Certificate of Achievement

Mary Templeman Hogg - O'Rourke

has completed the following course:

Staying Safe: How to be Prepared in the Modern World

Emergency Planning College (EPC)

This online course explored and developed the skills required to build personal resilience and understand the what ifs in an emergency. It covered types of emergencies, identifying risks, hazards and threats. It considered the impact and consequences of emergencies, both for individuals and communities. An emergency plan was created to prepare individuals for emergencies.

3 weeks, 3 hours per week

Educators

Beverley Griffiths

Director of Resilience – Crowd and Public Safety Capability

Emergency Planning College

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Assess the likelihood of risks, hazards and threats
  • Develop the skills to evaluate actual risk and understand how you could react in an emergency
  • Explain the difference between threats vs hazards and intention vs capability
  • Explore information available, for use in your emergency plan
  • Improve your own personal resilience to become more prepared for disruption

Syllabus

  • Identifying types of emergencies
  • Risks, hazards and threats assessment
  • Impact and consequences of emergencies
  • Developing emergency plans
  • Individually preparing for emergencies
  • Developing personal resilience

Issued on 8th October 2019

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Free online course:

Staying Safe: How to be Prepared in the Modern World

Emergency Planning College (EPC)