The Disaster Management Course is designed to provide participants with comprehensive knowledge and practical skills to effectively handle and respond to various types of disasters. This course equips individuals with the necessary tools and strategies to mitigate risks, plan for emergencies, and coordinate response efforts.
Firstly, the course objectives:
At the end of this course, the trainee is expected to be able to
-Planning crisis management strategies
-Controlling and minimizing the negative impacts of crises
-Making informed decisions and analyzing information
-Establishing and structuring operational centers for crisis control
Secondly, the course content covers:
-Methods and techniques for crisis analysis and response
-Crisis containment and mitigation strategies
-Organizing and structuring operational centers
-Developing crisis management scenarios
Experience practical training through interactive workshops:
Including real-life crisis management simulations.
45 hours (40 hours theory / 5 hours practical)
Available offline or online.
-Medical Sector: Doctors, nurses, paramedics, and healthcare administrators involved in hospitals, clinics, and emergency medical services.
-Engineering Sector: Engineers, architects, and construction professionals engaged in infrastructure development, building design, and disaster-resistant construction projects.
– Petroleum Industry: Employees in the petroleum and oil sector involved in exploration, production, refining, and transportation, as well as personnel responsible for safety and emergency response.