Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

The CSU Council for Emergency Management and Homeland Security (CEMHS) 2010 Emergency Management Institute 13th Annual Emergency Management Higher Education.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "The CSU Council for Emergency Management and Homeland Security (CEMHS) 2010 Emergency Management Institute 13th Annual Emergency Management Higher Education."— Presentation transcript:

1 The CSU Council for Emergency Management and Homeland Security (CEMHS) 2010 Emergency Management Institute 13th Annual Emergency Management Higher Education Conference Breakout Session - Panel 7 – , 3:00-4:00 p.m.

2 Panel Members Moderator: Valerie Lucus, UC Davis Joanne Tortorici-Luna, CSU Long Beach Adam Sutkus, Sacramento State Christine Springer, U. Nevada, Las Vegas Devra Schwartz, City of Los Angeles EMD Frank Quiambao, Cal EMA James Koval, CSU Long Beach Keith Clement, Fresno State

3 The Purpose of CEMHS Design and Develop California Emergency Management and Homeland Security Education and Training Programs and Partnerships in K-12 and Postsecondary Education

4 California K-12 Education There are 1,043 school districts million K-12 students in Public/Charter/Private Schools. There are 361,523 K-12 Teachers in Public/Charter/Private Schools. Total 7.44 million K-12 Students and Teachers (Note: Staff #s not included)

5 California Postsecondary Education and Training 551 Community Colleges/Public/ Private Universities with 4.5 million students. 385,000 College/University Faculty Total 4.89 million Students and Faculty in Community Colleges/Public /Private Universities (Note: does not include Staff #s).

6 Comparison and Statistics There are 12.4 million students and faculty in Ca K-12 and Postsecondary education. Larger than the total population of 44 states! There are 39.9 (mil.) CA residents; and (mil.) U.S. residents (2009) 31% of CA residents attend/teach at education institutions (4% of total US population). Thus, it is critical to enhance state-wide EM- HS academic programs and campus preparedness at all levels of education.

7 A Summary of Cal EM-HS Academic Programs (2010) One Associate Degree Program in EM No Bachelors Degree Programs in public universities; related programs (Security Studies) at 2 private ones. Masters Degree Programs: SDSU (HS), CSULB (ESA), San Jose State (Transportation Management). Certificates: Fresno State, Cal Poly SLO, SJSU, Sac. State, Cal Maritime Academy

8 CEMHS Objectives #1. Design and develop a “vertical track” of seamless, coordinated, and standardized EM and HS education and training programs for K-12 and Post-secondary ed. #2. Enhance campus, student, faculty, and staff preparedness and response. #3. Support the needs of the EM-HS Academic and Professional Communities.

9 CEMHS Initiatives In 2010, CEMHS received funding from the California Emergency Management Agency to Develop: “The California Emergency Management (EM) and Homeland Security (HS) Education and Training Strategic Initiative.”

10 CEMHS Strategic Initiative The Strategic Initiative sketches an outline and blueprint to guide and develop a “vertical track” of seamless, standardized, and portable Emergency Management and Homeland Security education and training programs at all levels of education statewide.

11 The Strategic Initiative These outlines or blueprints take the form of “templates” and “best practices” for a replicatable EM-HS model curriculum for utilization by campuses interested in developing and offering these programs and courses. (Degree and Certificate) (S.I. is in the conference notebook.)

12 Levels of Education Include: K-12 Education Associate degree/certificate programs Bachelor degree/certificate programs Master degree/certificate programs Ph.D. degree programs Training and certification programs

13 MS in Emergency Services Administration (EMER) Program Cal State, Long Beach

14 MS in Emergency Services Administration (EMER) Initiated Fall 2009 Housed in Criminal Justice Multidepartmental, interdisciplinary - Crosses 3 colleges and 8 departments; - Crosses 3 colleges and 8 departments; practitioner faculty across the country practitioner faculty across the country Delivered exclusively online, both synchronous and asynchronous synchronous and asynchronous

15 EMER Curriculum 37 units: 25 core and 12 elective Core built from principles of emergency management Emphasis on writing, library research, group collaboration, e-learning and social networking, critical thinking throughout Curriculum integrated across courses Certificates in public policy management, emergency management, and international emergency management

16 Collaboration and Project Driven Assignments encourage group work E-Portfolio required Digital simulation integrated into coursework Group Project or Thesis required; delivered and recorded through digital video in real-time

17 California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) And California Polytechnic State University

18 Mitigation Recovery Plus Electives Emergency Management Specialist Certificate Advanced Studies Postgraduate Undergraduate Emergency Management Crisis Communications Terrorism and Homeland Security RecoveryEtc. D R A F T California Specialized Training Institute / California Polytechnic State University Emergency Management / Homeland Security Training and Education Program On-Site and Online Courses Cal EMA On-Site Functional Exercise Cal EMA On-Site or Cal Poly On-Line Desktop Exercises Planning Introduction to Emergency Management Disaster Management/Homeland Security Certificate Cal EMA On-Site or Cal Poly On-Line Courses

19

20

21


Download ppt "The CSU Council for Emergency Management and Homeland Security (CEMHS) 2010 Emergency Management Institute 13th Annual Emergency Management Higher Education."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google