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County Council selects Brightwave for emergency response training

West Sussex County Council has selected Brightwave to design and deliver its online emergency response training.

The new e-learning course is designed to ensure that all staff have an awareness of the County Council's emergency responsibilities. It will explain why the Council must be able to respond to emergencies as well as provide information about the other agencies involved in emergency response in West Sussex. It will also highlight the roles of individual service groups in the overall corporate emergency response.

Damien Adams, head of emergency planning at West Sussex County Council, said: "As an organisation we have a large amount of employees who work in a wide range of functions and are highly diverse. We have around 2,000 new starters each year. Emergency response is relevant to each and every one of our employees and with Brightwave's help we can ensure that the course is relevant and accessible for everyone."

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