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The course goal is to enhance public, private, and NGO partnerships to prepare for and manage critical logistics and supply chain challenges during large-scale disaster situations, including COVID-19. In times of disaster, even Supply Chains that were previously functioning can experience significant disruption, generating acute life-safety challenges and quickly turning a disaster into a catastrophe. The course provides a practical approach for participants to develop and incorporate collaborative public-private solutions into disaster preparedness planning for both the public and private sector to ensure and support disaster resilience in the Supply Chain and address the Food, Water, and Sheltering lifelines. Course Length 16-hours/1.6 CEUs
Module 1: Course Introduction Module 2: Building Critical Cross-Sector Partnerships Module 3: Planning: Key Issues Module 4. Planning: Implementing Change Module 5: Response, Resources, Operations Module 6: Community Based Public- Private Solutions to SC and Logistics Challenges - Facilitated Exercise
Public and private sector disaster logistics and supply chain stakeholders; Federal and SLTT leadership and management; Emergency management personnel and logistics and planning staff; Councils of Government; Councils of Area Development Districts; Non-profits and planning organization representatives; Private sector organizations and associations.
This course has a prerequisite online course AWR425-W Introduction to Managing Public, Private and NGO Partnerships to Prepare for and Solve Critical Logistics and Supply Chain Challenges During Large Scale Disasters. Once the online course and pretest are completed, confirmation of registration will be provided. Enrollment in MGT489 includes the prerequisite course.