Response 

 + recovery 

 Leadership 

 development 

Upcoming Tier 1 courses dates

Note: Part 1 courses include a 1-hour Zoom meeting each Wednesday. Part 1 must be completed before undertaking Part 2. Locations for Part 2 will be advised in due course.

17 August 2020
5 October 2020
22 February 2021
3 May 2021
16 August 2021
4 October 2021
23 November 2020
15 February 2021
19 April 2021
2 August 2021
22 November 2021

Want to improve your response and recovery leadership capability?

Matatū Mataora Aotearoa - Response & Recovery Aotearoa New Zealand (RRANZ) has developed a programme for those in response and recovery leadership roles to build their knowledge, skills, and capabilities necessary to carry out their roles effectively in all contexts.

Professional response and recovery leadership training

This programme provides professional leadership training for response and recovery leaders across the all-hazards National Security System working at local, regional, and national levels.

It is designed to meet the specific needs of those currently in leadership roles, as well as providing an educational pathway for those entering into response and recovery leadership roles.

There are two levels of training - an intermediate level to build common response and recovery capabilities, and an advanced level to further develop these capabilities, and provide specialised training for separate response and recovery leadership roles.

The programme includes a self-paced part-time online learning component followed by a 1-week face-to-face training held at various locations around New Zealand.

Training developed and delivered by response and recovery experts

RRANZ is a professional development consortium of universities, iwi, private training providers, and subject matter experts in response and recovery leadership. The consortium is led by Massey University in strategic partnership with the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Utilising this wealth of expertise, along with international research, and workshops with local, regional and central government agency stakeholders, RRANZ have developed a framework outlining the capabilities expected in leaders within response and recovery. This forms the basis of the programme.