Course Details

EMRG-1331 EOC Planning is designed to familiarize participants with overall operations of the Planning Section within an Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) at the site support level. Information around roles, responsibilities, staffing, situation reporting, advanced planning, recovery planning and demobilization are covered. The course will also provide participants with an opportunity to perform some relevant activities and processes.

This course can be taken either online or face to face:

(requires active student engagement)
This instructor-led online course requires weekly participation and active engagement from students. Group discussion boards, exercises and activities provide the opportunity to engage with your fellow peers in the online Blackboard platform. Completion of these tasks are required to be successful in the course. You will be able to work at your own pace in order to meet the weekly course requirements. Students should be prepared to spend approximately 2.5 hours a week on this course. Students must complete all course requirements prior to the end date of the course. All material is provided within the course.

Face to Face
This interactive two-day course features applied scenarios and activities and provides learners with an opportunity to practice some of the standard activities performed in an EOC. In addition to the scheduled public offerings, this course is available to organizations on a contract basis.

Other Details:
EMRG-1331 is an elective option in the Emergency Management Certificate Program and an elective option in the Emergency Management Exercise Design Program. All Emergency Management Division courses require 100% attendance.


  • EMRG-1320 or ESMS-2300

Course Offerings

Oct 07, 2024 - Oct 28, 2024
EOC Planning
Seats available
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Oct 07, 2024 - Oct 28, 2024
Date Details
Online 2024/10/07 - 2024/10/28
Domestic Tuition
Domestic Learner Services Fee
International Tuition
International Learner Services Fees

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