International Models of Emergency Management

ArWEbinars 2021e you an emergency management professional or a student of emergency management? Have you been curious or ever considered how other nations manage risk, response, and recovery?

Building upon the International Crisis and Emergency Management Series from 2020, Capacity Building International (CBI) has partnered with TIEMS to launch a webinar series in 2021.

Throughout 2021, there will be a recurring monthly series of webinars that will highlight, compare, and contrast various European/International/National domestic emergency management models. Guests will present their different models, approaches, and systems used in emergency management. This webinar series will be an excellent opportunity to hear from experts in different countries around the world.

We staretd with an introduction of the program for 2021 on the 4th of February, and all the videos of the webinars will be uploaded to the following link: TIEMS & CBI Webinar 2021 Videos
Webinar Dates 2021
 Topic Presenter(s)    Recording

     24th February


      TIEMS International Certification - TQC

A Brief Introduction to TQC

TQC Detailed Description

TQC Newsletter

K. Harald Drager

Video 24th February 2021 

   11th March


     NATO Crisis Management

NATO Crisis Management and Disaster Response

The work of the NATO CMDR COE

Crisis Management vs. Emergency Management

Kyle King
Manlio Silvestri
Erik Benson


Video 11th March 2021

25th March


   India Crisis Management

Disaster Management in India:
Evolution, Experiences & Contemporary Challenges

Vinod Menon


Video 25th March 2021

       7th April        


  Czech Republic Crisis Management

Emergency Management Model in Czech Republic

Magda Koutkova


Video 7th April 2021

 22nd April 


   China Crisis Management

The New National Emergency Management Systems in China

Guosheng Qu


Video 22nd April 2021

7th May


Manchester Series on Covid-19

Covid19 Lessons Learned for Improved Future Pandemic Resilience

Responses to Covid-19: Implications for Emergency Managers

Renewing how we ‘do’ community resilience

K. Harald Drager

David Powell

Duncan Shaw

Manchester Series 

Video 7th May 2021

20th May


Finland Crisis Management

Civil Defence in Finland

Jarkko Häyrinen

Jyrki Ronkainen

 Pertti Woitsch


Video 20th May

24th May


France Crisis Management

French Crisis Management System

Jean - Paul Monet

Christian Sommade


Video 24th May

11th June


   Australia Crisis Management

Australian Emergency Management Arrangements

Russell Dippy


Video 11th June

25th June


United Kingdom Crisis Management

Rachel Ratcliffe 

Michael Eccleshall 

Ben Platt 


Video 25th June

9th July


Bulgaria Crisis Management


Col. Orlin Nikolov


Video 9th July

15th July Thailand Crisis Management Dr. Tavida Kamolvej


Video 15th July

23rd July


Kosovo Crisis Management

Nehat Koqinaj

12th  August

Pacific Disaster Center


Steve Recca
26th August

South Africa Crisis Management


 Roman Tandlich  
9th  September

Germany Crisis Management


Nina Koeksalan (BBK)   
23rd September

Future of Emeregncy Management

with University of Manchester


David Powell  
15th October

Future of Emeregncy Management

with University of Manchester


David Powell  
28th October

Smart Cities Disaster Response

The IMPETUS Projcet

Early November  Data Science Doa'a Taha   
Late November TBD  
Early December TBD    
Mid December TBD    

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Behind this initiative and joining TIEMS in these Webinars are Kyle King from CBI (Capacity Building International), and his brief bio is found below.

Founder anKyle Kingd Managing Director of Capacity Building International. Kyle King has spent 28 years in the emergency services and international security field with 8 of those years being with NATO. Certified in the US Department of Defense as a Chief Fire Officer, he helped design and build the first international DoD Fire and Emergency Services Certification Program for international students, and also served as the first Civil Emergency Advisor to support NATO Operations. Among his other accomplishments he worked to contribute to the development of NATO’s Security Force Assistance program and wrote NATO’s capacity building education and training program for Kosovo. Locations where he has worked in missions includes Bosnia, Afghanistan, Kosovo, and Ukraine. Mr. King holds a Masters in Diplomacy and Terrorism Studies as BS/BA in Public Administration as well as numerous certifications from US Department of Defense, NATO, and other institutions. Currently Mr. King is focused on supporting the Institute for Security Governance and international programs as well as being seconded to the Organization for Security Cooperation in Europe (OSCE).

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