine has conducted a number of post-fire investigations involving in-depth interviews with residents following the 2009 Black Saturday and the 2019-2020 Black Summer fires. She has a special interest in participatory and action research as a means for understanding and enhancing community-based adaptation and risk reduction.
Chloe Begg, CFg
A social scientist with 10-years’ experience researching the implications of emergency management policy and practice on individual and community risk perceptions and resilience, Chloe is currently working in CFA’s Research and Development team.
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