Jun 20, 2024  
National University Volume 86B-2 Catalog - April 2024 
    
National University Volume 86B-2 Catalog - April 2024
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SEM-7200 - Communicating, Collaborating, and Planning for Safety, Security, and Emergency Management

Semester Credits: 3 Weeks: 8


This course offers a unique opportunity to explore how communicating, collaborating, and planning of school safety, security, and emergency management come together and operate. To do so, you will determine ways in which Incident Command Systems can be modified for use in K-12 schools and relate Incident Command Systems to communication during crisis incidents. You will also examine ways in which administrators collaborate and communicate with community partners and first responders to help prepare for and manage crisis events in K-12 schools and explain the importance of school-community cooperation in the recovery of whole community crisis events. Critical to this course is explaining ways in which diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice impact communication during crisis incidents in K-12 schools. Finally, you will construct Incident Command Systems while championing diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in K-12 schools across diverse settings.

 



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