This course examines the impacts on the built environment of natural and human initiated disasters. This is done through the context of investigating the consequences and activities during the short, medium and long-term periods after the occurrence of a disaster. The role of the construction in supporting post disaster reconstruction and making the built environment resilient will be explored.
- Semester 1 - 2018
Distance Education - Callaghan
- Semester 1 - 2018
This course replaces the following course(s): ARBE4321. Students who have successfully completed ARBE4321 are not eligible to enrol in ARBE4302.
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. Understand the theory and practice of emergency management
2. Apply post-disaster project management principles and practices
3. Apply post-disaster mitigation and sustainable re-development measures
4. Present written and visual concepts and ideas.
- Overview of emergency or disaster situations and the consequences in the built environment.
- Existing theories and practices in disaster management.
- Existing bodies that manage disaster situations.
- The principles and process of post disaster reconstruction project management, including planning, organising, staffing and controlling a - project management team.
- Stakeholder, knowledge management, communications management.
- Mitigation thorough community consultation and engagement.
- Sustainable economic, social and cultural redevelopment of the affected communities.
- Ethics and social responsibility of redevelopment
This course replaces ARBE4321. If you have successfully completed ARBE4321 you cannot enrol in this course.
Report: Professional Report
Proposal / Plan: Project Plan
Written Assignment: Disaster Scenario
Journal: Online Journal
Callaghan and Distance Education - Callaghan
Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Distance learning students will receive equivalent instruction through online or other distance education strategies.
Face to Face On Campus 1 hour(s) per Week for 10 Weeks