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AWR 308 Natural Disaster Awareness for Caregivers of Sr Citizens
Course Description:
Senior Citizens are particularly vulnerable to natural hazards. This will enhance the awareness of vulnerability factors associated with senior citizens.
Event Location/Address:
Virtual
City and County:
 -  Other     (District 0)
Additional Information:
This is a virtual offering from NDPTC, follow the registration link below.
Course Dates:
7/24/2024   through   7/24/2024    -   (1:00 PM  to  5:00 PM)
Registration Information:
https://ndptc.hawaii.edu/training/delivery/3723/
Course Contact:
Lydia  Morikawa      ndptc-operations@lists.hawaii.edu      2694666431
ICS 300 Intermediate
Course Description:
This course provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the Incident Command System. This course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses.
Event Location/Address:
Polk County Emergency Managment 1907 Carpenter Avenue
City and County:
Des Moines  -  POLK     (District 1)
Additional Information:
1) This facility takes a whole block, with Polk County Public Health on the front (south side of bldg) Free street parking is available as well. https://www.polkcountyiowa.gov/emergency-management/about-us/location-facilities/ 2) Lunch is on your own adequate time will be provided 3) This multi-day course is supported with Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP) funding. You may request lodging reimbursement if you traveled an excess of 50 miles one-way and are an Iowa resident. Requests are ba
Course Dates:
7/29/2024   through   7/31/2024    -   (8:00 AM  to  4:30 PM)
Course Contact:
HSEMD Training Staff    -    visit our contact information page
MGT 324-C Campus Emergencies Prevention, Response and Recovery
Course Description:
The goal of this course is to assist the campus community and the neighboring jurisdiction in developing the necessary decision-making skills to prevent, protect, mitigate the effects of, respond to, and recover from a an active shooter situation or other campus emergency. This course is an adapted, Zoom-friendly version of our traditional MGT-324-C course.
Event Location/Address:
Virtual
City and County:
 -  Other     (District 0)
Additional Information:
*Note: This course is an eight hour-long course delivery over two consecutive days. Each day is four hours long. 1) Minimum 20; maximum 45 students 2) Access code: NCBRT324 3) Course ID: 31436
Course Dates:
7/29/2024   through   7/30/2024    -   (10:00 AM  to  2:00 PM)
Registration Information:
https://train.ncbrt.lsu.edu/Student/Register?ClassID=31436
Course Contact:
LSU  NCBRT      webmaster@ncbrt.lsu.edu      (515) 725-3204
MGT 310 Jurisdictional THIRA
Course Description:
This 2-day course will prepare participants to conduct a Jurisdictional Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA). Participants will identify threats and hazards of jurisdictional concern, give those threats and hazards context, establish capability targets, and determine how to apply the THIRA results.
Event Location/Address:
Wapello County EMA 2417 Emma St
City and County:
OTTUMWA  -  WAPELLO     (District 5)
Additional Information:
1) FEMA / SID Number: Students must register and bring a copy of their SID number to class. Register online: cdp.dhs.gov/femasid. 2) All other travel-meal expenses will be on your own, adequate time will be provided. 3) Follow the link below to register. Facility questions: Tim Richmond, 641-814-8333, ema@wapellocounty.org
Course Dates:
7/29/2024   through   7/30/2024    -   (8:00 AM  to  4:30 PM)
Registration Information:
https://my.teex.org/TeexPortal/?MO=mExtLogin
Course Contact:
Thomas  Gore      Thomas.Gore@teex.tamu.edu      (410) 972-1709
AWR 347 Climate Adaptation Planning for Emergency Management
Course Description:
Building awareness of future climate hazards and impacts that the emergency services sector may face is very important. This course helps emergency services and the community better prepare for the climate adaptations necessary and systems vulnerabilities that may occur from hazard impacts. Participants will be able to describe the principles of climate adaptation planning for emergency management and existing first response processes and will be able to discuss the impact of weather on critical infrastructure and key resources while explaining the concurrent effects of climate change on those impacts. Participants will also gain an understanding of how to identify and apply adaptation strategies to address local emergency services sector vulnerabilities. The course is also designed to provide opportunities for participants to learn about various resources that can be used to implement local climate adaptation strategies in their communities.
Event Location/Address:
Virtual
City and County:
 -  Other     (District 0)
Additional Information:
1) This is a virtual offering from NDPTC, follow the registration link below. 2) Two days--four hours each day
Course Dates:
7/29/2024   through   7/30/2024    -   (1:00 PM  to  5:00 PM)
Registration Information:
https://ndptc.hawaii.edu/training/delivery/3701/
Course Contact:
Melissa  Penerya      ndptc-operations@lists.hawaii.edu      2694666431
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