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Have your say on simulation at CFA
Interested in the use of simulation? We need your input into its future at CFA.
The CFA Simulation Strategy Project is working to develop a holistic view of simulation in CFA and identify a future vision and pathway.
Simulation is an important tool for training, exercising, community engagement and operational decision making. CFA currently makes extensive use of simulation in many forms, such as map exercises, burn tables and computer simulation. It is expected that the use of simulation will increase as technology improves and CFA adapts to changes in community expectations and a new emergency management framework.
As part of the CFA Simulation Strategy Project, we have released a short discussion paper to elicit some feedback on issues facing simulation at CFA in the near future.
This paper is accompanied by a short survey asking for your input in shaping the future direction of simulation at CFA. Please take some time to read the paper and respond to they survey.
The survey can be found here.
The discussion paper and background documents can be found here.