The 2023 online, accredited, Participatory Disaster Risk Management (PDRM) program is running from the 24 July through to the end of November. It consists of ten topics as outlined below.
o TC01: Key Disaster Risk Management (DRM) Diagrams & Issues
o TC02: Humanitarian Attributes & Competencies
o TC03: Humanitarian Standards & Codes of Conduct
o TC04: Natural Disaster Trends & Case Studies
o TC05: The Ten Seed Technique (TST) Ranking Tool
o TC06: Risk Management (ISO 31000)
o TC07: Complex Emergencies/Crises & Case Studies
0 TC08: COVID-19
o TC 09: DRM & the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
o TC10: DRM & Climate Change
There are three stages to this online PDRM:
0 Stage 1: Teaching of Topics 1-6, 24 July to 1 September 2023
o Stage 2: Research Project on Natural Hazards in Bhutan (September 2023).
o Stage 3: Teaching of Topics TC 07 to TC 10, 4 October to 2 November 2023.
The link to the online PDRM brochure is given below.Download
The 2023 PDRM Registration Form can be downloaded below. It includes details of the costs of the topics and assignments (if the latter are being taken), together with discounts for particular stakeholders.Download
The link to the 2023 assignment questions can be accessed below. This also gives details of Murdoch University staff who handle Advanced Standing details.Download
An online PDRM program for 2024 is currently being planned, this running from the 26 February through to the 24 May. For more information contact Chris Piper at email@example.com.