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  • As a member of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium, the NDPTC is a DHS/FEMA training partner dedicated to providing critical all-hazards training throughout

    the United States and its territories with an emphasis on natural hazards and island and coastal communities

    HAZARDOUS WEATHER PREPAREDNESS FOR CAMPUSES

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    NATIONAL DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

    TRAINING CENTER

    NOAA Inouye Regional Center1845 Wasp Blvd Building 176, Honolulu, HI 96818PHONE: 808.725.5220 FAX: 808.725.5230

    Location and details: Massachusetts Institute of Technology182 Memorial DriveBuilding 4, Room 237Cambridge, MA 02139

    HOSTED BY:Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lily Bui LilyBui@mit.edu 657.214.0139

    For registration assistance contact:Amanda Bates batesa@hawaii.edu 808.725.5236

    Register at:https://ndptc.hawaii.edu/training/delivery/2073/

    March 29, 20189:00 am - 5:00 pm

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    Description: Join us for our Hazardous Weather Preparedness for Campuses course and increase your understanding of the basics of the meteorology of hazardous weather and how it pertains to preparedness on campuses. Build fundamental skills in planning for various hazardous weather systems such as severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes, which can produce lightning, high winds, and flooding threats and learn how to use preparedness and planning techniques to aid emergency managers in mitigating the risk of hazardous weather to life and property on campuses.Who should take this course: WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSETarget Audience 1: Citizen/Community Volunteer Emergency Management Emergency Medical Services Fire ServiceTarget Audience 2: Law EnforcementPublic Safety Communication Public WorksOtherModules: MODULESModule list: Hazardous Weather Impacts to Campuses Short Lead-Time Weather Events: Science Short Lead-Time Weather Events: Preparedness Long Lead-Time Weather Events: Science Long Lead-Time Weather Events: Preparedness Warning Dissemination and Storm Ready Preparedness and Planning Exercise

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