This course provides information on Integrated Public Alert and Warning Systems (IPAWS) for Alerting Administrators. The goal of this course is to provide guidance to those becoming authorized Alerting Administrators for IPAWS.
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This interactive computer-based course provides an overview of FEMA’s environmental and historic preservation compliance responsibilities and is an independent study alternative to the 4-day E/L253 course held at the Emergency Management Institute or in the regional offices.
This course introduces participants to the concepts and principles of the National Mitigation Framework. The goal of this course is to familiarize participants with the National Mitigation Framework, which outlines how the nation can expand its commitment to mitigation and strengthen resilience.
Anticipating Hazardous Weather and Community Risk, 2nd Edition provides emergency managers and other decision-makers with background information about weather, natural hazards, and preparedness.
IS-280: Overview of: Engineering Principles and Practices for Retrofitting Flood-Prone Residential Structures, FEMA Publication 259, 3rd Edition
This course serves as an overview of the contents of the revised FEMA P-259, Engineering Principles, and Practices for Retrofitting Flood-Prone Residential Structures.
This course will enable learners to successfully use the Substantial Damage Estimator 3.0 tool. Successful use is defined as accurately populating the electronic forms within the tool; saving individual-structure and community-wide data; running all reports available in the tool;
This training is designed to help assist tribal, local, and State officials in making substantial damage determinations in accordance with the NFIP using the FEMA Substantial Damage Estimator (SDE) software.
This course is part of the comprehensive training program for the FEMA eGrants system. This course is the second in the series of Independent Study (IS) courses for eGrants and will address the functions in the eGrants External System used by Applicants.
The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates individuals about disaster preparedness and trains and organizes teams of volunteers that can support their communities during disasters.
IS-318, Mitigation Planning for Local and Tribal Communities (also referred to as Hazard Mitigation Planning), is a course offered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).