Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Provides the emergency services practitioner with a broad understanding of the challenges associated with coordinating the scene of a major incident or disaster, and providing leadership and support to those involved.
- 9 Units
- 180 Credit Points.
- Introduction to Emergency Management
- Disaster Preparedness & Mitigation
- Major Incident Management
- Disaster Health Practice & Humanitarian Relief
- Psychological Effects of Disaster
- Research Proposal Preparation and Research Methods
- plus more
Standard entry requirements
University admission requirements apply.
Students interested in completing a PhD in Disaster & Emergency Response should consider the Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated).
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Non-Standard Timetable: The course can be studied entirely online when suitable agreements have been established to provide supervision of the practical components of the course. However, if suitable supervisors and/or facilities are not available, attendance at the Joondalup Campus will be required. In the absence of clinical placement settings, on-campus intensive workshops will be provided to meet the learning outcomes of individual units.