SAME DAY EVENTS:
Wetland Assessment, Restoration and Management (CSP3106)
L930 IEMC/Community Specific: Chesapeake, VA
L102 Science of Disaster
L101 Foundations of Emergency Management
E930 IEMC, Community Specific
E273 Managing Floodplain Development Through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Social Media for Natural Disaster Response & Recovery (PER-304)
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Floodplain Administrator 101
|8/21/2017 - 8/24/2017 |
|E580 Emergency Management Framework for Tribal Governments
|Location: Emmitsburg, MD
This is a 4-day resident course
Emergency Management Institute (EMI)
National Emergency Training Center (NETC)
16825 S. Seton Ave.
Emmitsburg, MD 21727
This 4-day course will provide tribal representatives with the information and strategies to develop or improve emergency management programs and systems within their tribal community. The course promotes the integration of all aspects of emergency management—from preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation—into the planning process. The course will provide the knowledge and skills needed to improve the overall response to emergencies regardless of hazard, size, or complexity, and improve the sustainability of their tribal community and better protect tribal citizens, lands, culture, and sovereignty.
Selection Criteria: The target audience for this course includes, but may not be limited to:
- Describe the legal and financial responsibilities for emergency planning and management.
- Identify each emergency management phase and describe the tasks that are appropriate for each phase.
- Describe how each emergency management phase fits into the emergency planning process.
- Conduct a hazard analysis to quantify the risk to the tribe from the most common hazards.
- List critical capabilities required to minimize the risk to tribal members from identified hazards.
- Develop a list of areas in their emergency management systems that require updating based on the information and strategies.
The course will be limited to federally or state-recognized tribal government representatives. Exceptions are authorized by the Course Manager only.
- Tribal personnel who are responsible for overseeing the emergency planning and emergency management processes.
- Tribal personnel who may be assigned to a leadership or support position in emergency management or operations.
- Tribal council members, tribal leaders, and others who are responsible for the safety and security of the tribal population.
Prerequisites: Recommended: IS0100.b, Introduction to the Incident Command System; IS0200.b, Incident Command System for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents; IS0700.a, National Incident Management System, An Introduction; and IS0800.b, National Response Framework, An Introduction
CECs: 12 CECs for CFMs
Course attendance is free, but registration is required. If admitted to the course, FEMA will reimburse local, state, U.S. territory, and tribal government employees for transportation to attend the course, provide free lodging on campus, and free shuttle to/from nearby airports to the EMI campus. The only out of pocket cost for local, state, U.S. territory, and tribal government employees to participate will be for their time, and the on-campus meal ticket (approximately $110/week).
Register here, create a FEMA Student Identification Number (if you don't already have one), then follow instructions to apply for an on-campus course. Applications should be submitted a least 4 weeks prior to the course date. Admissions: 301-447-1000, firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants should wait for their confirmation letter from EMI with their admission status prior to making travel arrangements.