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L0363 Multi-Hazard Emergency Management for Higher Education
Date: 5/14/2019 - 5/16/2019
Location: University of Mary, Bismarck, ND
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Course Goal:
To provide institutions of higher education with knowledge and planning strategies to better protect lives, property, and operations more effectively and efficiently within the context of comprehensive emergency management.

Course Objectives:
By the end of this training, participants should be able to:
Define comprehensive emergency management
Recognize the importance of an emergency planning as it relates to the unique needs of an Institution of Higher Education (IHE) and the functional capacities of an emergency management planning team
Identify hazards that present risks for IHEs and the impacts of those hazards
Identify the process and benefits of conducting a risk assessment
Create a partnership with internal and external stakeholders
Identify and assemble a planning team
Develop or revise a multi-hazard Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)
Develop and implement a strategy for training and testing an EOP

Target Audience:
The primary audience for this 3-day training is personnel from institutions of higher education who have responsibilities for creating, reviewing, implementing, and exercising EOPs. This includes personnel with the direct responsibility for emergency management as well as other campus personnel who may serve as members of the planning team.

The people who need to be trained are those who traditionally have experience in response strategies vs. planning strategies, and who have minimal experience in emergency management planning for institutions of higher education.

Secondary audiences include:
Stakeholders from the surrounding community
Target Audience:
Course Length:
3-day course

Course Methodologies:
Highly interactive presentations and class exercises coupled with numerous individual and small-group practice activities will help ensure that participants develop a high level of mastery in the class, and will facilitate the transfer of the relevant skills and knowledge.

IS100.c - Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS 100 https://training.fema.gov/IS/courseOverview.aspx?code=IS-100.c

Registrations should include "teams" of 4-8 participants per school. Individuals attending the class will be requested to use their cell phone for the primary course exercise. Please include cell phone number in your registration.

Registration will close March 22, 2019.

You will need to bring your FEMA SID number with you to class for the formal registration process. To get your FEMA SID please go to https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid. .