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Course Description

G-108 - Community Mass Care and Emergency Assistance

This course provides training for local communities to prepare for and manage the Mass Care/Emergency Assistance (MC/EA) functions effectively. The goal is to prepare community agencies, organizations, and businesses to work together in coordination with emergency management and traditional MC providers to plan and provide MC/EA services to those affected by disaster.

Course Objectives:
  • Define the four primary MC/EA services as discussed in this course.
  • Describe how to determine their community’s MC/EA service resource requirements.
  • Identify providers that exist in their community or can be called upon from a nearby community to meet the requirements for MC/EA.
  • Name planning and operational actions that can affect how services will be provided.
  • List action items to use resources and providers to meet MC/EA requirements in their community.

Program Area(s): Citizen Preparedness; Planning



Prerequisites & Other Information:

Selection Criteria: This course is intended for MC coordinators, management staff, non-governmental organization leaders, private sector, and other emergency management staff that are a part of the team and have a responsibility for effective MC/EA preparedness and response.

There are several options for the composition of a class. One is the State MC Coordinator and his/her team; a local MC Coordinator and his/her team; or a State MC Coordinator and local MC Coordinators from the state.



Cost:
No tuition is charged.
This course is considered local and travel will not be reimbursed.


Course Specifics

Hours: 24.00
Provider: TDEM - Emergency Management Training
Sponsor: TDEM
Disciplines: Elected Official
Emergency Management
Health Care
Volunteer Organization
Private Industry
Public Health


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