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Educational Resources

Ipswich City Council is dedicated to providing our community with a broad range of information that promotes and enables residents, including the most vulnerable, to be aware of, prepare for, remain safe during, and move forward after, a disaster or emergency. One way we do this is through a range of outreach activities.

Community outreach

Get in touch with our Emergency Management Unit to discuss how we can help prepare and build the resilience of your community through one of the following:

  • Annual summer storm and flood safety poster competition: Get Ready Queensland Council initiative for children of primary school age. Read about the 2018 winners in our Ipswich First article
  • Emergency management information sessions: tailored to suit most audiences of the Ipswich community, e.g. primary school students, resident meetings, aged care facility operators, community-of-practice/ professional associations, workplaces
  • Emergency management showcase: an information stand accompanied by Council personnel. Suitable for events such as fetes, expos, street fairs
  • Keynote presentations: invite a member of Council's Emergency Management Unit to speak at your next conference, workshop or forum.
  • Business continuity planning: suitable for Ipswich-based businesses seeking to increase their preparedness for. and capacity to operate during and after, disaster events or emergencies

Resources

  • Get Ready Queensland Chatterbox
  • Get Ready Queensland Colouring Sheets
  • Ipswich City Council TV: suite of short emergency management videos on Council's YouTube channel
  • Natural Hazards School Engagement Program (in development): self-organised in-class activities to engage students from Prep to Year 6 to learn about the natural hazards and the emergency responses considered to them. The booklet links to the Australian Curriculum for key Science, Humanities and Social Sciences (Geography, History), English, the Arts, Health and Physical Education learning areas, as well as parts of the Australian Sustainability Curriculum.
  • Picture Ipswich: a digital archive of images from around the local government area. This Ipswich Libraries initiative includes picture trails (or categories) on floods, accidents and disasters, as well as a range of other topics such as people, military, places, houses, home movies, sport and recreation, business and industry, and the environment.

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