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ERIC Number: ED054436
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-May
Pages: 364
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The Civil Defense Director/Coordinator: An Orientation to the Position. A Program of Instruction for Local Civil Defense Coordinators.
Ruskjer, Nina L.
This Staff College home study course of programmed instruction consists of five units and final examination. It requires 12-20 hours for completion. The outline emphasizes the main points being taught, and the introduction page contains important teaching points. In a unit, each page contains a bit of instruction known as a frame. There are responses at the close of each frame, from which the learner must select the best. A separate point is taught in almost every frame. This point will be learned by a study of the total situation contained in the frame, including the responses. This course attempts to show concepts, indicate positive attitudes and approaches, and provide certain basic information. Unit 1 discusses the legal authority for the civil defense coordinator's job. Unit 2 discusses the relationship of the local civil defense coordinator to local, state, and federal governments. Unit 3 discusses the categories of work in which the civil defense coordinator will be involved. Unit 4 discusses the knowledge needed for the job, and Unit 5 gives sources of support for the coordinator. (Author/CK)
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Authoring Institution: Office of Civil Defense (DOD), Battle Creek, MI. Staff College.