We are proud to share an exciting opportunity available for volunteers in the emergency management sector.
The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience (AIDR) have just opened a round of the Emergency Management Volunteer Scholarships program. These scholarships support volunteers in the emergency and disaster management sector to access vocational and higher education in relevant fields.
Charles Darwin University (CDU) offers a range of educational programs in ‘Humanitarian, Emergency and Disaster Management’. Volunteers can choose to a full degree course OR selected units from a course, which could be supported by the AIDR Scholarship. Volunteers can study with us without disturbing their professional/personal commitments. CDU’s world-class online learning management system offers great opportunity to learn irrespective of student’s location.
POST GRADUATE STUDY OPTIONS:
- Graduate Certificate of Emergency and Disaster Management: 40 credit point course, can be completed in one year, full/part-time
- Graduate Certificate of Leadership (Police, Fire and Emergency Services): 40 credit points, can be completed in one year, full/ part-time
- Graduate Diploma of Emergency and Disaster Management: 80 credit points, can be completed in one year, full/ part-time
Above course are nested within the ‘Master of Emergency and Disaster Management’. In other words, students can get all the credits from above courses transferred towards their master’s degree.
Alternatively, volunteers can also choose to study selected units to equip themselves with the skills and leadership required in the emergency and disaster management sector. Some of the popular units are as follows:
- Emergency and Disaster Management in Context
- Interdisciplinary Aspects of Emergency and Disaster Management
- Leadership in Emergency and Disaster Management
- Social, cultural and Psychological Aspects of Emergency and Disaster Management
UNDER GRADUATE STUDY OPTIONS: Bachelor of Humanitarian and Community Studies: 240 credit point course, can be completed in three years, full/ part-time
Scholarship applications must be submitted through AIDR website latest by 15th October 2018.
Who to contact for more information:
Any queries about the AIDR Scholarship: firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information regarding CDU’s courses/units, eligibility, etc.: Associate Professor Akhilesh Surjan email: Akhilesh.Surjan@cdu.edu.au
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