The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is actively recruiting for participants to attend the E0580, Emergency Management Framework for Tribal Governments course at the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) campus in Emmitsburg, MD.
Representatives from Tribal Nations, in conjunction with FEMA training staff, developed this 4-day course to provide Tribal representatives with information and strategies to develop or improve emergency management programs and systems within their Tribal community. The course promotes the integration of all aspects of emergency management from preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation, into the planning process. The course will provide the knowledge and skills needed to improve the overall response to emergencies regardless of hazard, size, or complexity and improve the sustainability of Tribal communities and better protect Tribal citizens, lands, culture and sovereignty.
To enroll in the course, please complete FEMA Form 119-25-1, Admissions Application (available online at www.training.fema.gov, Emergency Management Institute), scan and e-mail the signed application to the EMI Admissions Office, at NETC-Admissions@fema.dhs.gov on or before February 10, 2016.