More than 300 responders have registered to attend this year’s Tribal Training Week at FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness.

That’s almost one-third more registrants than the number who attended the event in 2019.

The event, which is the largest annual tribal training offering in the Department of Homeland Security, will run from March 28 to April 4 on the CDP campus in Anniston, AL.

It will feature 15 courses in eight different training lanes, in addition to a number of evening activities.  Five of the training lanes will culminate in an integrated capstone exercise, where students will work though a mass casualty scenario featuring dozens of live actors. 

Persons interested in attending the training week should contact David Hall, the CDP’s Tribal Nations Training Coordinator, at david.hall@fema.dhs.gov.