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Foundations of Emergency Management (L-101)

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recognizes the need to tie training programs to an established set of emergency management competencies and to a career development program through a progressive training and education system that includes the entry-level Academy, called the National Emergency Management Basic Academy. Training objectives for this course, Foundations of Emergency Management, are based on the newly established Emergency Manager competencies that the National Emergency Management Association (NEMA); the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM); and local, State, territorial, and tribal emergency management professionals have established in coordination with the Emergency Management Institute (EMI).

The following topics in emergency management are covered in this course: legal issues; intergovernmental and interagency context; influencing, organizing, social vulnerability issues; managing stress; collaboration, preparedness; team building; mitigation; response; prevention and protection; ethical decision-making; recovery; technology; administration; and the future.

Course Description

FEMA recognizes the need to tie training programs to an established set of emergency management competencies and to a Career Development Program through a progressive training and education system that includes the entry-level Academy, called the National Emergency Management Basic Academy. Training objectives for this course are based on the newly established emergency manager competencies that the National Emergency Management Association; the International Association of Emergency Managers; and state, local, territorial, and tribal emergency management professionals have established in coordination with EMI.

The following topics in emergency management are covered in this course: history; legal issues; intergovernmental and interagency context; influencing and organizing; social vulnerability issues; managing stress; collaboration, preparedness, and team-building; mitigation, response, prevention, and protection; ethical decision-making; recovery; technology; administration; and the future.

Selection Criteria: This course is intended for newly appointed emergency managers from Federal, state, local, tribal, territorial, and emergency management agencies, and prospective professionals transferring from another discipline to emergency management.

Course Objectives

  • Describe the foundations of emergency management in the United States, including its history, doctrine, and principles, and the role of the emergency manager.
  • Identify and explain legal issues in emergency management, including legal authorities for emergency management, potential legal issues, and strategies for avoiding legal risk.
  • Describe the intergovernmental and interagency context of emergency management, including the roles of Federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government organizations, individuals and households, the private sector, and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in the emergency management network.
  • Explain key factors in serving the whole community, including trends that contribute to disaster complexity, demographic characteristics that influence the disaster needs of community members, and strategies for building the resilience of the whole community.
  • Describe how to employ stress management techniques in an organization; both routinely and during or after an incident or period of organizational change.
  • Explain the function of collaboration in emergency management, including benefits of and challenges to collaboration in emergency management, strategies and tools for building collaborative relationships, and a process for collaborative problem-solving.
  • Explain the relationship between whole community preparedness and achieving Core Capabilities in the Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response, and Recovery Mission Areas.
  • Describe key aspects of the Prevention and Protection Mission Areas, including the nature of the missions, guiding principles, and planning issues.
  • Describe key aspects of the Mitigation Mission Area, including:

- How Mitigation supports Preparedness.

- Roles and contributions of Mitigation partners at all levels.

- The Mitigation planning process.

- Strategies for building local support for Mitigation.

  • Describe key aspects of the Response Mission Area, including emergency operations planning, initial response actions, resource management, and managing complex incidents.
  • Describe key aspects of the Recovery Mission Area, including disaster recovery operations, Federal recovery programs, and emotional recovery strategies for the community.
  • Describe the use of technology in support of emergency management, including:

- Communications technologies.

- Technologies for enhancing emergency management.

- Technologies for communicating with the public.

  • Describe administration in emergency management, including staffing, budgeting and accounting for resources, and information management.
  • Apply emergency management knowledge, team-building, and people management skills in a simulated environment.

Mission Areas

  • Common

Disciplines

  • Emergency Management

Primary Core Capability

Operational Coordination
 
Details
Date(s)  Mon. Mar 06, 2023 0800-1700 
Tue. Mar 07, 2023 0800-1700 
Wed. Mar 08, 2023 0800-1700 
Thu. Mar 09, 2023 0800-1700 
Fri. Mar 10, 2023 0800-1700 
Location Wake Tech Public Safety Training Center - Wake County
321 Chapanoke Road, Raleigh NC 27603 
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Handicap Accessibility Yes
WiFi Access  
Offered By North Carolina Division of Emergency Management 
Primary Instructor FED, Direct Delivery 
Course Length 5 days 
Course Hours 40 
CEUs  
Award Credentials
Prerequisites Developing and Managing Volunteers (IS-00244.b)
Emergency Planning (IS-00235.c)
An Introduction to Exercises (IS-00120.c)
Introduction to Incident Command System ICS-100 (IS-00100.c)
An Introduction to the National Incident Management Sys (IS-00700.b)
Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response (IS-00200.c)
National Response Framework An Introduction (IS-00800.d)
Fundamentals of Emergency Management (IS-00230.e)
Effective Communication (IS-00242.c)
Decision Making and Problem Solving (IS-00241.c)
Leadership and Influence (IS-00240.c)
Required current version of each below IS0240.c: Leadership and Influence IS0241.b: Decision-Making and Problem-Solving IS0242.c: Effective Communication IS0244.B: Developing and Managing Volunteers IS0100.c: An Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS 100 IS0120.c: An Introduction to Exercises IS0200.c: Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response IS0230.e: Fundamentals of Emergency Management IS0700.b: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System IS0800.d: National Response Framework, An Introduction IS0235.C: Emergency Planning
Equivalent Prerequisites G-100, NC189, G100, SURRY-CL-ICS100mapw2, SURRY-CL-ICS100mapw3, SURRY-CL-ICS100mapw1
Maximum Participants 25
# Open Seats 4
# on Wait List 12
Attachments NCEM Travel Packet

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