CMT3300 Emergency Preparedness & Response
Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Howard Woodruff
Students will demonstrate a basic understanding of the National Response Framework and its objectives and purpose as well as learn the roles of local, state and federal government in disaster response. The student will also be introduced to the Incident Command System and methods of planning for disaster response.
How This Course Benefits Students:
The student need served by this class is to provide an operational understanding of Emergency Preparedness and Response to those who will become involved in this field of ministry in their communities
Why This Course Is Important:
Emergency response is a field in which specific techniques, procedures, and organizations are required to be effective. This course will help the student demonstrate an understanding of these factors.