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Community Planning for Disaster Recovery (AWR-356)

Community Planning for Disaster Recovery (AWR-356)

Delivery Date:
11/09/2018
Time:
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (US/Mountain)
Location:
Denver, Colorado
Instructor(s):
Paul Manson, Andrew Rumbach
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Course Description
Status:
FEMA Certified
Description:

Disaster Recovery is a complex, costly, and potentially lengthy process. Depending on the scope of a disaster, recovery efforts can last years and cost millions of dollars. Planning has a direct positive impact on a community’s ability to recover from disasters. Planning for disaster recovery before disasters occur can significantly speed up and facilitate the post-disaster recovery process.
Community Planning for Disaster Recovery is an eight-hour awareness-level course that provides facilitated discussions on key concepts for disaster recovery planning, including the benefits of pre-disaster planning, key elements, and the plan development process.  This course will prepare participants to initiate disaster recovery plans and participate in the long-term recovery planning process in their own communities through the review of case studies and existing disaster recovery plans.

Target Audience:
  • Government Administrative
  • Emergency Management
  • Public Works
  • Public Health
  • Transportation
  • Citizen/Community Volunteer
     
Course Level:
Awareness
Prerequisites:

None

Requirements:

N/A
 

Course Flyer:
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APA Credit Units:
6.5 Certification Maintenance
ASFPM Credit Units:
6.5 Continuing Education Credits
IACET Credit Units:
0.6 Continuing Education Units
Registration Information
Seats Available:
7
Registration Closes:
11/09/2018
Host Agency:
University of Colorado Denver
Contact Person:
Andrew Rumbach
andrew.rumbach@ucdenver.edu
Special Note:
Interested participants please contact:
Andrew Rumbach
andrew.rumbach@ucdenver.edu