This short course in RESILIENCE, or what to do after you survive the emergency. It takes students through the different areas of recovery after a disaster. Discussion of the concepts of physical injury and first aid as part of personal resilience, followed by discussion of property and emotional sectors. We walk through the interaction of the individual with groups, business, and government during this process.
The course is less than one (1) hour and is designed as a short course on disaster recovery. Students do not need special equipment to complete the course. the course is in three parts. :definition, who needs resilience, and basics. Included in the course is supplemental material on the history of first aid, history of hospitals, and the United Nations document on resilience planning for countries.
This course is designed to augment the material in disaster planning.
Words to use to target this course: Disaster recovery, and resilience
The interrelationship of individuals, business and government in resilience
How to use programs to locate resources
Understanding the emotional content in resilience
A review and wrap up of the context of resilience
A short quiz
Arthur Jackson is the CEO of Arthur Jackson CTC Inc. and has worked extensively in the medical field as a medical technician with doctors in neurology,and as a trainer in Health and safety. He is a retired attorney, from a successful law practice in Pennsylvania, college professor, who has served as chair of several colleges, and as a campus dean. His company educates students in over nine (9) countries globally.