- APA, AICP Member CM | 6.5
- ASFPM, CFM 6.5 CEC
- IAEM, CEM/AEM 8 E
- IACET 0.6 CEU
FAU's ICEME is proud to partner with the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center (NDPTC) in Hawaii to deliver FEMA-Certified courses to our region.
BOTH UPCOMING COURSES ARE FULL, BUT WE ARE STILL ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS. ONCE WE BEGIN A WAITLIST, WE WILL LET YOU KNOW.
Through our collaboration, FAU's ICEME will deliver the following NDPTC courses:
- AWR-228 Community Resilience
- AWR-310 Natural Disaster Awareness for Community Leaders
- AWR-343 Hurricane Awareness
- AWR-362 Flooding Hazards: Science and Preparedness
- Coastal Hazards Awareness (FEMA certification pending)
Obtain your FEMA STUDENT ID HERE
There is a pre-test and a post-test for every course. FEMA requires both, but the level of experience is not an issue. The pre-test helps instructors gauge where training gaps exist, and the comparison of the pre and post-tests allows us to quantitatively evaluate the learning.
COMMUNITY RESILIENCE - AWR 228
Join us for our Community Resilience course and learn about the meaningful actions that you and your community can take to enhance resilience to natural hazards and of the opportunities available to incorporate these actions into professional practice. Increase your understanding about community resilience (CR) and how it can benefit hazard planning, including practices of how community resilience can be enhanced at the local level. Learn about resources and tools that can assist to identify the various components of risk and strategies for integrating community resilience into existing plans and programs.
NOVEMBER 18, 2019 | 8 - 5 PM | Office Depot Center for Executive Education, Rm 102
REGISTER AWR 228: HERE
Eligible Continuing Education:
NATURAL DISASTER AWARENESS FOR COMMUNITY LEADERS - AWR 310
Join us for our Natural Disaster Awareness for Community Leaders course and increase your understanding of disasters, risk assessment in the context of disaster management, prevailing emergency management procedures and operations, and the different vulnerability factors that exist within your local community. Become familiar with the available resources for natural disaster preparedness and planning. Learn how to recognize and define the roles and responsibilities that may be expected to be assumed by a community leader and understand the roles that first responders and other support personnel are likely to assume to ensure primary assistance in the response and recovery phase of an emergency event.
NOVEMBER 19, 2019 | 8 - 12 PM | Office Depot Center for Executive Education, Rm 102
REGISTER for AWR 310: HERE
Eligible Continuing Education:
- AIA, Member 3.5 LU
- IAEM, CEM, or AEM, Training Hours 4 E
- IACET 0.3 CEU
FAU ICEM is now a NDPTC Point of Delivery, a partnership developed with universities to enhance career and educational opportunities for those working in homeland security and emergency management.
The NDPTC works collaboratively to develop and deliver training and education on disaster preparedness, response, and recovery to governmental, tribal, territorial, non-profit and private partners integrating land use, infrastructure, urban planning, environmental management, and emerging technologies to build and sustain resilient communities.
Registration is online. These courses are delivered free to the region and are first-come, first-served. Once minimum registrations are obtained, continued registration is allowed, but limited, followed by waitlists for each course.
FEMA Certificates conferred upon completion of the training. All courses are delivered in one day.