E0582, Mitigation for Tribal Governments
May 22-25, 2017, in Emmitsburg, MD
Any tribe that wishes to request a disaster declaration directly from FEMA and the White House will need to have a FEMA-approved Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan. This course will teach you how to develop your Hazard Mitigation Plan.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is recruiting participants for a course designed for Tribal employees who have emergency management responsibilities, have already completed the Emergency Management Framework for Tribal Governments, E/L0580, and are interested in expanding their skills to help protect their tribal members, lands and culture.
Mitigation for Tribal Governments (E0582) has been designed by FEMA training staff, in conjunction with representatives from tribal nations, to give Tribal governments a foundation for reducing or preventing potential losses from natural or other hazards. This 4-day course provides tribal representatives with an understanding of mitigation opportunities and techniques, the mitigation planning process, examples of mitigation success stories to reduce future losses from natural or other hazards, and an overview of available FEMA Mitigation Programs.
Primary emphasis is on helping tribal emergency managers and planners identify mitigation planning requirements and identifying mitigation opportunities to protect their communities.
INTENDED AUDIENCE: tribal community response personnel, tribal emergency managers, tribal planners, and tribal leaders.
This course is being offered May 22-25, 2017, at FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, MD. Please note that completion of E/L0580, Emergency Management Framework for Tribal Governments, is a mandatory prerequisite for this class. Your application must include the date from your certificate of completion for E/L0580.
All instruction, course materials, and housing are provided at no cost. FEMA will also reimburse participants for a 21-day pre-purchased nonrefundable ticket for round-trip transportation by common carrier (economy, coach class, or less). First class and business class airline tickets will not be reimbursed. If participants choose to drive, they will be reimbursed the current federal privately owned vehicle mileage rate not to exceed the allowable airfare cost. Participants must purchase an on-campus meal ticket for approximately $130 that includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and morning/afternoon breaks for the week.
To enroll in the course, simply complete FEMA Form 119-25-1, Admissions Application (available online at www.training.fema.gov/Apply/), scan, sign, and e-mail it to NETCAdmissions@fema.dhs.gov or fax it to EMI Admissions Office, 301-447-1658, no later than April 21, 2017. It is advisable to apply via e-mail AND fax to ensure you are registered by the deadline. Tribal representatives do not need to submit Admissions Applications to the State or FEMA Regional Office.
NOTICE: You will be required to enter a FEMA Student Identification Number (SID) on your EMI application in Block #3. If you do not have a FEMA SID, please obtain an SID by going to https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid/
If you have questions concerning the admissions process, contact the NETC Admissions Office at NETCAdmissions@fema.dhs.gov or 301 447-1035.
If you have questions regarding the course content, please contact Katie Hirt at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 301-447-1164.