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DESCRIPTION:E0431 Understanding the Emergency Management Assistance
May 11-14\, 2015
This course enab
les emergency management personnel and response and recovery personnel fro
m all political jurisdictions to more effectively understand\, activate\,
implement\, and utilize the EMAC system.
The goal of this cours
e is to introduce emergency management personnel and response and recovery
personnel from all political jurisdictions to the EMAC process and assist
them in gaining familiarity and competency with the EMAC system so when a
n event occurs that requires activation of the EMAC system\, they know how
to proceed\; and what documentation and sources of information to use for
guidance in order to maximize use of all available resources.
ompletion of this course\, participants will be able to:
• Describe t
he requirements and provisions in the EMAC law.
• Describe the EMAC g
overnance structure and Member State roles and responsibilities.
plain the process for requesting and offering assistance through the EMAC
• Identify the recommended actions during each phase of the E
• Describe EMAC Operational Management and how the opera
tional elements work together.
• Summarize the process and procedures
for reimbursing resource providers.
The Emergency Management I
nstitute (EMI) awards 2.4 CEUs for completion of this course.
• Personnel from any political jurisdiction\, who can
be legally deployed through the EMAC system\, or
• Personnel officia
lly responsible for requesting and providing EMAC assistance\, or
ndividuals desiring a more comprehensive working knowledge of the EMAC sys
NOTE: In order to be considered for the class\, please lis
t one of these in Block 16 of the training application form - (FEMA) Form
Emergency Management Institute
tional Emergency Training Center (NETC)\,
Emmitsburg\, Maryland 21727
Complete a Federal Emergency Management A
gency (FEMA) Form 119-25-1\, General Admissions Application with student s
ignature and signature of supervisor or sponsoring agency official. Submit
the application through the State Emergency Management Training office wh
ich will mail\, scan\, or fax it to:
NETC Admissions Office (Room I-2
16825 South Seton Avenue
Emmitsburg\, MD 21727-8998
ne: (301) 447-1035
Fax: (301) 447-1658
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScri
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See the flyer for additional de
SUMMARY:E0431 Understanding the Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EM