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This course describes the responsibilities and actions of Deployed Personnel, Resource Providers, Requesting States, and Assisting States. It highlights the suggested timelines to process EMAC reimbursement packages, an overview of eligible and ineligible costs, and suggestions for recouping costs from federally declared disasters.
Successful Course Completion Criteria:
Learners must complete all course modules, pass all learning checks, and pass the assessment with a minimum score of 70% to successfully complete the course, and receive CEUs, and a certificate of completion.
Teaching Methodology and Assessment: Blended approach incorporating visual, auditory, and kinesthetic activities.
Amount of Contact Time (in hours) needed to effectively complete this course: This course is expected to take the average learner approximately 2 hours to complete.
Number of CEUs to be offered: 0.1
The Practice and Implementation of EMAC provides an overview of EMAC history, legal framework, and the EMAC Process to include the 5 Phases: Pre-Event Preparation, Activation, Request and Offer, Response (Mobilization, Deployment, and Demobilization), and Reimbursement.
State Emergency Management with responsibilities for mutual aid and EMAC, EMAC A-Teams, and the EMAC Advisory Group.
EMAC Pre-Event Preparation for Resource Providers reviews steps that Resource Providers should take prior to an emergency or disaster. The course reviews the EMAC Process, EMAC's legal protections, Resource Provider training and exercise responsibilities, and describes the Mission Ready Package - what it is - as well as why and how Resource Providers should develop and maintain one.
Resource Providers: Response and recovery resource providers that may deploy through EMAC.
The National Guard, a critically requested resource across the United States in times of emergencies and disasters, deploys through EMAC in State Active Duty and Title 32. This course provides an overview of the EMAC Process, EMAC law, National Guard responsibilities throughout the EMAC Process, as well as insight into the unique aspects between State Emergency Management Agencies, EMAC, and the National Guard.
National Guard Commanders, Operations, Staff, Logisticians, other members of the National Guard, and State Emergency Management Agency personnel.
EMAC: Just in Time Training for Deploying Personnel is built upon lessons learned from EMAC deployments and is intended to be taken by response and recovery personnel prior to deployment on an EMAC mission. The course provides an overview of the EMAC Process, EMAC law, EMAC operational support structure as well as actions that should be taken during the Response Phase (to include Mobilization, Deployment, Demobilization), and the Reimbursement Phase.
Resource Providers and Deploying Personnel: Response and recovery resources that may potentially deploy through EMAC.
This course will familiarize you with the EMAC A-Team's structure, functions, roles, responsibilities, and provide experience in the EMAC Operations System.