Jun 20, 2024  
National University Volume 86B-2 Catalog - April 2024 
    
National University Volume 86B-2 Catalog - April 2024
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SEM-7300 - Leadership Paradigms in Safety, Security, and Emergency Management

Semester Credits: 3 Weeks: 8


This course allows for a deep dive into the leadership paradigms in school safety, security, and emergency management. As you develop leadership support strategies for staff and students before, during, and after a crisis incident and advocate for team approaches in planning for prevention-mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery of crisis incidents in K-12 schools, you will also assess current legal and political issues in K-12 school safety, security, and emergency management. Further, you will evaluate leadership responses to ethical issues in school safety, security, and emergency management and create risk assessment plans for evaluating physical risks within K-12 schools. Finally, you will determine school emergency manager responsibilities in the planning of systems to prevent and mitigate crisis incidents at K-12 schools across diverse settings.

 



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