Infrastructure in Emergencies

UK,EU,Loughborough University, Alumni Postgraduate diplomas

Description

This programme has been especially designed for you as a graduate hoping to work, or already working, in the emergency water and sanitation sector in low-and middle-income countries. It will enable you to develop your potential and understanding of the principles and practice of infrastructure provision in emergencies and during reconstruction, equipping you with appropriate knowledge, expertise and skills for emergency work. Understanding the demands on emergency relief staff, this course is available by distance learning.

Understand the principles and practice of infrastructure provision in emergencies and during reconstruction
Develop the expertise and skills necessary for emergency relief and reconstruction work in low- and middle-income countries
Study flexibly by distance learning with the option to study some modules in the UK

Course Objectives

Introduction to Infrastructure in Emergencies (DL)*
Emergencies, Management and People (DL)*
Emergency Water Supply (DL)
Emergency Sanitation (DL)
Data Collection, Analysis and Research (DL)
Research Dissertation (DL) – 46 weeks OR 98 weeks
* Recommended modules to study first
Optional modules (choose 3)
Urban Infrastructure (DL)
Water Utilities Management (DL)
Environmental Assessment (DL)
Integrated Water Resource Management (DL)
Wastewater Treatment (DL)