This course guides students through the process of identifying hazards, assessing risks, analyzing vulnerabilities, and assessing impacts of disasters on communities and their local authorities. The course also looks at sustainable hazard mitigation and the related prioritization and general management of hazards, risks and vulnerabilities. COURSE FORMAT: This interactive two-day course features applied scenarios and activities, and includes a take-home assignment to be returned within one month of completing the class. OTHER INFO: Text books will be provided in class; however students will be required to bring additional course materials such as maps and demographic information with them to class. A detailed list of additional course materials will be emailed to students prior to the class. For more information on these materials, please contact the program representative at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that all Emergency Management Division courses require 100% attendance.
No sections are currently scheduled for this course