We will be hosting our second Q&A webinar for UPLOADS users, and those interested in registering their organisation to use the app on Friday 28th September from 2-3 pm (AEST). The topic for the session will be “Adding users, activities and custom fields,” however participants are free to ask any questions that they might have.
A list of Frequently Asked Questions has been posted to the website.
To register for the Q&A webinar, please click here.
Following the launch of the new UPLOADS App last week, we have scheduled weekly Q&A video conference sessions that users can register to join here (you can register for one, or many sessions).
The topic of the first session, scheduled for Friday 21 September from 2-3 pm (AEST) will be “Setting up your UPLOADS Account“. Participants will be guided through the registration process and shown how to set up their organisations account, and are welcome to raise any other questions that they may have during that time.
Topics for subsequent sessions will be advertised in due course. If there is anything in particular that you would like for us to cover, please contact the UPLOADS Team.
The new UPLOADS App was officially launched via webinar on Friday 14th of September. For those unable to participate, a recording of the launch is now available.
If you would like to register to use the new UPLOADS App, please click here.
You can also participate in weekly Q&A video-conference sessions with the UPLOADS team for the next four weeks (Friday’s from 2-3 pm). To register, please click here.
Thank you to everyone that participated in the webinar launch of the new UPLOADS App on Friday afternoon. It was great to have your support!
A video recording of the webinar, including the questions and answers covered at the end, will be made available on this page this week.
The App is now live, so if you would like to register to use it in your organisation, you can do so here: app.uploadsproject.org
We will be holding weekly Q&A video-conferences on Friday from 2-3 pm for the next four weeks (21 and 28 September, and 5 and 12 October). New users are encouraged to participate to ask any questions that they may have, as well as to learn from the experiences of others. You can also access our training materials, or contact the UPLOADS Team with any questions.
To register for the Q&A sessions, please click here (note you can register to attend one, or all sessions using this link).
Don’t forget to register for the webinar launch of the new UPLOADS App!
The launch is scheduled for tomorrow afternoon (Friday 14th September) at 2:00 pm, and will be hosted by Clare Dallat and Gabrielle Darroch from the Outdoor Education Group, and Mark Brackenreg from Outdoors New South Wales.
Participants will be provided with an overview of the applications features, a demonstration on how to use it, and there will be an opportunity to ask plenty of questions.
To register to join the launch, please click here.
We hope to see you there!
The UPLOADS Team are very pleased to have been awarded the Impacting Practice Award at the 20th International Ergonomics Association Congress in Florence this week.
It is great to see the UPLOADS project being recognised! We hope that the work continues to have real world impact as we move in to the next stage.
You can participate
We are now recruiting LOA organisations to use the new UPLOADS App to record incident reports, LOA participation data and action plans to address identified problems. If your organisation would like to participate, please contact us.
Clare Dallat, our incredible HDR student (who is in the final stages of thesis examination) and Executive Director of Research and Innovation, and Director of Risk Resolve at the Outdoor Education Group has been named the very deserving winner of the 2018 Charles (Reb) Gregg Wilderness Risk Management Award!
The award is presented annually at the Wilderness Risk Management Conference and recognises an individual who has made significant contributions in risk management to the outdoor education and adventure profession.
Clare is an educator, program administrator, and student of risk management. Originally from Ireland, she works primarily in Australia and has presented academic research all over the world. Among other projects, she is working to understand why incidents happen and develop evidenced-based staff training curriculum to reduce incidents.
Clare will be travelling to Portland, Oregon to accept her award on Wednesday 3 October.