MGT412 – 15.00 Hours
|Details||07/07/22 – 07/08/22||Las Cruces, NM||LS MGT412 239||Register|
|Details||07/19/22 – 07/20/22||Los Angeles, CA||LS MGT412 240||Register|
|Details||07/20/22 – 07/21/22||Orlando, FL||LS MGT412 229||Register|
|Details||07/27/22 – 07/28/22||Notre Dame, IN||LS MGT412 237||Register|
|Details||08/23/22 – 08/24/22||Houston, TX||LS MGT412 241||Register|
|Details||08/24/22 – 08/25/22||Augusta, GA||LS MGT412 236||Register|
|Details||10/05/22 – 10/06/22||Anderson, SC||LS MGT412 242||Register|
|Details||10/19/22 – 10/20/22||Rocky Mount, NC||LS MGT412 249||Register|
|Details||11/14/22 – 11/15/22||San Diego, CA||LS MGT412 246||Register|
|Details||11/15/22 – 11/16/22||Conway, SC||LS MGT412 248||Register|
|Details||11/15/22 – 11/16/22||Virginia Beach, VA||LS MGT412 243||Register|
|Details||12/06/22 – 12/07/22||Oxford, OH||LS MGT412 247||Register|
|Details||01/26/23 – 01/27/23||Wilmington, NC||LS MGT412 250||Register|
This schedule is subject to change without notice. If you have not received confirmation of the class prior to the class start, please contact the division at (800) 423-8433 or email@example.com to get the latest schedule.
This course provides assistance to sport venue managers to prepare and/or enhance an evacuation plan to assist emergency responders in implementing flexible and scalable evacuation activities (i.e. evacuation, sheltering in place, or relocation). These emergency activities might occur in isolation or as a result of a larger, multi-entity response initiative. The course is highly innovative in that it builds multi-agency collaboration by delivering critical evacuation planning information.
This course meets Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) requirements for MGT412 Sport and Special Event Evacuation Training course #78405.
Note: Participants enrolled in a TEEX-Instructor Led Webinar must have access to a laptop or mobile device/tablet during the class session to participate in all course sessions as well as complete course testing and evaluations electronically.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Participants must be U.S. citizens. A FEMA Student ID is required to register for and participate in any training provided by FEMA agencies. All FEMA training providers, registration systems, and enrollment procedures are required to use this FEMA SID, which can be obtained at the following website: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid; or with TEEX assistance upon arrival for class.
Course Completion Requirements
Participants are required to score a 70% or better on the Post-Test and attend 80% of the course hours in order to receive a course certificate of completion.
Attendance is crucial in order to receive credit for this course. All participants must complete a registration form at the beginning of the course, sign the attendance roster for each day of the course, and complete the evaluation at the end of the course in order to receive a certificate of completion.
A FEMA Student ID is required to register for and participate in any training provided by FEMA agencies. All FEMA training providers, registration systems, and enrollment procedures are required to use this FEMA SID, which can be obtained at the following website: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid; or with TEEX assistance upon arrival for class.
Participants in a TCOLE credit course must complete the class in its entirety to receive TCOLE credit.
Successful completion of the following courses is recommended, but not required:
- IS–100: Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS)
- IS–200: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
- IS–700: National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
- IS–800B: National Response Framework, An Introduction
Note: Participants should read Evacuation Planning Guide for Stadiums, DHS, Fall 2008.
- Analyze the importance of a well-defined organizational structure for planning and managing a protective action, evacuation, or shelter-in-place situation.
- Analyze the core elements of planning for “How Best to Protect.”
- Evaluate the concepts of implementing a “How Best to Protect” event action plan for sport venues.
- Apply appropriate communication methods for delivering information.
- Apply a plan for training, exercises, and equipment that prepares venue staff for accomplishing protective actions.
- Evaluate a sport venue’s protective actions.
- Owners/Operators of arenas/venues
- Local government representatives
- Event management/operations staff
- Public relations and marketing
- Venue executives
- Public safety and emergency management agencies
- Risk management personnel
- Host community response personnel
- League administrators and officials
- Emergency Management
- Athletic department and sport team administrators
Continuing Education And Professional Credits
Note: Live Online Instructor-Led (webinar) courses are not eligible for TCOLE credit.
- 14.00 hours – Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)
- For DHS/FEMA Funded Courses, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 423-8433