Course detail: LSCRR - Leadership Strategies for Community Risk Reduction N0200
This six-day course is designed for the student who has or will have responsibility to develop, implement and lead community risk reduction and health programs to include human-caused, natural disasters, and health risks. The course empowers students with knowledge of how to prevent, reduce and mitigate community risk. This course advocates the use of proven interventions, mechanisms to gather and analyze critical data, actions to target specific at-risk populations, evaluation, and how to build internal and external support to accomplish the changing mission of fire and emergency services.
Target Audience: This course will benefit progressive Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) departments and department members who are initiating programs to reduce their community's risks and mitigate their consequences.
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