Disaster Response Management

University of Copenhagen / Copenhagen School of Global Health
Archivio
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19.04.2010 - 14.05.2010  Copenhagen
 
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19.04.2010 - 14.05.2010  Lund, Sweden
 
Contenuti (corsi)
The three themes of Disaster Management Situations- disaster response systems, decision making and leadership,- are explored through a combination of class room lectures, case studies, exercises and simulations.
Obiettivi didattici, obiettivi del training
To enhance the student\'s ability to analyze and discuss various theoretical and practical aspects of disaster response management and thus improve the prerequisites for working with response operations.
Pubblico target
Individuals and professionals who are interested in any or all parts of Disaster Management
Prerequisiti
A bachelor\'s degree or equivalent in a relevant field of study (eg. health sciences, social sciences, engineering, etc.) and 2 years of relevant working experience
Organizzatori regionali
This course is offered by Lund University Centre for Risk Analysis and Management (LUCRAM) and Copenhagen School of Global Health, University of Copenhagen as part of the joint programme Master of Disaster Management.
Annotazioni
Please visit our website for further information: www.mdma.ku.dk/drm
 

Informazioni ed Iscrizioni:

Ms. Helle Trøst Nielsen
 
Categorie
Aiuto umanitario - complessi casi d'emergenza, Aiuto umanitario - corsi di perfezionamento, Aiuto umanitario - Primi interventi
Lingua
Inglese
Punti accrediti
6 ECTS - Points
Costi
EUR 2.237,00
Contatto organizzatori
Oester Farimagsgade 5
1353 Copenhagen K
Denmark
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