This course delivers two days of training for emergency management practitioners in municipalities, education and other sectors. It describes the roles and tasks of an Emergency Operations Centre and Site, and their relationship as components of a multi-agency coordination system. Participants register for either Emergency Operations Centre Management or Emergency Site Management and learn about their respective and cooperative functions through interactive and engaging information sharing, activities and discussions.
Pre-requisite: Completion of the online course Introduction to Incident Management System (IMS 100) through Emergency Management Ontario.
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After learning about their respective fields, both groups come together to work collaboratively through multiple emergency exercises, providing a hands-on opportunity to practice and reflect on the knowledge, skills and judgment required for efficient and effective response and recovery. Participants will gain valuable experience and be better prepared to carry out their role in a team approach to emergency management.
Participants will take part in our engaging and interactive course designed with different learning styles in mind. Participants will be led by several of our experienced and highly skilled facilitators through discussions, and individual and group activities. The participants from Site and Centre will join on working on different simulations of emergency events.
We work closely with our clients to ensure that we meet all your needs – this includes location. Courses can take place at our location within Mohawk College’s Fennell campus or at any location of your choice. That means, if you’d like us to come to you – we will set up shop at your location of choice.
This program is designed for emergency management practitioners in municipalities, education and other sectors.
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