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Community Planning for Economic Recovery  (MGT 462 )Community Planning for Economic Recovery (MGT 462 )

This Planning and Management Level instructor-led course consists of planning tools and resources for the community to conduct cross-sector planning for disaster recovery. The curriculum will include: tools to develop stronger partnerships between public and private sectors, evaluate community hazard assessments through the lens of economic recovery, and checklist based resources for public and private sector partners to use in a post-disaster.

 

Training dates and locations to be announced 

 

 

Estimated Length: 7 hour(s)

Lessons

Name View Schedule
Classroom Lesson1. Florida: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson2. New Jersey: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson3. Texas: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson4. Missouri - MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson5. Oregon: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson6. Arkansas: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson7. Alaska: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson8. Washington: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson9. Nebraska: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson10. Colorado: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson11. Nevada: MGT462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson12. Wisconsin: MGT462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson13. Pennsylvania: MGT462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson14. New Hampshire: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson15. New Mexico: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson16. Ohio: MGT 462 View Schedule
Classroom Lesson17. California: MGT 462 View Schedule

Objectives

By the end of the Planning and Management level training, all participants will be able to fulfill the following learning objectives:

  • Calculate estimated financial losses from major disasters and identify factors that influence a community’s economic recovery
  • Identify all steps of a hazard analysis pertaining to disaster economic recovery
  • Formulate ways to collaborate with potential community partners for coordinating economic recovery
  • Appraise cost recovery options (such as insurance and federal programs) that may be utilized to support organizational recovery from a disaster;
  • Revise customizable planning tools appropriate for the participants’ work context;
  • Synthesize customizable planning tools for use within the participants’ context;
  • Prepare an economic impact analysis as part of a post-disaster economic recovery case study

Develop ways to integrate whole community continuity of operations planning through different management techniques

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