cja375 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Emergency Management Response, Intelligence, Planning, Logistics, Recovery
- Identify required responses by emergency management personnel.
- Examine mitigation and recovery components.
- Identify required roles of logistics, planning, and finances.
Emergency Management Leadership, Public Relations, Training
- Discuss emergency management training.
- Outline media approaches involving emergency management and crisis.
- Examine emergency management leadership theories.
- Discuss dealing with the public in emergency management.
Emergency Management Roles, Structure, Command, Decision Making
- Detail decision making strategies in unstructured environments.
- Detail roles within structured command.
- Examine crisis response objectives.
Emergency Management Theories, Laws, and Organizations
- Summarize the emergence and impact of emergency management.
- Identify laws and related emergency management authorities for organizations.
- Outline terms related to emergency management.
Interoperability, Communication, and Infrastructure
- Examine the concept of interoperability and multi-agency emergency preparedness.
- Examine interagency communication approaches.
- Detail interagency communication infrastructure needs.
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