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This block of instruction will introduce the student to terms and definitions used in the consequence and crisis management community when responding to all hazards.  The course will give the student a basic understanding of the roles each part of the response community plays in responding to natural or man-made disasters. The class will provide real world examples like an abortion clinic bombing, a hurricane, and the attack on the Pentagon to demonstrate the concept of unified command. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learner will understand the different roles first responders have from consequence managers and crisis managers as well as how the integrated command system, joint operation center, and the emergency operations center work together through the National Response Framework.
  • Learner will understand the importance of collaboration and cooperation in an all hazard response.  Case studies will examine lessons learned.
  • Learner will learn likely future threats and how emerging technologies and innovation will contribute to the evolutionary improvements in all-hazards response.

Basic Understanding of Consequence and Crisis Management Response Course