Program Learning Outcomes – Emergency Management

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Emergency Management, AAS Degree (A55460)

Graduates will:

  1. Recognize different disciplines (law enforcement, fire, ems, public health) and agencies associated with emergency management/preparedness, express their importance, their roles and responsibilities, and demonstrate the functions of emergency management/preparedness.
  2. Recognize and understand emergency preparedness practices from the public and private aspects, and laws relating to these practices including:
    a. Fire and building codes, national standards, state and federal laws, private industry certification, and FEMA recommended practices.
    b. Business continuity, response, recovery, mitigation, prevention, and preparedness practices.
  3. Develop, design, and effectively deliver presentations and disseminate information to the public and to their peers, through direct delivery, electronic delivery, and social media outlets, to include utilization of technical devices.
  4. Develop an understanding of how emergency services equipment is purchased, the processes it is purchased through, alternative and supplemental financing, and the financial and budgetary processes associated with local government. Additionally, students will develop an understanding of dissemination of funds from outside agencies and corporations.
  5. Develop emergency operations management, to include emergency operations and assistance of private sector companies, from accepted tactics and strategy practices, national standards, and applicable State and Federal laws.
  6. Understand emergency services organizations, rank structure, and management required for effective training, communications, operations, and overall success of the organization.
  7. Explain and demonstrate the requirements for an effective and successful overall emergency management program to include: NIMS compliance, all hazards operations, the Incident Command System, Incident Action Plans, Hazard Mitigation, and the development of a comprehensive local Emergency Action Plan.

 

 

Emergency Management, Certificate (C55460)

Graduates will:

  1. Recognize different disciplines (law enforcement, fire, ems, public health) and agencies associated with emergency management/preparedness, express their importance, their roles and responsibilities, and demonstrate the functions of emergency management/preparedness.
  2. Develop emergency operations management, to include emergency operations and assistance of private sector companies, from accepted tactics and strategy practices, national standards, and applicable State and Federal laws.
  3. Understand emergency services organizations, rank structure, and management required for effective training, communications, operations, and overall success of the organization.
  4. Explain and demonstrate the requirements for an effective and successful overall emergency management program to include: NIMS compliance, all hazards operations, the Incident Command System, Incident Action Plans, Hazard Mitigation, and the development of a comprehensive local Emergency Action Plan.