Siirry sisältöön

Before enrolling to this course, you should have adequate competence level of safety, security and risk management, which you can acquire for example by completing study unit Business Continuity (5 cr) or Basics of Corporate Safety, Security and Risk Management (10 cr).

Basic information

  • Application period: 30.03.2021-19.04.2021
  • Date: 01.05.2021-31.08.2021
  • Scope: 5 ECTS
  • Location: Laurea Verkkokampus
  • Price: 75 €

Timetable

This course is a virtual implementation. The course starts and Canvas learning platform opens in early May.

After approval it's the students responsibility to follow the course guidelines and finish all assignments. All assignments must be returned by the end of the course 15.8.2021. A more detailed implementation plan with learning events will be published also in Canvas.

Lecture timetable

03.05.2021 12.30–15.00

10.05.2021 12.00–13.00

25.05.2021 12.30–15.00

31.05.2021 12.00–13.00

15.08.2021 08.00–08.15

Content

The student is able to

  • define international preparedness and crisis management operators and their roles
  • define fundamental international preparedness and crisis management compliance requirements and best practices
  • define global threats and analyze their impact to society

Teaching methods

Virtual implementation, only individual work.

Before enrolling to this course, you should have adequate competence level of security management, which you can acquire for example by completing course: A9484 Basics of Corporate Security and Risk Management 10 credits.

Student workload

5 ECTS = approximately 135 hours of work

Further information

Tutoring

  • Tutoring is available on beforehand set days and upon request.
  • Personal discussion times should be pre-agreed with teacher.

Communication

  • Zoom or Teams -application will be used for tutoring and general information sharing.
  • The lecturers will in advance create a Teams -group for this course and invite the students to join.
  • Canvas is used for formal information, material sharing and storing, returning assignments, etc.
  • If necessary, other means of communication will be agreed by the learning community commonly in the beginning of the course.
  • Changes to preliminary program are possible, but the students will be notified if necessary.

Evaluation

The course will be evaluated on a scale of 1 to 5 / fail.

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