Foundations of Emergency Management

February 06, 2017March 10, 2017

This course provides a broad introduction to emergency management as a community of practice and as a profession. Emergency management is a dynamic, multi-phased process that includes prevention, preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery.  Students come away with an understanding of roles, responsibilities, and legal boundaries in emergency management as well as how these relate to the concept of serving the Whole Community.  Other course topics include:

  • Emergency Management Administration and Organization
  • Legal Issues; Technology Support
  • Ethical Decision-making; Stress Management; Collaboration and Managing People
  • Team Building; Influencing Styles and Approaches
  • Intergovernmental/Interagency Contexts
  • The Future of Emergency Management 

The L0101 Foundations in Emergency Management course requires two weeks (80 hours, 10 days) of instruction. It is designed to be an immersive learning experience so that participants have the opportunity to create the connections with colleagues that are so essential to an effective emergency management professional network.

Students interested in the enrolling in the first course of the EMPP Basic Academy, L0101 Foundations of Emergency Management, should complete this application for admission and provide all supporting documentation.  Admission to L0101 is selective; this ensures the success of each learner and helps create a class cohort with representation from a variety of emergency management areas.

The next offering is:

February 6-10 and March 6-10, 2017

Smithsonian Mason School of Conservation

Living Learning Community

1500 Remount Road

 Front Royal, VA  22630

To register for this course, please call the LMS Help Desk at 804-897-9995 or email lmshelp@vdem.virginia.gov and reference the course name and date.

Event Details

Date:
February 06, 2017March 10, 2017
Duration:
2 weeks
Time:
Monday 8am - Friday 5 pm
Location:
Smithsonian Mason School of Conservation Living Learning Community
Instructor:
TBD
Course Manager:
Candice Barnack
Contact:
(804) 897-9780