Disaster Management Training Courses in Australia

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Disaster Management in Australia




Total 26 training courses and degree programs available in Australia.

Disaster Management and Resilience in the Built Environment

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: School of Architecture and Built Environment, The University of Newcastle, Australia
Venue(s): Newcastle, Australia
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This course examines the impacts on the built environment of natural and human initiated disasters. This is done through the context of investigating the consequences and activities during the short, medium and long-term periods after the occurrence of a disaster. The role of the construction in supporting post disaster reconstruction and making the built environment resilient will be explored.


Objectives

At the completion of the course students will be able to:
- Understand the theory and practice of emergency management
- Apply post-disaster project management principles and practices
- Apply post-disaster mitigation and sustainable re-development measures
- Present written and visual concepts and ideas.


Content

- Overview of emergency or disaster situations and the consequences in the built environment.
- Existing theories and practices in disaster management.
- Existing bodies that manage disaster situations.
- The principles and process of post disaster reconstruction project management, including planning, organising, staffing and controlling a - project management team.
- Stakeholder, knowledge management, communications management.
- Mitigation thorough c... [Read More]

Disaster Management

Course Format: Online / Virtual / E-learning
School/Trainer: GradSchool
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Examines the impacts on the built environment of natural and human initiated disasters and conflicts. The theory, practice, ethics and social responsibility of disaster management is explored in the context of Construction Industry involvement. This is done through the investigation of the resilience of the built environment, consequences and activities during the immediate period after the occurrence of a disaster or conflict.

Objectives On completion of the course students will be able to:

1. Critically evaluate the concept of disaster resilience in the context of the built environment
2. Effectively analyse the impact of disasters or conflicts on physical infrastructure and the built environment
3. Critically evaluate the principles and stages of disaster mitigation, response and reconstruction
4. Judiciously apply strategies within the built environment to reduce risk and mitigate against the effects of a disaster or conflict
5. Critically appraise the need to link reconstruction in the built environment to sustainable development of communities
Content �Introduction: a global and local perspective on disasters
�Understanding hazards, risks and vulnerability
�The disaster management cycle
�The concep... [Read More]

Health Leadership in Disaster Management

Course Format: Online / Virtual / E-learning
School/Trainer: Queensland University of Technology
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The course will include elements on:
system-wide health strategic planning and management for disasters
international, national and local planning
research and educational requirements of the system, and the application of these requirements
legal and financial arrangements in terms of management and principle requirements
strategic leadership principles including community and professional engagement.

Disaster Management (Master Degree)

Course Format: Online / Virtual / E-learning
School/Trainer: PhilaU Online
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The M.S. in Disaster Medicine and Management program was developed to prepare individuals with the knowledge and expertise to manage and develop the increasingly complex disaster management and preparedness requirements of the 21st century.

Recent events have focused the world’s attention on the prevalence of both natural and manmade disasters. The effects of all of these disasters on people, animals, the environment, physical structures and our public infrastructure have been immense. This increased attention to our public safety, emergency medical services (EMS), Emergency Management, and public health systems has created a need for individuals skilled to manage and prepare for new potential disasters. Our distinctive curriculum fully prepares students to become leaders in all areas of disaster and emergency management.

Disaster/Emergency Management

Course Format: Online / Virtual / E-learning
School/Trainer: Skillsoft
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Over the past decade, emergency management and business continuity planning have been recognized as necessary to continued operational success in both the public and private sectors. Key to this was the development and widespread use of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard on Disaster/Emergency Management and Business Continuity Programs (NFPA 1600). The NFPA 1600 standard is a description of the basic criteria for a comprehensive program that addresses disaster recovery, emergency management, and business continuity. NFPA 1600 is considered by many to be an excellent benchmark for continuity and emergency planners in both the public and private sectors. The standard addresses methodologies for defining and identifying risks and vulnerabilities and provides planning guidelines that address stabilizing the restoration of the physical infrastructure, protecting the health and safety of personnel, and crisis communications procedures. This course will provide you with an understanding of the basic criteria for developing a comprehensive program that addresses disaster recovery and emergency management in accordance with the NFPA 1600 standard.

Target Audience
Those involved in public and private disaster management, emergency management, and b... [Read More]

Disaster Response

Course Format: Online / Virtual / E-learning
School/Trainer: DeVry University Online

Students in this course explore various types and phases of disasters, responses that are planned or improvised, and problem avoidance during disasters. Urgent care of disaster victims, search and rescue, dealing with fatalities, and models of overall recovery operations are examined.

Emergency and Disaster Preparedness (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual / E-learning
School/Trainer: Credit Union National Association

In this course, you’ll learn how to:

* List the types of emergencies your credit union may face

•Explain the importance and function of a disaster recovery team
•Describe the basic components of a disaster plan
•Use key procedures for addressing credit union emergencies
•Respond appropriately to emergency situations

Fire Protection and Emergency Management

Course Format: Corporate / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Hennepin Technical College
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For more than 30 years, HTC has provided fire fighter training to dedicated students. Our Associate of Applied Science degree in Fire Science Technology is accredited by the International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC). The Emergency Management/Homeland Security Associate of Applied Science degree prepares students to work in a city, county, or state emergency management program. Completion of federal and state required courses will lead to certification as a Minnesota Emergency Management Director.

HTC also offers a broad range of professional training programs in MINS/ICS National Incident Management System (IS 700), with basic, intermediate, and advanced ICS concepts (IS 100-400) and National Response Plan (IS 800). Fire training include: firefighter I and II, rescue, department drills in fire suppression, prevention and investigation, recruit firefighter academy, leadership and management training, emergency vehicle operations; Spanish for emergency responders; technical rescues and much more.

Emergency Preparedness and Management

Course Format: Online / Virtual / E-learning
School/Trainer: Bellevue University
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This course focuses on the role of emergency management in government, community and organizations. The types of threats and the process of preparing, mitigating, responding and recovering from emergencies and disasters are covered. The importance of continuity of operations to sustain business and operations during natural and manmade disasters are also discussed. Topics include threat assessment, risk analysis, formulating a comprehensive plan, training, coordinating with support agencies, and the actual overall management of an emergency or disaster.

Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Course Format: Online / Virtual / E-learning
School/Trainer: Strayer University
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The Homeland Security and Emergency Management concentration focuses on the nature of and responses to natural disasters, terrorism, and national security. You will learn how to assess public and private security vulnerabilities, ethically conduct security investigations, and propose efficient solutions that consider the potential impact on the infrastructure and resiliency of an environment. Interagency communication and cooperation strategies necessary to implement emergency management or disaster recovery within an environment are also reviewed.

Homeland Security and Emergency Management concentration graduates gain additional competencies applicable to roles such as: private security officer, emergency management specialist, emergency management coordinator, Homeland Security specialist, border security officer, maritime and port security officer, and surveillance specialist.

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