Ensuring safe and resilient urban growth is a priority of the ASEAN member counties. The region is highly vulnerable to the impacts of disasters and will continue to be so due to the effects of climate change.
ICEM has developed a free, self-learning training course on disaster risk management for practitioners involved in urban planning in support of BUILD SAFELY, a programme under Phase II of the ASEAN agreement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response (AADMER) Work Programme 2016-2020.
The course contains three modules which provide useful approaches, methods and tools:
- Urban disaster risk in the ASEAN region
- Integrating disaster risk reduction into urban planning
- Integrating disaster risk reduction into urban infrastructure planning and design
The materials cover processes and procedures that architects, engineers, urban planners and others involved in urban planning are familiar with and apply in their work.
The materials may be downloaded and completed independently. They include PowerPoints, written and video based case studies, handout style reading materials and activities. The course will take approximately 2.5 days, but can be undertaken over a longer period.
Download it here at www.icem.com.au/learndrm
This project has been completed with the support of the Government of Canada through the Integrated Disaster Risk Management (IDRM) Fund administered by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
- For more information, please visit the Building Climate Change Resilience in Asia’s Critical Infrastructure project page