Incident Management System

Start: anytime, Online Course.

The free online course is designed as an interactive learning experience, built around individual learning modules. Students will be expected to actively engage in all online sessions and immerse themselves in the course content. All sessions are geared towards enabling the staff to be able to work with and within the new WHE programme (World Health Organisations Emergency Programme) and to build their understanding and confidence in the basic concepts and theory.

The course content is split into four learning modules, with each module covering a key aspect of the WHE approach to emergency management. The training content is limited to an overview and introductory level of knowledge, required as part of your role within WHE programme. A post-course knowledge check is mandatory, to ensure that all participants have a minimum level of knowledge on completion of the course.

The animated online Module 1 of the course deals with the WHO’s role in emergencies. Module 2 gives an introduction to emergency management by defining the term and giving an insight into the historical background. Module 3 and Module 4 are covering an introduction to the emergency response framework (Modul 3) and the Incident Management system (Modul 4).

General Information
Online Course: Incident Management System

Created by: World Health Organization (WHO)

Language: English

Find more information on this online course here.

Published in GI-Mail 08/2017 (German edition). Sign up for GI-Mail here.  

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