Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Ian Manock

 Ian Manock

MEmergMgt, 2002, CSU BSocSc(EmerMgt), 1997 CSU ADip EmergMgt, 1995 University of Tasmania

Profile

Ian Manock joined Charles Sturt University in 1999, having previously worked as a Regional Emergency Management Officer with the Tasmania State Emergency Service for eight years. In his position Ian was responsible for maintaining the preparedness of regional emergency management plans. He acted as an adviser to Local and State Government agencies and private industry in the preparation of local emergency management plans and procedures. Prior to joining the SES, Ian was a Senior Inspector of Police with the Royal Hong Kong Police Force. Ian was also an officer in the Royal Air Force. Ian has spoken on emergency management related issues at a number of State and National conferences and workshops and has had a number of emergency management papers published.

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Teaching

  • Master of Emergency Management
  • Graduate Diploma in Emergency Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Emergency Management
  • Bachelor of Emergency Management
  • Associate Degree in Emergency Management
  • Course Coordinator - Master of Emergency Management
  • Course Coordinator Bachelor of Emergency Management

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Research

  • Community resilience in post disaster/ emergency recovery management
  • The internet and social media as an emergency management
  • Emergency management education
  • Emergency Management Preparedness and Planning
  • Emergency Operations Management
  • Emergency/Disaster Recovery Management
  • Risk Management

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Publications

Manock, I. (2007). Your own backyard. In J. Keeney & K. Lobely (Eds), In case of emergency: How Australia deals with disasters and the people who confront the unexpected (pp. 20-23) Sydney: ETN-COM.

Manock, I. (2006). EM education in Australia. Emergency Management Canada, 2(3), 12.

Manock, I. (2006). More than just words: Enhancing community preparedness through work based tertiary education of emergency managers. Paper presented at the 16th World Conference on Disaster Management, June 2006 (CD-ROM). Toronto: Canadian Centre for Emergency Preparedness.

Manock, I. (2005). Marker's Web - An online resource that assists sessional markers. Paper presented at the 2005 Charles Sturt University Learning and Teaching Conference, June 2005 (CD-ROM). Bathurst: Charles Sturt University.

Ingham, V., Flynn, L., Mozer, M., & Manock, I. (2005) Meeting learner's needs: A blended learning approach in designing appropriate course resources. Paper presented at the 2005 ODLAA Conference, November 2005 (CD-ROM). University of South Australia & Charles Sturt University.

Manock, I. (2003). Sustainability: The emergency risk management context. Paper presented at the 2003 Australian Disaster Conference, September 2003 (CD-ROM). Canberra: Emergency Management Australia.

Manock, I. (2001). Tertiary Emergency Management Education in Australia. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 16(2), 4-6.

Manock, I. (2001). Tertiary Emergency Management Education in Australia. National Emergency Response, 16(1), 9-11.

Manock, I. (2001). Risk Management in Tertiary Education Institutions. Paper presented to the Australian Vice Chancellors' Committee Biennial OH&S Conference, July 2001. University of Sydney.

Manock, I. (2001). Risk Management in Tertiary Education Institutions. Master of Emergency Management Dissertation. Charles Sturt University.

Manock, I. (2000). Recovery Management: A Community Approach. Master of Emergency Management Dissertation. Charles Sturt University.

Manock, I. (1997). Risk Management In An Essential Service Lifelines Management Context. Bachelor of Social Science (Emergency Management) Dissertation. Charles Sturt University.

Manock, I. (1997). Planning For Mitigation. Paper presented to the Australian National Senior Executives Briefing, May 1997. EMA: Australian Emergency Management Institute.

Manock, I. (1997). Tasmanian Lifelines Project. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, Autumn 1997. Emergency Management Australia.

Manock, I. (1996). Tasmanian Lifelines Project. Paper presented to the National Lifelines Workshop, July 1996. EMA: Australian Emergency Management Institute.

Manock, I. (1996). Tasmanian Lifelines Project. Paper presented to the 1996 AURISA Conference, Hobart.

Manock, I. (1996) Tasmanian Lifelines Project - Launceston Lifelines Project Report. Hobart: Tasmania State Emergency Service.

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Memberships and Associations

  • Member of the Australian Institute of Emergency Services
  • Member of the International Association of Emergency Managers
  • Member of the Royal Air Forces Association

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