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Interagency Communication

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This course explores the relationships across all internal and external areas and levels of government regarding effective emergency management. Students examine the required planning, response, recovery, and mitigation components that government agencies must consider. Network management theories, inter-organizational communication, and potential collaboration models are explored.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Emergency Management Response, Intelligence, Planning, Logistics, Recovery

    • Identify required roles of logistics, planning, and finances.
    • Identify required responses by emergency management personnel.
    • Examine mitigation and recovery components.

    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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