The Disaster Mitigation and Reconstruction programme aims to develop the skills and knowledge of professionals working in disaster mitigation and reconstruction, so that they may reflect on and strengthen their capacity in strategic and practical aspects of disaster preparedness, rehabilitation and reconstruction to mitigate the effects of disasters nationally and internationally.
The programme enables students to strengthen their capacity in strategic and practical aspects of disaster preparedness, rehabilitation and reconstruction, understand different approaches to post-disaster reconstruction project management and understand the professional's ability to anticipate and respond to events which damage or destroy an infrastructure project.
• Disaster management
The programme is designed for students from a range of backgrounds and professional disciplines who anticipate having, disaster mitigation and reconstruction responsibilities, and who wish to critically evaluate and improve their working knowledge of both theory and practice. These students and professionals may be working with or for local and national government agencies, relief agencies, private sector companies, public sector agencies, UN organizations, national and international aid agencies, civil and military services, and insurance appraisers and investigators.
• Fluent English
• Minimum age is 24
• Minimum two years’ experience, some of which must be at a managerial level, in the Disaster field.
However, participants will be considered for admission if they have relevant field experience or either a diploma from Inter-Cept or a Diploma in Disaster anagement from any recognized institution
For more information, please call-over at the INTER-CEPT, (Allimex Plaza next to St. James Hospital off Mombasa Road), Monday through Saturdays between 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Kindly note that the INTER-CEPT offices are closed on Sundays).
08 Dec 2010
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