TEAMS 3.0 presented on the 1.st HEUREKA Stakeholder meeting

TEAMS 3.0 presented on the 1st HEUREKA Stakeholder meeting

TEAMS 3.0 representatives participated at the online HEUREKA Stakeholder meeting (VTC). Monica Linty from CRIMEDIM presented to the participants, the TEAMS project work regarding the training package for Emergency Medical Teams in Europe and neighbouring countries.
The platform of the Civil Protection Knowledge Network – Middle East (HEUREKA) aims to promote the transfer of knowledge between the actors of disaster protection and disaster management and the humanitarian aid organizations in order to improve coordination, cooperation, compatibility and complementarity between the experts and the neighboring countries in the Middle East.

2nd TEAMS 3.0 Consortium Online Meeting

2nd TEAMS 3.0 Consortium Online Meeting

March 16th,  2021

The 2nd consortium meeting took place on Tuesday, March 16, at 2:30 p.m. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic it was held online and was attended by representatives of all partners for presenting and discussing their work and results.

Moreover, members of the GERTNER and KI presented the a scoping review on EMTs operations and standards (KI) and the scoping review on the current EU and Neighbourhood countries disaster risk profile (GERTNER).

The meeting was concluded with a guided discussion around three main questions:

  1. According to the results presented, which are the two most likely scenarios in which EMTs will be involved during their response in the next future?
  2. How many exercises (no more than 3) we should add to the current training package?
  3. Which do you think should be the content of these exercises?

While meeting on-line offers a good opportunity for working together and moving the project forward, we strongly hope that the next TEAMS 3.0 project meeting will take place in person in one of the consortium members’ cities

See the agenda:

Virtual TEAMS 3.0 Kick off

Virtual TEAMS 3.0 Kick off

Virtual TEAMS 3.0 Kick off

December 21st,  2020

Because of the Covid 19 pandemic, the kick-off meeting of the TEAMS 3.0 project could not take place in Italy, but virtually.

During the meeting the following points were discussed:
  • Short introduction of each partner and roles in the project
  • Presentation of the project and its objectives
  • Definition of the tasks, deadlines and tasks leaders
  • Administrative and financial guidelines

Click the image below to see the kick-off meeting presentation:

TEAMS 2.0 Final Event

TEAMS 2.0 Final Event

Novara (Italy), 17 December 2019

A final conference was held in Novara (Italy) at the end of the project.
This event summarised the project activities and presented the key results of the project.

The event was livestreamed using CRIMEDIM Facebook page reaching more than 200 attendees.

TEAMS 2.0 Pilot Training – Turkey

TEAMS 2.0 Pilot Training - Turkey

Istambul – Turkey, 22 – 25 October 2019

The pilot trainings in Turkey was successfully organized and delivered by the new trainers from IMU/UMKE, respectively, and were well received by the participants. Positive feedback included remarks on the use of different methods of delivery to the meet different learners needs and ensure that the material was able to be transferred into real life scenarios through well thought scenarios and group exercises. The new trainers were able to effectively deliver the TEAMS training and highlighted the effectiveness of the pilot ToT, both the e-learning (The Trainer’s Compass) and the face-to-face session in Novara, to equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to deliver the TEAMS training.

TEAMS 2.0 Pilot Training

TEAMS 2.0 Pilot Training

Irsee – Germany, 16 – 19 September 2019

The pilot trainings in Germany was successfully organized and delivered by the new trainers from Humedica and was well received by the participants. Positive feedback included remarks on the use of different methods of delivery to the meet different learners needs and ensure that the material was able to be transferred into real life scenarios through well thought scenarios and group exercises. The new trainers were able to effectively deliver the TEAMS training and highlighted the effectiveness of the pilot ToT, both the e-learning (The Trainer’s Compass) and the face-to-face session in Novara, to equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to deliver the TEAMS training.

TEAMS ToT in Novara

TEAMS ToT in Novara

25 – 26 June 2019

The first pilot Training of Trainers was successfully organized and delivered in Italy with the aim to train novice training managers from Humedica and IMU/UMKE on how to effectively use the TEAMS training package using an innovative blended learning curriculum composed of e-learning modules and face-to-face workshops focused on ToT learning activities. It is now available at no cost through the integrated platform (The Trainer’s Compass).

TEAMS project Consortium – FINAL EVENT

TEAMS project Consortium - FINAL EVENT

The TEAMS project Consortium invite you to the FINAL EVENT of the TEAMS project that will take place on December 5th 2018. The event is hosted by Manchester University and starts at 17:30 (UK Time) and lasts until 18:45.

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Please find below the meeting agenda:

17.30: Welcome & brief history of EMT – Tony Redmond (HCRI)
17.35: Introduction to the TEAMS Project – Luca Ragazzoni (CRIMEDIM)
17.45: Development of the Curriculum Framework – Adele Aubrey (HCRI)
17.55: Description of the Training Package – Nieves Amat Camacho (KI) (recorded video)
18.05: Pilot Training in Germany – Sandra Oefele (HUM)
18.15: Pilot Training in Turkey – Kurtulus Aciksari (IMU) (recorded video)
18.25: Evaluation the TEAMS Training Package – Moran Bodas (TAU) )
18.35: TEAMS 2.0: The Training of the Trainer Curriculum Framework – Darren Walter (HCRI)
18.45: Closing remarks – Tony Redmond (HCRI) / Luca Ragazzoni (CRIMEDIM)