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4th Annual Tribal Nations Training Week

The Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) will host the 4th Annual Tribal Nations Training Week “Strengthening Collaborative Relationships” during the week of March 16-23, 2019 on the CDP campus in Anniston, AL.

CDP training is completely funded for state, local, tribal and territorial emergency responders to include roundtrip airfare, meals, lodging, training and any equipment required during training. This week is intended to broaden the training experience of Tribal Nations to enhance their response capabilities in multiple areas. The Tribal Nation members who attend this training will be better prepared to respond to emergencies in their communities.

All personnel who work in an emergency response capacity and are affiliated with one or more Tribal Nations, Indian Health Service (IHS) and those who work directly with Tribal Nations are authorized to attend.

Courses include:

Registration will open in early October 2018

You must have a PROMO Code to register for one of the courses. The PROMO Code must be typed in exactly as it appears, if you cut and paste, it will not work. Promo codes will be available when registration opens in October 2018, contact below for promo code.

Visit the CDP Website at Apply for Training to complete the online registration. Remember your FEMA SID number and Password, you will need this throughout the registration process, leading up to your attendance, and while attending training.

Should you have any questions, please contact the CDP Western Region and Tribal Nations Training Coordinator David Hall at David.Hall@fema.dhs.gov or 866-213-9548.

CDP authorized Trainers are shown along with a list of various jurisdictions. Click to access the Instructor Development Training Week page.
Instructor Development Training Week
Trainees are shown exploring a possible dangerous substance. Additionally, several trainers are pictured treating a person that was exposed to potentially hazardous materials. Click to access the Hazardous Materials Theme Week page.
Hazardous Materials Theme Week
Participants in the 2018 Tribal Training Week are pictured in front of the CDP.
4th Annual Tribal Nations Training Week