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Skip to 0 minutes and 12 seconds Congratulations on completing short course one. We hope you’ve enjoyed the opportunity to explore training and exercising in its wider context. We’ve seen that training, learning and development is a lifelong journey for the emergency management professional and that there is a range of opportunities for exercising in order to test skills, knowledge and capabilities. In a world where training budgets are often at the top of the list for cuts we need to think innovatively about how we can use a limited range of resources to achieve the best outcomes in terms of training and exercising. If you found this course interesting and relevant to your personal development why not join us for the full module, where we explore these topics in more detail.

Skip to 0 minutes and 54 seconds You will hear more from industry experts who design and deliver training and exercising and we’ll explore case studies that demonstrate the importance of training and exercising in emergency and disaster resilience. You might consider joining us for our full MSc.

Course roundup

Congratulations on completing this short course.

In the video, El Parker thanks you for taking part in the course and concludes by inviting you to consider continuing your study with Coventry University Online.

Continuing your learning

This is the introductory two-week course of the program

Training and Exercising Design and Delivery which forms part of the online MSc Emergency Management and Resilience degree offered by Coventry University.

It is a fully online postgraduate course aimed at humanitarian emergency professionals who want to deepen their knowledge and acquire an internationally-recognized qualification.

If you would like to continue your learning it is easy to register your interest or apply. We look forward to seeing you on future courses.

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Emergency and Disaster Training and Exercising: An Introduction

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