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A 4-day course that provides tribal emergency management/response personnel, tribal government employees, and tribal leaders with a basic understanding of emergency management principles and their role in leading and directing their tribes in developing and implementing comprehensive emergency management systems. Specific topics include identification and analysis of hazards, developing an emergency operations plan and other planning, assuring readiness through training and exercises, forming partnerships in the public and private sectors, and upgrading and sustaining emergency management capabilities.
NOTE: ICS 100 and 200 are strongly recommended prior to taking this course.
AUDIENCE: tribal emergency managers, tribal emergency response personnel, tribal government department heads, tribal government employees, tribal leaders.
E0580 Sample Agenda - PDF 132KB
During this 4-day course, tribal emergency management, response and government personnel will develop a deeper understanding of emergency management operations. Special emphasis is placed on developing standard operating procedures, using procedures to test operational readiness, and promoting the integration of emergency operations across all functional agency lines
NOTE: E/L580 is a mandatory prerequisite.
TARGET AUDIENCE: tribal community response personnel, tribal emergency managers, tribal government department heads, tribal government employees, tribal leaders.
E0581 Sample Agenda - PDF 127KB
This 4-day course provides tribal representatives with an understanding of reducing potential losses from natural or other hazards using mitigation opportunities and techniques, examples of mitigation success stories, 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.
NOTE: E/L580 is a mandatory prerequisite.
TARGET AUDIENCE: tribal emergency managers and tribal community planners, tribal leaders.
E0582 Sample Agenda - PDF 119KB
While tribal leaders are always encouraged to attend any of the EMI Tribal Curriculum courses, they may not have time to complete a 4-day course. This 4-hour overview is designed to meet the demanding schedule of elected and appointed tribal officials. The course will provide elected and appointed tribal officials with the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare their communities to respond to and recover from incidents and help tribal leaders understand how effective emergency management can improve the sustainability of their tribal community and better protect tribal citizens, lands, culture and sovereignty.
TARGET AUDIENCE: tribal elected officials; tribal council members; tribal chairs, presidents, governors, principal chiefs, appointed officials and tribal government department heads.
NOTE: Off-site (L) classes only. May be offered as pre-conference workshop, after delivery of L580, L581 or L582, or may be scheduled through EMI Preparedness Branch or the FEMA Regional Office.
L0583 Sample Agenda - PDF 112KB
This 2-day course provides tribal representatives with an understanding of how to develop and implement a Continuity of Operations program to ensure continuity of community essential functions across a wide range of emergencies and events. Topics include legal basis for continuity, continuity planning, determining essential functions, vital records management, and pan flu implications for continuity operations.
TARGET AUDIENCE: tribal emergency managers, tribal community response personnel, tribal government department heads, tribal government employees, tribal leaders.
NOTE: Off-site (L) classes only – scheduled through EMI Preparedness Branch
L0552 Sample Agenda - PDF 117KB