On the third Thursday of every month, NDPTC hosts a gathering of staff, partners, trainers and collaborators. This month we will be demonstrating some of the tools being incorporated into a new FEMA certified course in development: LEVERAGING TOOLS FOR CONDUCTING DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS.
The overview will be given by Russ Shimooka of Booze Allen Hamilton. There will be a short presentation starting at 4 pm, followed by Q & A and a networking pau hana. Please feel free to join us for updates on this or any of our courses. Location: NPDTC Conference room, 828 Fort Street Mall, Suite 320. For more information please contact Marge Porter -- email@example.com
The University of Hawaii's Department of Urban and Regional Planning along with the American Planning Association's Hawaii Chapter will be hosting a job fair on the University of Hawaii at Manoa campus on April 11, 2014. NDPTC's James Burke will be there to answer all your questions about a career with the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center.
Since taking NDPTC's PER 304 Social Media for Natural Disaster Response and Recovery, Albany's police department has used social media as a two-way communication tool. According to Police Chief Robert Deardorff, he started out using the department's Facebook site to announce road closings and weather alerts, but since taking NDPTC's class on social media and talking to citizens, he has turned the page into what it is today — a more interactive venue between the department and residents. For more information on the story, click here