Disaster Recovery in Rural Communities (MGT-415) (04-11-0415) - 002

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Brief Description
Teaches leaders and emergency managers in rural communities to plan for disaster recovery efforts.
Full Description
Description:
This 8-hour course teaches community leaders and emergency managers in rural communities how to plan for and execute disaster recovery efforts. Upon implementation, this course will assist rural communities with expediting disaster recovery efforts and facilitating the long-term economic success of their communities. Examples from Hurricane Katrina and towns devastated by tornadoes will be used as case studies to examine why communities were successful or unsuccessful in their recovery efforts.

Course Objectives:
• Identify the phases of response, short-term, and long-term recovery and the important concepts of the National Disaster Recovery Framework, the National Response Framework, the Whole Community Approach to Disaster Recovery, and Recovery Support Functions, in relation to rural recovery.
• Understand and apply the principles and strategies for pre-disaster recovery planning and disaster mitigation.
• Apply critical thinking skills to a post-disaster scenario; differentiate between response and recovery tasks; and implement and manage short-term and intermediate disaster recovery.
• Implement a 7-step process for initiating long-term community recovery
• Evaluate LCTR projects, prioritize them, and articulate recovery visions to the community.
• Select LTCR leaders, identify and procure project/recovery funding, implement a LTCR plan, and maintain community investment in recovery goals.

Target Audience:
• Emergency Management
• Emergency Medical Services
• Fire Service
• Law Enforcement
• Health Care
• Public Health

Prerequisites:
You must be a US Citizen to take this course. If you are not, please let us know by email for further instruction at OEM.TRAINING@DHSES.NY.GOV
All participants must have a FEMA Student Identification (FEMA SID) number. Students can search for their existing/create a new FEMA SID at: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid/

Any and all other prerequisite requirements will be managed by the consortium provider. If any additional prerequisites are required as part of the enrollment process the consortium partner will contact you directly prior to the course.

Cost:
There is no fee for the course. Food, lodging & transportation costs are the responsibility of the participant.

Completion:  
Participants who actively participate and attend all course contact hours will receive a Certificate of Attendance for the course.
Training Dates
03/26/2024 - 03/27/2024
Prerequisites
Are you a United States citizen?
Please select your jurisdiction
Do you require reasonable accommodations in order to attend this course (if you select yes then you will be contacted by our office before the first day of class to discuss further).
Please select your discipline.
Registration Dates
10/28/2023 - 03/05/2024
Available Seats
13
Hours
8h 0m
Fee
None Specified
Training Location
Statewide/Virtual
NY  
Reporting Instructions
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Dress is business casual.  
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No Show Policy: Failure to attend a class you have registered for can result in restriction on future course attendance and agency notification. It is the student's responsibility to notify us in a timely manner if you cannot attend.

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