EMRG-1121 HRVA Course Details: Using a selection of tools, this course guides learners through the process of identifying hazards, evaluating risks, assessing vulnerabilities and resilience, and assessing impacts of potential disasters on communities and organizations. This course also discusses hazard mitigation, resilience plans, community engagement, and continuous improvement.
Instructor-Led Online Offering (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 3.5 hours a week on this course. Students must complete all course requirements prior to the end date of the course. Students can access their online courses through myJIBC.ca (courses will be available on the start date of the course.)
Face to Face In a classroom setting, this course is offered over two days. In addition to the scheduled public offerings, this course is available to organizations on a contract basis. For more information, contact the Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Other Details: EMRG-1121 is a required course in the Associate Certificate in Emergency Management.
All Emergency Management Division courses require 100% attendance.
- Complete EMRG-1100