MGT440 – 24.00 Hours
|Details||12/13/22 – 12/15/22||New Hyde Park, NY||FP MGT440 89||Register|
|Details||04/11/23 – 04/13/23||Wilmington, NC||FP MGT440 91||Register|
|Details||04/18/23 – 04/20/23||San Diego, CA||FP MGT440 90||Register|
This schedule is subject to change without notice. If you have not received confirmation of the class prior to the class start, please contact the division at (866) 878-8900 or [email protected] to get the latest schedule.
This course is scenario based, focusing on event planning, incident management, and policy level decision making. The course is intended to prepare participants for the response to a large scale incident during sporting or special events. Participants will engage in three all-hazard, simulation supported (Biological, Mass Casualty, Active Shooter, Improvised Explosive Device (IED), Hazmat, or natural disaster), emergency response exercises to hone individual and team decision-making skills from a Policy Group, Emergency Operations Center (EOC), and Incident Command Post (ICP) perspective.
This course was developed in a partnership effort between The University of Southern Mississippis National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (USM/NCS4) and the TEEX National Emergency Response and Recovery Training Center (NERRTC).
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Course Completion Requirements
Students participating in FEMA-provided training are required to provide their FEMA Student Identification (SID) number starting January 1, 2013. Your FEMA SID uniquely identifies you throughout the FEMA organization and all of its agencies. It serves as your personal identification number and combines all of your FEMA training records under one account to simplify tracking of all your FEMA training accomplishments.
Please visit the FEMA SID website to do any of the following.
To register for your FEMA SID if you do not already have one,
To retrieve your FEMA SID if you have forgotten it, and
To obtain additional information about the FEMA SID.
Participants Must Provide
- a photo identification on the first day of class. See the Participant Handbook for approved forms of identification and additional guidelines.
Attendance is crucial in order to receive credit for this course. All participants must complete a registration form at the beginning of the course, sign the attendance roster for each day of the course, and complete the evaluation at the end of the course in order to receive a certificate of completion.
A FEMA Student ID is required to register for and participate in any training provided by FEMA agencies. All FEMA training providers, registration systems, and enrollment procedures are required to use this FEMA SID, which can be obtained at the following website: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid; or with TEEX assistance upon arrival for class.
- AWR-167 Sport Event Risk Management
- MGT-404 Sports and Special Events Incident Management
- MGT-412 Sport Venue Evacuation and Protective Actions
- IS-100.b Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100
- IS-00.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
- ICS-300 Intermediate Incident Command System (ICS) for Expanding Incidents
- ICS-400 Advanced Incident Command Systems (ICS), Command and General Staff-Complex Incidents
- IS-700.a National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
- IS-800.b National Response Framework, An Introduction
- Identify concepts and processes needed to plan and prepare coordinated operations at a sporting or special event, including risk and hazard assessment, contingencies and objectives, and other considerations.
- Employ the Emergency Management Exercise System (EM*ES) Web to become familiarized with the web-based application, its functions, and its uses.
- Evaluate and plan for a simulated sports or special event using the event planning process from a Multi-Agency Coordination (MAC)/Policy Group, Emergency Operations Center (EOC), and an Incident Command perspective.
- Identify, discuss, and apply the key concepts and processes needed to plan and implement a response to an incident during a sporting or special event, including risk awareness, incident management, resource management, crowd management, and evacuation.
- Identify and discuss issues relating to seven critical considerations that organizations face relating to governance and partnerships needed both when planning and managing sports and special events as well as during the response to incidents that occur during these events.
- Evaluate how critical areas of managing an all-hazard, high-consequence incident response in a sports or special event context are applied in practice.
- Evaluate and manage the response to a simulated large-scale, all-hazards incident that involves a sports or special event from a Multi-Agency Coordination (MAC)/Policy Group, Emergency Operations Center (EOC), and/or Incident Command Post (ICP) perspective.
- Executive management/owners
- Operators of large arenas/venues
- Campus emergency management, administration, environmental health and safety, public affairs and sports information, and physical plan/public works
- Local elected officials
- Fire Service
- Emergency medical services
- Law enforcement
- Non-governmental organizations
- Public health
- Public works
- Hospitals, medical centers
- Other state and local agency representatives
- Athletic departments
To enroll in this course, participants must be US citizens and must possess or obtain a FEMA student identification number (SID).
To obtain a FEMA SID navigate to the following URL: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid
- For DHS/FEMA Funded Courses, please contact [email protected] or call (866) 878-8900
Phone: (307) 286-0370
Email: [email protected]
As part of a Department of Homeland Security/ Federal Emergency Management Agency (DHS/FEMA) funded Homeland Security National Training Program Cooperative Agreement, this course is provided at no cost to your jurisdiction.
Course Delivery Dates
Course delivery dates are at the discretion of the requesting agents or jurisdiction and must be consecutive.
An interested jurisdiction/agency contacts their respective State Administrative Agency Training Point of Contact (SAA TPOC) to request a National Training and Education Division (NTED) instructor-led course. It is then at the SAA TPOC’s discretion to approve or not approve the training request. If the SAA TPOC agrees to the training request, he/she contacts the training partner directly with information about the specific course to schedule, the number of participants interested in attending the course, and a listing of preferred dates