G205 Recovery From Disaster: The Local Community Role

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Categories: RECOVERY TRAINING AND EXERCISE

This course provides an introduction to disaster recovery principles and includes current recovery practices and policies.  Case studies and activities are included in the course to support participant learning.  Access to and use of a variety of resources for recovery planning are taught in the course, including a FEMA online Community Recovery Management Toolkit (CRMT) and a Resource Library associated with the Recovery Pre-Disaster Planning Guide for Local Governments (RPPG-L) that contains links to model plans, templates, tools, lessons learned, best practices, and a range of supplemental reference materials and related pre-disaster planning and disaster recovery resources.

Class will begin at 8:00 a.m. and conclude at 5:00 p.m. each day at the Quality Inn, 1030 E Interstate Ave., Bismarck, ND.

There are no mandatory pre-requisites for this class; however, ICS 100 and IS 2900 are recommended.

NDDES will provide partial travel reimbursement to appropriate candidates.  We can cover hotel at state rate for the nights of January 6-8, and meal per diem for individuals who live or work in ND and travel > 50 miles.  We do NOT cover mileage.  A block of rooms has been reserved at the Quality Inn (701-223-1911) and will be held until December 23, 2019.  Ask for the "DES Recovery from Disaster" block.

Questions may be directed to Brenda Vossler or Larry Regorrah.

 

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