General Objective: To know the factors and elements to be considered in civil-military planning in the case of complex disasters or large-scale emergencies and to learn about the tools and procedures required in order to receive international support.
Development of the Seminar
- Identify and classify large-scale emergencies and natural disasters.
- Distinguish the stages of emergency management and necessary coordination during preparation, response, recovery, and mitigation.
- Identify and distinguish the roles and missions of national and international organizations in reducing risk and managing disasters and emergencies.
- Examine the potential roles of the armed forces in a disaster or emergency.
- Analyze and debate cases of complex disasters and large-scale emergencies.
- Participants will attend all panel, plenary and working group sessions in the designated locales of the IADC.
- Seminar coordinators will clarify expectations for all sessions and explain the varied educational approaches and formats that will be adopted.
- Participants will be divided into seven groups and analyze a case scenario from a given role/ stakeholder lens, assisted by a subject matter expert and facilitator.
- Groups will present their conclusions on the final afternoon of the seminar using a moderated panel format.
- Each of the working groups will appoint a single panelist to present its conclusions according to a designated presentation template and respond to a moderated Q&A session.
For more information please contact:
CAPT, US Navy
Chief, Seminars Division