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Introduction to Emergency Planning and Preparedness

Coventry University via FutureLearn

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Explore the key steps in emergency planning

When preparing a community for an incident, creating plans for identified risks and implementing mitigation measures is key.

Responding to a fire is different to responding to a flood. Different actions and different resources are needed for each of these scenarios.

This course will introduce you to some of the key concepts of emergency planning. You will explore the relationship between the type of emergency and the type of response in order to understand how these dependencies shape the emergency plan.

Anybody with an interest in emergency planning and preparedness. If you’re looking to study the full MSc Emergency Planning Management and Resilience degree, or are working in or planning a career in the emergency planning and preparedness world, this course is for you.

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Terry Waller

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Abraham M
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by Abraham is taking this course right now, spending 2 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.
I have got a chance to work with internally displaced people /IDP/ and refugee, the program will help me to have capacity to design the plan easily.
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