Hosted by California Governor's Office of Emergency Services and Fredericks Community College, funded by the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency
**Reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities are available upon request. Please submit your request to the training point of contact as early as possible as last minute requests will be accepted, but may not be possible to fill. Submit requests to: Kelly Rogers at Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org
Join key stakeholders converging for a free P3 workshop to bolster societal security, resilience, and preparedness for all-hazards.
P3 Workshop Core Principles: Collaboration, coordination, and communication between public–private sectors, information sharing to facilitate lesson application from prior experiences
Community-Centric Approach: Clear framework for execution, shared terminologies, suitable process models, administering collegial lessons learned, knowledge, skills, and resources needed for successful implementation
Workshop Audiences: leaders in business, government, and nonprofit organizations of all sizes
Additional Details: Funded by DHS/FEMA as essential components of emergency planning, crafted to review and enhance existing P3s and create new partnerships, provides tools and factors that support national P3 goals of DHS and FEMA
Participants receive 1.4 CEUs upon successful completion.