e-learning on emergency response for primary and secondary school teachers and students




We are developing the first e-learning platform for primary and secondary school teachers and students on how to respond to the emergencies most likely to occur in EU schools: first aid, fire, terrorist threat, earthquake and toxic cloud.

The e-learning platform will be available here in five languages (English, Danish, Spanish, Estonian and Lithuanian) in August 2020. Meanwhile, if you are interested in learning more about the project development, we invite you to regularly visit this website!

NEWS





A successful start for the School Emergency project

09/11/2018

From 7th to 9th November 2018, the seven partner organisations of the School Emergency project met in Alcalá de Guadaíra (Spain) for our first transnational meeting.

The first day of the meeting began with a warm welcome from Germán Terrón, Councilor from the City Council of Alcalá de Guadaíra. It was followed by an introduction to the background of the project presented by Kim Lintrup, chief fire officer of Frederiksborg Fire and Rescue Service, and Marcelino Sancho, chief fire officer of Alcalá de Guadaíra.

The project partners used this first project meeting to set strong foundations for the work of the partnership. In particular, we worked on the guidelines for the development of the training content and the publication of the training content on the e-learning platform.

The next step will be to finalise the development of the online training content before the second project meeting planned for April 2019.





Second transnational meeting of the School Emergency project

12/04/2019

From 9th to 11th April, the seven partner organisations of the School Emergency project met in Tallinn (Estonia) for their second transnational meeting.

The first day of the meeting began with a warm welcome from Mr. Tauno Suurkivi, Deputy Director General of Estonian Rescue Board. Next, the project partners carried out an evaluation of the e-learning content developed so far and revised the guidelines for the next project activity, the testing of the e-learning platform with primary and secondary school teachers and students from four countries: Denmark, Spain, Estonia and Lithuania.

The next project meeting will take place in Vilnius (Lithuania) in January 2020. During the meeting in Vilnius, the project partners will evaluate the results from the testing and define the improvements to be implemented on the e-learning platform before the final publication.