September 16, 2020
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET
About this Session:
The first session in this year’s Academy series provides a bird’s-eye view of disasters and hazards. Dr. Lindsey begins with a high-level overview addressing terminology, phases of management, and types of disasters and hazards. She provides insights into significant research guiding disaster and hazard readiness and response, as well as the role and impact of media, and emergent conversations around the COVID-19 pandemic. She also discusses integrated disaster management and what this entails at state, federal, local, and individual levels. Throughout the session Dr. Lindsey encourages reflection and engagement around our own experiences with disasters at multiple levels.
- Identify and define at least five different types of hazards and disasters including their historical and theoretical frameworks.
- Describe multiple disaster and hazard management operations at federal, state, and local levels.
- Differentiate the supports in place to assist with hazards and disasters before, during, and after they occur.
Scott Cotton, University of Wyoming, will serve as a guest speaker during this first session. Mr. Cotton is an area extension educator focusing on Agriculture, Rural Living & Disaster Resilience and leads the University of Wyoming’s Disaster Education Program. He is also a past national chair of the Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN). Mr. Cotton will present a case study for participants to discuss and react to during the session.
Continuing Education Credit:
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- This session is approved for 1.5 general CEUs for FinCert Certified Personal Finance Counselors (CPFC).
- This session is approved for 1.5 general CE credits for AFCPE Accredited Financial Counselors (AFC).
- This session has been approved for 1.5 Continuing Education Credits for the Certified Family Life Educator program through the National Council on Family Relations.
- This session has been approved for 1.5 CPEU for Registered Dietitians (RDNs) and Dietetic Technicians (NDTRs).
- This session has been approved for 1.5 clock hours from the Commission for Case Manager Certification.
- Programming approval for CE credits has been obtained for Social Work, Licensed Professional Counselors and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist from the UT Austin Steve Hicks School of Social Work.
- A certificate of completion will be available.
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This session is part of the 2020, Disaster and Hazard Readiness Foundations series. Visit the series homepage to learn more about the series, facilitator and other and special activities being offered.
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