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Refer to the National Emergency Training Center Welcome Package for guidance on COVID protections at the NETC campus,
and the CDC Coronavirus page for the latest updates on the pandemic response.

We will be performing scheduled maintenance on Tuesday, May 31, 2022 starting at 8:00 AM ET. This will be an EXTENDED OUTAGE. Service is expected to be restored by 4:00 PM ET. However, this could run over. During this time Independent Study exams, The Online Admissions Application, IMDA, and STAR will not be available. Please contact us if you experience any issues outside of this maintenance window.


Mitigation Curriculum

  • The Mitigation Curriculum provides training for Federal, State, local, and tribal governments that are working to eliminate or reduce the long-term risk to human life and property posed by earthquakes, floods, tornadoes, dam failures, landslides, hurricanes, and other natural hazards.
  • The curriculum includes training courses of varying lengths. Resident offerings* generally last 4 days while field* courses last 1 to 2 days. Some offerings are appropriate only for resident delivery because they require instruction by representatives of a number of Federal agencies and facilitators located in the Washington, DC, area.
  • Many of the courses offered in this curriculum area directly support the training requirements of Federal
    programs, such as the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), the National Hurricane Program, and the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP). Participants in these courses learn about program regulations and policies and are provided with the tools and techniques for implementing mitigation strategies.

Note:

  • Resident Offerings: Courses delivered on EMI campus
  • Field Offerings: Courses delivered off EMI campus

 
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