Response + recovery
Building the knowledge, skills, and capabilities of New Zealand emergency management leaders.
|13 February 2023|
|15 May 2023|
|4 September 2023|
|21 November 2022 (Christchurch)*|
|1 May 2023 (Auckland)|
|7 August 2023 (Wellington)|
|13 November 2023 (Christchurch)|
|*Limited places available|
Leadership development programme
This is Aotearoa New Zealand’s only university-accredited emergency management leadership development programme.
It provides professional training for response and recovery leaders across the all-hazards National Security System working at local, regional, and national levels. It meets the specific needs of those currently in leadership roles, as well as those seeking an educational pathway into response and recovery leadership roles.
The programme is made up of two parts:
- Part 1 - a seven-week online interactive course and assessment, and
- Part 2 - a 4.5-day face-to-face course and assessment held at various locations around New Zealand.
Virtual masterclass series
Our highly interactive evidence-based sessions are delivered via Zoom over two 3-hours sessions. They will benefit individuals wanting to learn new tools and build their knowledge and capabilities as an emergency management leader.
Bespoke training options
We offer in-house and virtual learning and development solutions tailored for you and your team.
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 National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA).
Utilising this wealth of expertise, along with international research, and workshops with local, regional, and central government agency stakeholders, RRANZ develops and delivers effective and engaging learning experiences.