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COMMUNICATION DURING EMERGENCIES AND DISASTERS: CONSIDERATIONS FOR 
EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS

Course Time: 1 Hour

Enhancing the Security and Safety of Your Early Childhood Program

Course Description

Course Time: 1 Hour

Enroll in Course for $29

 

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Communication is a vital and often overlooked tool for emergency preparedness planning. After most emergencies and natural disasters, communication is identified as the single biggest area in need of improvement. During our communication during emergencies and disasters online training course, participants will learn the importance of having multiple forms of communication, how to be informed when an emergency or disaster strikes, how to make sure your program is prepared during a 911 call, and how to communicate internally and externally.

 

Through a mix of slides, graphics, videos, and real-world scenarios, participants will learn how to communicate with parents, staff, emergency management, law enforcement, and other essential institutions before, during, and after an emergency or disaster.

Learning Goals and Objectives

  • Identify at least two ways to contact first responders in an emergency. List the pros and cons of each.

  • Discuss the essential elements of a crisis communication plan.

  • Identify the many ways to push out information during an emergency. List the pros and cons of each.

  • Identify external stakeholders that may seek information during an emergency or natural disaster.

  • Describe at least two ways that staff members can communicate during an emergency.

  • Identify at least two methods of receiving emergency alerts and information.

  • Identify what type of information can assist 911 dispatchers during emergencies.

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