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M G T - 4 6 2 : C o m m u n i t y P l a n n i n g f o r E c o n o m i c r e c o v e r y

Event Date: 
Monday, September 9, 2019 - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Location: 
Central Community College 4500 63RD STREET PO BOX 1027 COLUMBUS, NE 68602
Contact/Registrar: 
Kyle Lingenfelter kylelingenfelter@cccneb.edu 4500 63RD STREET PO BOX 1027 COLUMBUS, NE 68602 TOLL FREE 1.877.222.0780
Details: 

AUDIENCE

The target audience for this instructor-led management level course consists of decision-makers and
stakeholders involved in post disaster economic recovery, including those in Federal, state, local, tribal,
and territorial government, in addition to private sector organizations, non-profits, and VOADs.

OVERVIEW

This course will guide decision makers to incorporate community planning for economic resilience and recovery
from natural disasters. The curriculum includes practical tools to develop stronger partnerships between
the public and private sectors, evaluate community hazard assessments through the lens of economic recovery,
provide resources for public and private sector partners to use in a post-disaster environment, and planning
templates for articulating these actions at the community level. This 1-day planning workshop (9:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
will be off ered at emergency management centers, nonprofit organizations, and state and local agencies.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of this training, participants will be able to fulfill the following learning objectives:
1. Calculate estimated fi nancial losses from major disasters and identify factors that infl uence a community’s
economic recovery
2. Identify all steps of a hazard analysis pertaining to disaster economic recovery
3. Formulate ways to collaborate with potential community partners for coordinating economic recovery
4. Appraise cost recovery options (such as insurance and federal programs) that may be utilized to support
organizational recovery from a disaster. Revise customizable planning tools appropriate for
the participants’ work context
6. Synthesize customizable planning tools for use within the participants’ context
7. Prepare an economic impact analysis as part of a post disaster economic recovery case study
8. Develop ways to integrate whole community continuity of operations planning through different management
techniques

CONTACT US
National Center for Disaster Preparedness
Earth Institute | Columbia University
E-mail: crlcadmin@cumc.columbia.edu
Online: http://ncdpcourses.crlctraining.org

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