AWR330 – 6.00 Hours
|03/26/24 – 03/26/24
|FP AWR330 6
|04/10/24 – 04/10/24
|FP AWR330 9
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 (866) 878-8900 or [email protected] to get the latest schedule.
Through guided discussions, individual and group activities, the AWR-330 Whole Community Emergency Management Planning Course helps participants identify and better understand the stakeholders and resources within their communities. Students will learn to develop strategies to better incorporate stakeholders into their emergency planning process, with a goal of increasing individual, community, and national resilience to all hazards.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Course Completion Requirements
Participants are required to score 70% or better on the Post-Test in order to receive a course certificate of completion.
Participants will need access to a laptop or mobile device/tablet during the course in order to complete course testing and evaluations electronically.
Participants Must Provide
- A FEMA SID is required to register and participate in any training provided by FEMA. The FEMA SID will serve as your unique identifier and be used to maintain the record of FEMA trainings you attend.
- Register for a FEMA SID at https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid
- Photo identification at the start of class. See the Participant Handbook for approved forms of identification and additional guidelines.
Class attendance is an essential part of the education process and participants in TEEX courses are expected to attend a minimum of 80% of the class hours as component of successful course completion.
- IS-100.C: Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS 100
- IS-200.C: Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response, ICS 200
- TEEX MGT-312 Senior Officials Workshop for AllHazards Preparedness
Upon successful completion, you will be able to:
- Be able to articulate how Whole Community Inclusion concepts assist in building resilient and prepared communities.
- Develop methods for engaging all parts of the community and strengthening what works well on a daily basis.
- Will be able to explain the importance of preparedness activities in the context of comprehensive emergency management planning and whole community inclusive planning.
This management level course is designed for senior-elected and appointed officials and other stakeholders who may be called upon to make critical decisions during a natural, technological, or human-caused catastrophe. It may also include executives from other community entities, both public and private, that are likely to be involved in disaster response. These include, but are not limited to:
- Elected Officials
- Tribal Officials
- Senior Appointed Officials
- Chiefs/Department Heads
- Emergency Management Directors
- Educational Institution Administrators
- Public and Private Sector Executives
- Public Health and Health Care Officials
- Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
- State/Federal Agency Representatives’
- Public Information Officers (PIO)
This seminar is fully funded through DHS/FEMA and comes at no direct cost to the jurisdiction, and is delivered at a time and place requested by the jurisdiction.
Course Size: 25-40 participants
Course Length: 6 Hours