emc340 | undergraduate
Emergency Services And The Community
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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Psychosocial Impact of Disasters
- Explain the role of critical incident stress management in psychological recovery.
- Discuss strategies to reduce the occupational risks associated with emergency response.
- Describe the psychosocial impact of disasters.
Educating the Community
- Perform a community assessment.
- Create a community outreach and preparedness program.
Emergency Preparedness and Emerging Trends
- Explain how a historical analysis of disasters within a community may influence an emergency preparedness plan.
- Explain how technological advances are influencing emergency response.
Community Assessment and Hazard Vulnerability
- Explain how to use various resources to detect and monitor potential threats.
- Describe the relationship between a community assessment and hazard vulnerabilities.
Populations With Special Needs
- Describe management strategies for populations with special needs.
- Identify populations with special needs.
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