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EM 275 Emergency Operations Center Management and Operations
The goal of the EOC Management and Operations curriculum is to provide State and local emergency management officials with the knowledge and skills they need to operate the EOC. The curriculum is designed using a performance-based approach which emphasizes learning activities that are easily transferable to the job.
After-action reports and studies of catastrophic disasters identified the need for training in response and recovery operations, including EOC management. This curriculum was developed based on the findings of a front-end analysis and design meeting. The curriculum is intended to provide EOC managers with the knowledge and skills they need to perform their job. The course content focuses on the information the EOC manager needs to know to make decisions about operating the center. The training exercises are designed to involve participants in practical activities that are closely related to their experiences on the job.
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These course materials are derived from FEMA's G-275 Emergency Operations Management and Operations Course consisting of the Student/Instructor Manual. These materials have not been significantly altered allowing the user to re-use these in the classroom setting.
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The Final Exam has 46 questions from all four modules and is taken online. When you pass the exam, you will be mailed a certificate of completion.
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