Firey Women - Angaston

15 Sep 2019 09:00 - 16:00


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The award winning Firey Women workshops provide women with a safe non-threatening environment to learn new skills to help protect their families and livelihoods.  The workshops cover both information and practical sessions over two days.

This is a two day workshop, so attendance is required on both days to achieve full workshop benefit.  

Firey Women SideBar GraphicWorkshop topics include:

  • Preparing yourself emotionally
  • Understanding Fire Danger Ratings and warnings
  • Discussing the differences between a "leave early" and a "stay and defend" plan
  • Preparing a Bushfire Survival Plan
  • Identifying hazards around the home
  • Operating pumps and firefighting equipment
  • Understanding bushfire behaviour

Workshop sessions:

Firey Women can be run as a two day workshop, or over four evenings, depending on the needs of the community and are offered between May and September each year.

When:

Sunday 8 and Sunday 15 September
9am - 4pm

Where:

Angaston CFS Station
12-14 Neldner Avenue, Angaston

For further information please contact Kelly McMiles on 0457 101 696, or email kelly.mcmiles3.sa.gov.au