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Curriculums Issues to Improve the Disaster Management Education and Training Systems - Focused on AHP Analysis of National Fire Service Academy -

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2014, 10(7), pp.99-117
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

JuHo Lee 1 Ryu Sang Il 2

1선문대학교
2동의대학교

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ABSTRACT

In order to improve disaster management education and training systems, this study analyzed priority in the revision of the curriculums through AHP analysis with experts, focusing on the curriculums and the contents of education at the National Fire Service Academy. According to the results, understanding the disaster site command system was considered the most important requirement, and the understanding and acquisition of standard operating procedure(SOP) applied at a disaster site for coping with the disaster was considered important by experts. Furthermore, the coping capacity of the police playing key roles at a disaster sites together with the fire‐fighting organization, and rescue management and medicine for saving the victims of a disaster were expected to be core areas for enhancing coping capacity at disaster sites through disaster management education and training processes. In improving disaster management education and training systems, accordingly, it is necessary to reinforce the sector of education and training for enhancing site‐centered disaster coping capacity. Particularly in order to help civil servants at various governmental organizations, central departments, and local self‐governing bodies to upgrade their understanding of disaster sites, integrated education should be given to education participants from major public sectors. Moreover, consideration should be given to the problem that there is no institution to educate the increasing number of disaster volunteers.

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