Dear USET/USET SPF Family,
Developing Generational Resiliency Through Training is the theme FEMA’s ninth annual Tribal Nations Training Week. This weeklong training event will be held March 9-16, 2024 in Anniston, AL on the Center for Domestic Preparedness campus.
The training is fully funded for Tribal personnel working in an emergency response capacity, to include roundtrip transportation, meals, and lodging to attend the training.
Courses being offered include:
- Healthcare Leadership for Mass Casualty Incidents (HCL)
- Hospital Emergency Response Training for Mass Casualty Incidents (HERT)
- Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response – Operations
- Integrated Emergency Management Course (IEMC)
- Emergency Management Framework for Tribal Governments (L580)
- Community Based Response to All-Hazards Threats in Tribal Communities (MGT-449)
- Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment and Stakeholder Preparedness (THIRA)
To register for the 2024 Tribal Nations Training Week, email David.Hall@fema.dhs.gov
During the week an executive session including a Tribal Leaders Symposium, followed by Continuity of Government Operations Planning for Rural Communities, NIMS Overview for Senior Officials, a closed listening session with FEMA Headquarters and the Department of Homeland Security’s Tribal Advisory Council, a workshop discussion on the disaster declaration process and its requirements, and a Senior Officials Workshop for All-Hazards Preparedness will be featured for Tribal Leaders or their designated representatives.
Additional information can be found here, including a more detailed description of the courses listed above.