FEMA - IEMC: Planned Events (E922)
Aug 26-29, 2013
This course uses the IEMC format of lectures and exercises to help a community successfully prepare for a Planned Event. Planned Events are scheduled non-emergency activities that may place a strain on community resources and require special preparation in order to assure the public is protected while traveling to the events, attending these events, or simply residing near the event’s location. Depending on the size of the community, these events can include county fairs, festivals, holiday celebrations, conferences, or political, religious, and sporting events. Events like these often place stress on normal community/organization infrastructure that are tantamount to an emergency, and may result in significant negative consequences if another natural or technological emergency should occur while the Planned Event is in progress. Jurisdictions, both large and small, across the Nation are involved in scheduling and planning events that greatly impact a community for several hours or days. All Planned Events are enhanced by sufficient planning and organization using the principles and concepts outlined in the National Incident Management System (NIMS).
This course is for State, local, and tribal officials, as well as others who are responsible for security and safety of Planned Events within a community (Event Planning Committee members, EOC Management and Planning staff, IMT Planning and Command Staff, Emergency Management Agency staff, Public Information Officers, Local Elected and Appointed Officials, Venue Sponsor Staff, Convention and Visitors Bureau Staff, and Transportation Planners).
Recommended: IS-15.b, Special Events Contingency Planning for Public Safety Agencies; IS-100.b, Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS), ICS-100; and IS-200.b, Incident
Command System (ICS) for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, ICS-200.
Credit Hours: 2 hours
Level: LD or Associate
Curriculum: Emergency Management
Course Length: 4 days
The form used to apply to take an EMI course is the General Admissions Application Form (FEMA Form 119-25-1 [formerly FEMA Form 75-5]. Forms can be downloaded from the EMI web site (www.training.fema.gov/apply) or obtained from State and local emergency management offices, FEMA regional offices, or the NETC Office of Admissions. Please fill out all blanks on the application form or it will be returned.
There are no tuition fees for EMI on-campus or offsite courses. All instruction, course materials, and housing (for most participants) are provided at no cost. Participants from other countries, other Federal agencies, and most participants from private industry or contractors to State, local, or tribal governments must pay their own transportation and lodging fees. All participants are responsible for the cost of cafeteria meals provided and for personal, incidental expenses.
POC for this course or any other information:
Douglas Kahn, email email@example.com