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Global, national, and regional disruptions create crippling losses of basic lifelines affecting the core of your community. Mobilizing to restore and maintain Community Lifelines requires logistical supply chain management techniques.

Program Description

This is a two-part training program. First, AWR392 is a brief introductory course completed online at your own pace. The follow-up, AWR389, is a virtual workshop that dives deeper into understanding techniques to facilitate the rapid resourcing of the seven Community Lifelines. The workshop will introduce supply chain network strategy and emergency management planning, training, and exercise principles. Courses are DHS/FEMA certified and free to participants. 

Program Designed For 

•   Emergency Managers
•   Public Safety
•   Public Works and Utilities Managers
•   COAD, VOAD, and Faith Based Organizations
•   Key Community and Business Leaders

Program Outcomes & Certification

•   Develop skills necessary to establish and maintain Community Lifelines
•   Practice the cohesive role of community stakeholders to restore Lifelines
•   Gain interactive networking experience throughout workshop exercises
•   Earn free FEMA continuing education (CE) credit and certificate

Registration Information

PART ONE | AWR-392 | Online Introductory Course
four micro lessons at your own pace online. Available 24/7, this course is free of charge. 

PART TWO | AWR-389 | Virtual Workshop
Participate in free interactive two half-day virtual workshops with community stakeholders. Meet online at scheduled times for each FEMA region. Priority registration is given to participants working in the corresponding FEMA Region. Two weeks prior to the workshop, participants working outside of that FEMA Region will be welcome to register, provided space is available.
 Pre-requisite AWR-392.

Community Lifelines, Logistics, & Supply Chain Awareness, a program developed and managed by the Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management & Public Safety (MACEM&PS), is approved and certified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), National Preparedness Directorate, National Training and Education Division (NTED).


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Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management & Public Safety
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7932 Opossumtown Pike • Frederick, MD 21702
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