60 hours (6 weeks)
After completion of this course, participants are expected to be able to:
This short course on Understanding Disaster Management is open to individuals of all backgrounds and educational levels who have an interest in learning about disaster management principles. There are no specific prerequisites or prior knowledge required. Participants must have a basic understanding of the English language to actively engage in the course material and discussions.
Productivity in any organisation is the outcome of the joint efforts of two distinct elements namely technological and human resources. The factor of production other than labour can be manipulated easily. However, the human aspect in the
organisation is the most difficult to manipulate or manage in a proper perspective.
The human elements are the causes and the result of the interaction, social issues, duties, responsibilities, and other activities. The high rate of industrial growth, increased pace of technological development and complex nature of the jobs made the workforce of an organization the source of completive success.
Learners will learn from articles, case studies, PPT, eLearning, videos, practical activities, assignments, webinars as well as discussions with fellow learners and mentors.
A Certificate of Completion will be awarded to those who complete the following tasks in the course: