LICQual Level 7 Diploma in Disaster Management Course in Islamabad
Qualification Number: 325/DM/2022/221
LICQual Level 7 Postgraduate International Diploma in Disaster management aims to address learners with issues of disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation through a multi- and transdisciplinary perspective. This qualification will provide you with specialized skills, which will enable you to apply disaster risk reduction within your specific discipline or area of specialty.
At the end of this program, the participants will be able to:
Develop comprehensive approach to disaster management comprises four phases: prevention, preparedness, response and recovery (PPRR) to ensure a balance between the reduction of risk and the enhancement of community resilience
Understand different challenges faced in disaster reduction and controlling stage.
Understand Capacity: strengths and resources available to anticipate, cope with, resist and recover from disasters. Coping capacity: the ability to face and manage disasters.
Systematically evaluates the damage that could be caused by a potential disaster, the severity of the impact, and the available medical resources during a disaster to reduce population vulnerability and increase the capacity to cope with disasters.
Understand the role of governmental disaster management departments.
The LICQual Level 7 Postgraduate International Diploma in Disaster Management comprises 6 mandatory units making a combined total of 120 credits, 1200 hours Total Qualification Time (TQT) and 600 Guided Learning Hours (GLH) for the completed qualification.
Unit 1. Principles of disaster management
Unit 2. International Research: Confronting the Challenges of Disaster Risk Reduction and Development
Unit 3. Disaster Resilience, Adaptation and Sustainability
Unit 4. Vulnerability and Risk Assessment
Unit 5. Advanced Research Methodology- Dissertation
Unit 6. Participants – Governmental Disaster Management Agencies
TQT: Represents the number of notional hours expected as required to complete a qualification
GLH: Represents the number of hours a trainer is available to teach and supervise the learner working on a qualification
Credit: Represents the number of credits which may be awarded to a learner to successfully complete the qualification.
* One credit is equal to the 10 hours of TQT.
The qualification assessment criteria is assignment based, but to achieve a pass, the learner must fulfill all the learning requirements of each unit, and at the end of every unit an interview will be conducted as an evidence to ensure that the work truly belongs to the learner.