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Développer l’observation des exercices pour la formation des cellules de crise

Abstract : Decision-making organisations having to manage crisis situations need to be trained on an ongoing basis. The simulation helps develop the skills of those involved in crisis management through effective implementation and reflection on the organization of the unit after exercise. In this type of configuration, the part given to observation is little studied, although it allows for discussions during the debriefing. This contribution is based on ongoing research aimed at developing a digital observation tool. It reports two types of action carried out to lead a joint construction of specifications: an exploratory action of comprehensive interviews and a collegial action of discussion of a collective of public actors and researchers. The objective of this contribution is to show an ongoing process to "act together and sustainably". The theoretical inscription of this contribution is anchored in a cooperation between a disciplinary entry and an activity entry. The results highlight the contributions of work analysis to engage public actors in a professional development project. These results allow to discuss the need for a relatively long time to create fruitful relationships and promote the sustainability of a co-constructed approach.
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Mélanie Secheppet, Aurélia Bony-Dandrieux, Philippe Bouillet, Jérôme Tixier. Développer l’observation des exercices pour la formation des cellules de crise. SELF 2022 - 56e congrès SELF Vulnérabilités et risques émergents, Jul 2022, Genève, Suisse. ⟨hal-03678613⟩



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