Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Graduate Certificate in Emergency and Disaster Management recognises the changing nature of emergency and disaster management in Australia and explores the important role research and evidence-based practice plays in underpinning contemporary perspectives and approaches. Students in this course, learn how to draw upon the interdisciplinary nature of emergency and disaster management to explore current and emerging trends, national and international approaches, as well as the key concepts and perspectives that underpin contemporary practice in various phases of managing emergencies and disasters. This course is targeted at people working in emergency service agencies; professionals working in private, government, non-government and community-based organisations who play a role in emergency and disaster management; and those with a personal and/or professional interest in the field.
4 units (24 credit points)
- Emergency and disaster management
Standard entry requirements
- Bachelors degree in any discipline
- Or an Advanced Diploma from the Public Safety Training Package. Applicants with other qualifications at Advanced Diploma level will be assessed on a case by case basis.
This course can only be completed part time.