Bachelor of Emergency Management – UARD (NZ), Texas A+M (USA) and NOCN (UK) with AP Todd De Voe

Bachelor of Emergency Management – https://uard.university/aberrm/​​​​​ – Bachelor of Emergency Management Oil & Gas, Fire Safety & Well Control industry professionals work diligently throughout their careers to gain safety certifications from OPITO, TEEX, NFPA & IWCF and other reputable organisations. https://www.linkedin.com/company/31476964/ This programme is led by Associate Professor Todd De Voe, TEDx speaker, key contributor to the Campus Crisis Management: A Comprehensive Guide for Practitioners leading emergency management specialist from the University of California, Irvine & Founder of the EM Podcast & Stitch Radio

Additionally, you may have worked in a fire safety organisation and completed a hazardous materials or fire rescue programme with TEEX Texas A&M’s Extension Service.

These highly rigorous, quality training certifications may also be included in your application to enter the Accelerated Bachelor programme. These certifications usually do not carry any academic recognition and do not provide a pathway to higher education; now they do with this accelerated Bachelor from UARD (NZ), Texas A&M (USA) & NOCN (UK).

The University of Applied Research & Development now provides recognition of prior learning for all safety standard certifications and industry experience. For more information on our Bachelor of Emergency Management https://uard.university/aberrm/​​​​​ Enroll below for next cohort! https://uard.university/aberrm/​ Recognition of Prior Learning for Acceptance Our students come to us from a variety of industries. For example, you may have worked or be working in the Oil & Gas sector and have completed OPITO standard assessments. You may also have served in the Red Cross or in the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s deployment units and gained significant experience or certifications. These can be included in your application to enter the Accelerated Bachelor programme. Your professional experiences may include accredited training with the International Well Control Forum, the National Fire Protection Association or the International Institute and hold a IFE Level 5 Diploma in Fire Engineering Design or IFE Level 5 Award in Fire Investigation: Theory and Practice, for example. Learn more at https://uard.university/aberrm/