MGT 417

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MGT 417 Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents for Key Decision Makers

Course Description

The purpose of this 2 day management/planning level course is to provide the operational-level details to support many of the topics covered in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) approved AWR 148: Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents – Partnering Rural Law Enforcement and the Local School Systems awareness-level course. Rural schools, law enforcement, other emergency responders, and community stakeholders are often limited in their access to resources, so it is imperative that all potentially affected parties collaborate in planning, preparation, communication, response, and recovery in the event of a school-based incident. Moreover, these affected parties must come together to practice their interoperable skills through drills and exercises to ensure the strategies in place provide for an effective crisis response and collaborative recovery.

With the intent of building upon the foundation of the AWR 148 course and utilizing an all-hazards approach, this two-day course will provide content instruction, develop concept-specific skills, and provide opportunities for law enforcement, school personnel, and community stakeholders to collaboratively apply the course objectives in scenario-based applications.

Topics covered in this course include:
* All-Hazards Planning and
* Preparedness
* Vulnerability Assessments
* Threat Assessment Management
* All-Hazards Response
* All-Hazards Recovery * Scenario-Based Activities


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Course Prerequisites

*No Prerequisites for this course

Audience

Emergency ManagementEmergency Medical ServicesFire ServiceGovernmental AdministrativeHealthcareLaw EnforcementOtherPublic Safety Communications

Core Capabilities

Community ResilienceIntelligence and Information SharingOn-Scene Security and ProtectionOperations CoordinationPhysical Protective MeasuresPlanningPublic Information and WarningThreat and Hazard Identification