May 2021 Offering
This course is currently locked from receiving new registrations.
- MGT415-V - Disaster Recovery in Rural Communities
- Date & Times
- May 27, 2021 from 8 AM - 12 PM; May 28, 2021 from 8 AM - 12 PM
This 8-hour instructor led course teaches community leaders and emergency managers in rural and tribal communities how to plan for and execute disaster recovery efforts. Upon implementation, this course will assist rural and tribal communities with expediting recovery efforts and facilitating the long-term economic success of their communities.
•Identify the phases of response, short-term, and long-term recovery and the important concepts of the National Disaster Recovery Framework, the National Response Framework, the Whole Community Approach to Disaster Recovery, and Recovery Support Functions, in relation to rural recovery.
•Understand and apply the principles and strategies for pre-disaster recovery planning and disaster mitigation.
•Apply critical thinking skills to a post-disaster scenario; differentiate between response and recovery tasks; and implement and manage short-term and intermediate disaster recovery.
•Implement a 7-step process for initiating long-term community recovery
•Evaluate LCTR projects, prioritize them, and articulate recovery visions to the community.
•Select LTCR leaders, identify and procure project/recovery funding, implement a LTCR plan, and maintain community investment in recovery goals.
*Participants are required to use their own computer, tablet, or smartphone during the course. No group settings.
- Max Attendance
- 30 (No Open Seats)
Virtual Instructor-Led Course
Virtual Instructor-Led Course, MO 65102
- POST Approved
- Target Audiences
- Public Health, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, Fire, and Medical (Hospital)
- Open To The Public
- None Set
- Registrant Notes
MUST ATTEND BOTH DAYS TO RECEIVE CREDIT AND HAVE INDIVIDUAL INTERNET ACCESSIBLE DEVICE.
Minimum of 20 students for course to be held.
Course registrants will be listed here along with their contributing role.
|Aguilar, Eric||Redlands police department|
|Akins, Jina||Jefferson Co. Emergency Mgt|
|Alvares, Marisa||Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments|
|Anderson, Thomas||MO State Park Rangers|
|Arnold, Austin||Springfield-Greene County OEM|
|Bohnert, Andrew||Stoddard County Emergency Management|
|Carpenter, Emily||State Emergency Management Agency|
|Crane, Justin||Cass County|
|Dawson, Jael||Johnson County EMA (VOL.) / Range Angels LLC|
|Dowis, Amy||Northwest Missouri Regional Council of Governments|
|Durham, Mercedes||Linn Fire Protection District|
|Fields, Cy||Monroe County Joint Communications|
|Grayson, Thomas||Perry County Emergency Management|
|Hampton, Dustin||Missouri Department of Natural Resources|
|Harris, Tammy||Citrus County Board of County Commissioners|
|Henson, Jennifer||City of Cape Girardeau|
|Lanning, Curtis||Livingston County Health Center|
|Mallory, Kristen||City of Strafford|
|Mantz, Jeremy||City of Perryville|
|McCabe, Zachary||St. Clair Special Emergency Services / Eureka Fire Protection Dist. SAR|
|Meyer, Thomas||Missouri State Highway Patrol|
|Miller, David||Laclede County COAD / CERT|
|Parker, Johnnita||Fresenius Medical Care|
|Pollock, Spencer||WY Office of Homeland Security|
|Rowinski, Aleksander||MO-1 DMAT|
|Schroeder, Korey||Team Rubicon, Operations Associate (MO, IL, IA)|
|Sexton, Jessica||Cape Girardeau Fire Department|
|Stanek, Adam||Lincoln County Emergency Management|
|Thomas, Michael||South Central Buchanan County/USCG AUX|