CRN Building Risk Communication Skills Training

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College of Charleston North Campus

3800 Paramount Drive

North Charleston, SC 29405

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This workshop is sponsored by College of Charleston/Lowcountry Hazards Center, The Charleston Resilience Network, and NOAA.

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Date: Wednesday, December 6th
Time: 8:30am-4:30pm **REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST BEGINS AT 8:00AM**
Address: 3800 Paramount Drive, North Charleston, SC 29405 (College of Charleston's North Campus)

Continuing Education Credits: APA/AICP

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Many communities struggle with how to prepare for hazards. It can be difficult to talk about vulnerability to hazards, and it can be even more difficult to keep people engaged and motivated to take action. This training provides insights into how and why people respond to risk, and helps participants develop new skills to better connect with a variety of audiences. Understanding and connecting with an audience’s diverse values and concerns can lead to a higher level of community engagement and can help motivate action to reduce risk.

You can find out a little more about the training at the following url:

https://coast.noaa.gov/digitalcoast/training/building-risk-communication-skills.html



***Light breakfast and Lunch will be provided!***

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College of Charleston North Campus

3800 Paramount Drive

North Charleston, SC 29405

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Organizer Charleston Resilience Network

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The Charleston Resilience Network (CRN) is a collaboration of public, private and non-profit organizations working to promote a unified regional strategy and provide a forum to share science-based information, educate stakeholders, and enhance long-term planning decisions that result in resilience. Visit us at: www.CharlestonResilience.net



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