Skills Obtained: Knowledge, awareness, and issues public safety faces in disasters; worldwide best and worst practices on several social media platforms.
Course Description: This course examines disasters that have taken place
worldwide since 2005 and extracts the best and worst social media practices from them. Participants will gain familiarity with several social media platforms and an extensive film library is available on the NextGenTraining YouTube channel to refer back to and aid in implementing these lessons to their communities.
Course Objectives: The facilitator will examine, show clips, and share info from each of the following real-life disasters. Each will be broken down for the purpose of showing best and worst practices, applications, citizen response, etc. so that public safety can learn from, plan, improve, and prepare their agency response during a disaster.
Lessons Learned from:
2005 Hurricane Katrina
2007 California Wildfires
2009 Bellevue, NE Abortion Clinic Riot
2009 Presidential Inauguration
2009 Washington, DC Metro Crash
2010 Haiti Earthquake
2011 Japan Tsunamis
2011 US Tornado Devastation
2013 Boston Bombing
2015 Northeastern US Blizzard
2016 Floods & Blizzard
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Recommended Audience: This non-technical, introductory level course is designed for Public Safety CEOs (Law Enforcement, Fire, and Emergency Management), Policy Makers, Public Information Officers, or Supervisors who will be working through a disaster in their community. A modified version of this course is also available for DAs, Mayors and City Department heads.
We only show classes open for "public" registration. Conference bookings or private classes are not published. Several of our trainers teach multiple topics.
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