Calling all disaster response planners

Royal Roads University looking for people interested in pursuing a career in disaster and emergency management.

Royal Roads University is presenting a free webinar Wednesday, Aug. 5 for people interested in pursuing a graduate diploma (one-year program) or Master of Arts (two-year) in disaster and emergency management.

The online discussion, hosted by Royal Roads education advisor Duncan Lowrie and program head Robin Cox, is a one-hour webinar that runs from noon to 1 p.m.

Information will be provided about the programs, the application requirements and the Royal Roads student experience.

Interested individuals can register or find more information about this RRU event online by visiting bit.ly/1D9oxJF.

Registration is encouraged even for those interested parties unable to attend.

The session will be recorded and a link to the video will be sent to all who sign up.

editor@goldstreamgazette.com

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