emc330 | undergraduate
Political And Policy Issues For Emergency Management
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Examine the general contract principles supporting different types of emergency operations.
- Identify legal issues that affect the function of emergency management agencies.
- Describe the effect of legislation on emergency management funding and operations.
- Identify compliance and licensing requirements for emergency management agencies and staff.
- Explain the role of accreditation agencies and their impact on the delivery of emergency management services.
- Describe legal and regulatory factors that influence the scope of emergency management delivery.
Issues and Trends
- Discuss current policy challenges and opportunities in emergency management.
- Describe approaches to expand professional and personal industry involvement.
Political and Policy Process
- Explain the influence of political and advocacy groups on policy.
- Describe the development of health care policy as it relates to emergency management.
- Describe the roles of stakeholders in the policy process.
The Legislative Process
- Describe the government entities and elements of the legislative process.
- Discuss the effects of enacted legislation on emergency management.
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