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MGT 383 Emergency Operations Plans for Rural Jurisdictions

Course Description

This 8-hour planning and management-level course is designed to provide rural first responders with the knowledge and skills to develop an emergency operations plan (EOP) for their local jurisdiction or region. Participants are provided with knowledge on the planning process, the different types of emergency operations plan formats, and the components of each. Participants engage in scenarios that are designed to reinforce the lessons learned and to enable them to determine the best format for their particular jurisdiction and to organize the various planning components into an EOP. Register for a class by selecting a class date from the Training Schedule, click on the Registration link above the course description to access a registration form for that class. Request a new class to be scheduled in your area by submitting a Request a Course form.    

Course Prerequisites

*Participant must be a U.S. citizen, *IS 100 Introduction to Incident Command System, *IS 200 ICS for Single Resources & Initial Action Incidents, *IS 700 National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction, *IS 701 NIMS Multiagency Coordination System (MACS) Course, *IS 800 National Response Framework, An Introduction, and *IS 235 Emergency Planning are strongly recommended.

Audience

Emergency ManagementFire ServiceGovernmental AdministrativeHealthcareLaw EnforcementPublic Health

Core Capabilities

Access Control and Identity VerificationCommunity ResilienceCritical TransportationCybersecurityHousingInfrastructure SystemsInterdiction and DisruptionLong-term Vulnerability ReductionMass Care ServicesOperational CommunicationsOperations CoordinationPhysical Protective MeasuresPlanningPublic Health, Healthcare and Emergency Medical ServicesRisk and Disaster Resilience AssessmentRisk Management for Protection, Programs and ActivitiesScreening, Search, and DetectionSituational AssessmentSupply Chain Integrity and SecurityThreat and Hazard Identification