Working in Emergency Management (eLearning)


Working in Emergency Management describes the outcomes required to apply emergency management concepts and principals within Australia, with the main focus on Western Australia.

The unit provides the foundation to increase Local Government’s knowledge of their responsibilities under the Emergency Management Act 2005, including all relevant concepts, legislation, policies and procedures, which will assist with emergency management planning and decision making.

Target Audience

CEOs, Elected Members, Managers and Officers who would like to enhance their role in emergency management and/or learn more about the requirements for Local Government under the Emergency Management Act 2005.

Learning Outcomes

As a result of completing this program, participants should be able to:

  • confirm organisational emergency management requirements;
  • contribute to stakeholder awareness in emergency management; and
  • support organisational/community emergency management planning and decision making.


Self-paced (approx. 3 hours online).


Enrol anytime (3 months to complete upon date of enrolment).

Course Fees

$195.00 (GST exempt)
Unlimited participants as a Site Licence. Contact us for a quote.
Additional fees apply for assessment. See the  Student Handbook for more information.

Relationship to Competency Standard

PUAEMR018A - Work in an emergency management context


Nationally Accredited Training eLearning Course Elected Member and Officer Training