Emergency Management Policy and Governance
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- 10 Jul 2023
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Upon completion of this subject, the student should be able to:
- Describe the basic principles of policy and governance in emergency management.
- Identify how policy and governance is applied in emergency management practice.
- What is governance in emergency management
- Norms in governance
- Collaborative governance
- Shaping governance
- Governance practices
- What is policy in emergency management
- Organisational policy
- Local policy
- State/Territory and Federal level policy
- Case study of policy and governance
- International policy direction
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This subject examines policy and governance in emergency management. Students will examine policy and governance frameworks and structures from a local, state, national and international perspective. The subject will explore the policy and governance processes, structures and frameworks that span the public, private and not-for-profit sectors using a series of case studies that have real-world applicability.
This subject is an introductory (level 1) emergency management subject focused on understanding policy and governance in the context of emergency management.
- Online Multiple-Choice Quiz (20%)
- Written Case Study on Governance in Emergency Management (40%)
- Written Case Study on Policy in the Context of Emergency Management (40%)
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