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close this bookEmergency Information Management and Telecommunications - Trainer's Guide - 1st Edition (Disaster Management Training Programme, 78 p.)
View the documentIntroduction
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View the documentDelivery
close this folderWELCOME AND INTRODUCTION (15 minutes)
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View the document1. Emergency information management and telecommunications
View the document2. Session objectives
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View the document3. Part 1: Learning objectives
View the document4. Emergency information management
View the document5. Emergency information management as a ''cycle''
View the document6. Identifying needs
View the document7. Identifying needs by phase
View the document8. Information needs for contingency planning
View the document9. Early warning information for complex emergencies
View the document10. Information needs for emergency response
View the document11. Information needs for rehabilitation and recovery activities
View the document12. What we sometimes assume
View the document13. What is often the real situation
View the document14. Information needs for mitigation activities
View the document15. Gathering data: choice of techniques and phases of disaster
View the document16. Choice of data gathering technique depends on:
View the document17. Managing data-gathering
View the document18. Establishing a baseline
View the document19. Common sources of baseline data
View the document20. Common sources of baseline data
View the document21. Quantitative vs. qualitative methods of data gathering
View the document22. Quantitative, statistical sampling techniques
View the document23. Qualitative data-gathering techniques
View the document24. Inter-agency approach to data gathering
View the document25. Tools for data-gathering
View the document26. Geographic Information Systems
View the document27. Presentation of GIS information
View the document28. Other tools for data-gathering
View the document29. Data analysis and information production
View the document30. Tools for data analysis and information production
View the document31. Information dissemination: management concerns
View the document32. Coordination structures and information dissemination
View the document33. Use of the media in information dissemination
View the document34. Institutional memory
View the document35. Steps in building institutional memory capacity
close this folderPART 2: EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATIONS (1 hour and 30 minutes)
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View the document36. Part 2 Learning Objectives: Emergency telecommunications
View the document37. Emergency telecommunications
View the document38. Major emergency telecommunications management concerns
View the document39. Typical political/organizational concerns
View the document40. Possible solutions to political/organizational concerns
View the document41. Equipment/infrastructure concerns
View the document42. Emergency telecommunications technologies
View the document43. Strategic (worldwide) telecommunications systems
View the document44. Tactical (short-range or local) telecommunications systems
View the document45. UN/DHA On-Site Operations Co-ordination Center Network
View the document46. UN/DHA OSOCC Network: Capital - Site Links
View the document47. Summary
close this folderPART 3 (optional): SETTING UP THE SYSTEMS (1 hour 30 min. to 2 hours)
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View the document48. Setting up the systems
View the document49. Part 3: Session objectives
View the document50. Thinking systematically...
View the document51. Rapid response in Zenon
View the document52. Small group questions
View the documentWRAP-UP (15 minutes)


Emergency Information Management and Telecommunications

This trainer's guide is a companion to the module on Emergency Information Management and Telecommunications. It provides a format and tools to enable you to conduct a training workshop in an interactive and stimulating manner. You may utilize this guide as the foundation for a complete and structured presentation. However, it is not a rigid instrument that must be followed, inclusive of every overhead and exercise. You are in the best position to select and relate the material to the experiences and needs of your audience. Your creativity and responsiveness to the workshop participants and the dynamics of the training session are essential to a valuable learning experience. So plan to develop the agenda and select the overheads and exercises that are appropriate for your group.