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Course Name:
AWR 362 Flooding Hazards
Course Description:
Science and Preparedness is an awareness-level, eight-hour course that addresses the current science of the causes of floods (both meteorological and otherwise), flood forecasting, flood risk assessment, and best practices for preparation and mitigation for both short- and long-fuse flooding events. Key concepts and discussion topics will be reinforced with facilitator-led group activities that utilize real-world flood scenarios. These activities will illustrate the diverse challenges and complexities that can occur during actual flood events while building participants' experience and confidence in anticipating, heeding warnings, and responding to floods. The goal of this course is to prepare participants to recognize the conditions that lead to flood events, evaluate their community's risk, and prepare appropriately.
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Course Target Audience:
Emergency Management; Emergency Medical Services; Fire Service; Government Administrative; Law Enforcement; and Public Works.
Additional Information:
This is a virtual course offering from NDPTC
Event Dates:
5/9/2023 through 5/10/2023
Event Time:
12:00 PM to 4:00 PM each day
Event Location/Address:
1) This is a virtual offering from NDPTC, follow the registration link below. 2) Two day--four hours each day
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Point of Contact

Stephen Hughes
Phone Number:
(515) 725-3201
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