Opportunity ID 14421
Language Requirement Not Required
Overall series introduction
This is an eleven-series course by Resilience and Disaster Risk Management Learning Lab. These online facilitated and self-paced courses are projected to strengthen your knowledge as a resilience and disaster risk management expert. The World Bank, over the last decade, in collaboration with the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR), acted as a global leader in evaluating exposure to risks and addressing disaster hazards which proves the importance of these topics.
Topics: Disaster Preparedness, Disaster Risk Management & Urban Development
Course provider: World Bank Group
Learning mode: Self-paced e-learning
Duration: 60-90 minutes
About this course
This course will enable the city authorities and practitioners to access the up-to-date tools on susceptibility assessment, be exposed to policies and programs, inventory analysis, and gap analysis as well as financial access. Furthermore, it will place great emphasis on decision-making under certainty to differentiate options and make priorities, making the city more resistant to climate change effects and natural catastrophes.
Who can enroll in this course?
The course best suits city officials and practitioners who are in charge of metropolitan management, decision-making, and policy making.
After completing this course learners will:
- Understanding cutting-edge tools for vulnerability evaluation
- Building skills on policy-making, gap analysis, and stock-taking
- Municipal decision-making and prioritization of available options
How to apply?
Interested individuals wishing to boost their knowledge about urban development can apply for this course very easily and get the course started just by completing an ‘enrolment’.
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