G270.4 – Recovery from Disaster: The Local Government Role
The goal of this two-day course is to explain the recovery process roles and responsibilities at the local government level and thus facilitate the development of a Disaster Recovery Plan. This course includes lectures, facilitator led discussions, and small group and individual activities. Participants will have the opportunities throughout the course to apply concepts learned through problem-solving activities and case studies.
- Increase local government awareness of issues involved in disaster recovery
- Identify types of local government officals who serve on the disaster recovery teams (DRTs)
- Identify the roles and responsibilities of disaster recovery team members
This course is best suited for a mixed audience of emergency managers and allied professionals who normally are involved in local recovery operations. These allied professionals include public works directors, building inspectors, housing officials, and community planners.
There are no required prerequisites for this course.
G270.4 – Recovery from Disasters: The Local Government Role is a required course for the FEMA Advanced Professional Series. Please visit the EMI Independent Study website for more information about this series and how to request your APS certificate of completion: http://training.fema.gov/emiweb/APS/
KDEM will set up a block of rooms at a hotel to be direct billed to us. These rooms will be available for Kansas residents traveling 60 miles or more to attend this training. Arrangements for lodging cannot be provided if participant is using Federal preparedness grant funds for this training. Residents outside of Kansas and private contractors are not eligible for direct-bill lodging provided by KDEM.
If you have a disability and need special accommodations in order to fully participate in any training activity, please contact the State Training Officer, Paula Phillips, at (785) 274-1413 or email@example.com, to discuss your specific needs.