Preparing for crises with online security management education
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Rising incidences of global terrorism and major criminal activities have underscored the need for high quality professional education in security risk and security technology as components of crisis management. This demand for human resource development about security management is reflected by a professional security education course developed by a Western Australian university. Learning materials developed for this course have unique attributes which include constructivist learning principles designed to provide realistic simulations and interactivity. A unit in physical security is featured to illustrate the learning processes and interactive activities incorporated into the development of these online interactive activities. Implications for HRM adopting Technologically Mediated Learning to prepare for crisis management in South East Asian communities are discussed.
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