Disaster Management Diploma Course

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Introduction :
The course will be divided into four modules relating to planning and policy processes corresponding to these four traditional phases of disaster management. Throughout the semester, particular attention will be paid to how disaster planning and policy efforts can increase and promote resilience and reduce vulnerabilities. .We are glad to welcome you to the website of PRIT Private Limited.Professional Revolutionary Institute of Technology Private Limited is approved and accredited by the numerous International & national Diploma, Qualification & Certification awarding bodies.We are the Pioneer organization which is issuing Same Certificate/Diploma in five languages English, French, Chinese, Arabic & Urdu.(This is only applicable on PRIT Qualifications).International and Other organization’s certificates will be in English.A good thing is that anyone can apply for admission from any part of the world.

Course Outline:

Disaster Mitigation Policies and Planning
•Disaster Policies: History and Institutions
•Disaster and Emergency Management
•Hazards and Disasters: Range and Scope
•Mitigation Planning and Policy Strategies: Local, State, and Federal Level
•Community Vulnerability Assessments
•Utilizing Mapping in Mitigation Planning

Preparedness and Planning
•Social, Economic, and Political Vulnerabilities
•Community Resilience
•Comprehensive Emergency Management Plans
•Communication and Risk Management (Policies and Plans)
Disaster Response: Planning for Response
•Emergency Operations Planning
•Supporting Emergency Response Operations using Geo spatial Technologies
•Collaborative Emergency Management
•Coordination in Response Planning

Disaster Recovery and Rebuilding
•Differential Recovery Rates
•Long-term recovery
•Post-Disaster Recovery Planning
•Post-Disaster Housing Planning
•Building Community Resilience
•Sustainable Land-Use Practices
•Displaces and Planning in Host Communities
•Planning for Collaborative Governance