Surveys the history of public policy development in the disaster and emergency management field, and explores current issues, gaps and drivers for change. Examines planning theories and the research of disaster and emergency management literature to establish criteria for best practices, and for development of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery plans.
Pre-requisites: EMC5170, EMC5172 , EMC5173, EMC5184
Applicants are required to provide proof of successful completion of a university degree or two-year College Diploma (minimum) or equivalent in a related discipline, OR related work experience in emergency management.
Applicants who have not completed a university degree or college diploma may be considered based upon relevant emergency management work experience and/or post-secondary credits achieved. These applicants will be assessed individually.
Who Is Right For The Program
Program participants represent a spectrum of businesses and sectors, geographic regions and nationalities, and areas of expertise. The unifying theme is a broad base of employees and recognition of their critical role in disaster and emergency management planning.
From Policy to Practice of Disaster and Emergency management planning is designed for senior-level executives and experienced leaders who are responsible to establish criteria for best practices, and for development of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery plans within their organisation. Participants hail from a variety of organizations—both young and established organisation that are medium or large in size—and may come to the program to examine best practices in Disaster and Emergency management planning. The program is open to senior executives from a variety of functional backgrounds, including research and development, operations, human resources, finance, and marketing. These leaders, tasked with Disaster and Emergency management planning may include:
Chief executive officers
Legislators/ Board members
Chief business development officers
Human Resource Managers
Chief financial officers
Heads of departments and units
Managers of mergers and acquisitions
Auditors and Accountants
Because a diverse participant mix is an important part of every CPSPD Emergency Management program, we look for candidates who reflect a broad range of industries, functions, countries, and backgrounds to enrich the learning experience.
No payment is necessary until you have been accepted into CPSPD Emergency Management program. After admission notification, we will send you an invoice via email; payment is due within 30 days of the invoice date. If admission is within 30 days prior to the start of the program, payment is due upon receipt of the invoice. Payment is required prior to the program start date. We accept payment by company cheque, bank wire transfer, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard). Details are included on the program invoice.
If you need to cancel or defer participation, you must submit your request in writing more than 30 days before the start of the program to receive a full refund. Due to program demand and the volume of preprogram preparation, cancellations or deferrals received 14 to 30 days prior to the start of the program are subject to a fee of one-half of the program fee. Requests received within 14 days are subject to full payment.
Although there are no formal educational requirements, admission is a selective process based on professional achievement and organizational responsibility. We look for professionals who have demonstrated emergency management talent and leadership potential.
CPSPD Emergency Management programs enrich both participants and their organizations, and require full commitment from each party.
We deliberately design our programs to encourage individual growth and to foster productive interaction among participants. For that reason, proficiency in written and spoken English is essential.
CPSPD must receive your application and any other required documents in order to prepare the application for review by the Admissions Committee.
The program will be delivered using the following methodologies: Lectures, discussions, syndicate work, Videos, case studies and exercises