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FEMA PER 386: Whole Community Inclusive Economic Recovery

September 28 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm EDT

FEMA PER 386, is an introduction to economic recovery planning using a whole community approach, in which the entire community works together in planning for economic recovery.   

This free virtual 4.5 hour course is designed to increase awareness of how inclusive collaborations with diverse populations can enhance community resilience and safety; and will introduce overarching tools, strategies, and opportunities to engage in the economic recovery (pre)-planning process through practical application.   

Target Audience: Individuals or groups who may have a role in pre/post-disaster economic recovery planning, ie.. economic development districts, business and civic leaders, partner stakeholders, industry associations, large and small private sector representatives, local or regional jurisdictional representatives and community organizations.   

Length of Course: 4.5 participant hours.

Accommodations: Requested accommodations can be provided to ensure full participation in the course. Requests can be made during the registration process.  

Class is 4.5 hours with an additional 30 minutes after for Post-test and Evaluation.

Class ID for Registration: 15444402

Registration Link:  https://www.firstrespondertraining.gov/frts/students


September 28
9:00 am - 2:00 pm EDT