EM Training Additional Resources

October 9, 2013  //  

Locality Best Practices Webinars: VDEM Training offers a series of webinars that encompass Emergency Management best practices and lessons learned. These webinars consist of localities sharing information with other localities and are held in real-time once a month, with the archived recordings kept at the below links.

Understanding Tornadoes [YouTube Video]

THIRA Webinar [YouTube Video]

An Overview of the Enhanced Data Display [YouTube Video]  

Children Separated by Disasters: Reunification Strategies Webinar [YouTube Video]

Virginia Housing Workshop Resources (click link below)

City of Tuscaloosa Presentation [12 MB PDF]

Geospatial Tools Presentation [2 MB PDF]

Bridging the Gap Between Public and Private Sector Presentation [156 KB PDF]

Monmouth County NJ Presentation [9 MB PDF]

Hampton Roads RCPT Housing Framework Webinar [YouTube Video]

Logistics Webinars (click link below)

Virginia Resource and Inventory Management Program  [YouTube Video] 

Building Mission Ready Packages Webinar [YouTube Video]

CVEMA Presentation.pdf

Virginia Resource Inventory and Management Program Handout.docx

HSEEP Training Course Application: Attendance of the HSEEP Training Course (L-146) requires submission of an application, downloadable at this link. Please forward the completed application and all supporting documentation to the LMS Help Desk via fax at 804-897-6556 or email at LMShelp@vdem.virginia.gov at least two weeks prior to scheduled course start. 

V-450/V-452: ICS Train the Trainer and ICS Sponsored Instructor Orientation Applications: Attendance of the Incident Command System Train the Trainer and ICS Sponsored Instructor Orientation courses (V-450 and V-452) require submission of an application, downloadable at this link. Please forward the completed application and all supporting documentation to the LMS Help Desk via fax at 804-897-6556 or email at LMShelp@vdem.virginia.gov at least two weeks prior to scheduled course start.

 

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Virginia Disaster Relief Fund