Managing the Response and Recovery

EMGT2360

  • Requisites: Co-Requisite: EMGT2330. Pre-Requisites: EMGT1210, EMGT1240, EMGT1250.
  • Course Equivalencies: EMD301, EMGT1150
  • Open Studies: Not Available
  • Credits: 3.00

Emergency and disaster events require that first responders, stakeholders and supporting personnel operate in a synergistic way to achieve the desired outcomes from the event. Having a common organizational structure within which to operate, with clearly defined roles, hierarchical structure and communication mechanisms, is essential to ensure an effective and coordinated response and recovery. Students will explore various incident management systems (IMS) and structures that currently exist to gain an understanding of how they can be used to facilitate the efforts during response and recovery. This course will provide students with an understanding of the prevalent systems used across North America and the international disaster and emergency management (EM) community.

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Upcoming Sessions

Class Section Dates
21879 O01 Jan. 06 - Apr. 24, 2020
Delivery Status
Online Open

Notes:

Class Section Dates
12507 O01 Sep. 08 - Dec. 18, 2020
Delivery Status
Online Full

Notes: All of your course activity is done online and there is no requirement to be on campus.

Class Section Dates
22485 O01 Jan. 06 - Apr. 23, 2021
Delivery Status
Online Open

Notes: All of your course activity is done online and there is no requirement to be on campus.