Maturing Public-Private Partnerships
Expanding Collaboration, Engagement, and Resilience Workshops
Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management
Without warning, the US continues to experience major disasters with widespread disruption and destruction. When preparing for the unexpected, governments across the nation and private sector stakeholders must come together to enhance critical community resilience and infrastructure security.
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W. Craig Fugate, former FEMA Administrator, says "The public is one of our greatest resources in times of crisis and should be included as an important part of your resilience planning and training."
To assist in facilitating these partnerships, the Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management (MACEM) is presenting 2-day DHS-certified instructional workshops where our national experts deliver innovative techniques and integrated strategies to bolster societal security, resilience, and preparedness in the face of the unexpected. Designed especially for federal, regional, state, tribal and local emergency management personnel initiating and managing public-private partnerships, these workshops are free of charge to attend. Registration is required. Participants are awarded 1.4 CEUs upon successful completion of the workshop. Click a region below to get started.
The U. S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED) has certified AWR-342, Maturing Public Private Partnership Course developed by the Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management (MACEM) at FCC. Funding provided by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and FEMA.