International Models of Emergency Management

ArWEbinars 2021e you an emergency management professional or a student of emergency management? Have you been curious or ever considered how other nations manage risk, response, and recovery?

Building upon the International Crisis and Emergency Management Series from 2020, Capacity Building International (CBI) has partnered with TIEMS to launch a webinar series in 2021.

Throughout 2021, there will be a recurring monthly series of webinars that will highlight, compare, and contrast various European/International/National domestic emergency management models. Guests will present their different models, approaches, and systems used in emergency management. This webinar series will be an excellent opportunity to hear from experts in different countries around the world.

The 4th of February  we introduced the program for 2021, and you find the recordings on below link: Recording 4th February 2021 / Access code: *di9n#tC
 
Webinar Dates 2021
 Topic    Recording

24th February

Done!

  TIEMS International Certification - TQC

A Brief Introduction to TQC

TQC Detailed Description

TQC Newsletter

Recording 24th February 2021 
Access Code: +Wq4jL@S  
   11th  March   
     NATO Crisis Management  
25th March    France  
       7th April           Czech Republic  
 Late April     China  
Early May
 Finland  
Late May
Data Science and COVID Response (TBC)  
Early June
   Australia  
Late June    India  
Early July United Kingdom  
 Late July
   Kosovo  

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Behind this initiative and joining TIEMS in these Webinars are Kyle King from CBI (Capacity Building International), and his brief bio is found below.

Founder anKyle Kingd Managing Director of Capacity Building International. Kyle King has spent 28 years in the emergency services and international security field with 8 of those years being with NATO. Certified in the US Department of Defense as a Chief Fire Officer, he helped design and build the first international DoD Fire and Emergency Services Certification Program for international students, and also served as the first Civil Emergency Advisor to support NATO Operations. Among his other accomplishments he worked to contribute to the development of NATO’s Security Force Assistance program and wrote NATO’s capacity building education and training program for Kosovo. Locations where he has worked in missions includes Bosnia, Afghanistan, Kosovo, and Ukraine. Mr. King holds a Masters in Diplomacy and Terrorism Studies as BS/BA in Public Administration as well as numerous certifications from US Department of Defense, NATO, and other institutions. Currently Mr. King is focused on supporting the Institute for Security Governance and international programs as well as being seconded to the Organization for Security Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

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