Social Media for Disaster Response

Social Media for Natural Disaster Response Training on September 5, 2013 from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Grand Hyatt Buckhead in Atlanta, 3300 Peachtree Road NE.  This FEMA certified training is hosted by FEI Behavioral Health and is facilitated by the University of Hawaii National Disaster Preparedness Training Center

 

This is a free training in which emergency management workers can learn skills regarding social media and its uses, as well as the current tools, methods, and models to properly make use of social media for crisis communication. You will have the opportunity to participate in facilitator-led activities that use social media as a method to identify warning signs that a crisis is developing. You will also be able to learn to disseminate information and monitor, track, measure, and analyze social media traffic.

 

For more information or to register, please visit  NDPTC.Hawaii.edu 

Registration directions:

  • Click “Login” at top right of page (If you do not have an account click the yellow “Register” button to create one)
  • Complete all the fields and click “Save Profile”
  • Click the verification link in the account activation email you receive
  • Login and click "Training" at the top of the page
  • Select course“Social Media for Natural Disaster Response and Recovery (PER-304) - Atlanta Georgia”
  • Click “Register for Course” at the bottom of the page
  • After you have registered you must take the pre-test. Click “Take Pre-Test” to take the test
  • After you have completed the pre-test you will be taken back to the Course Checklist page where you can download course materials

 

If you have questions please contact Julie Sharp, Account Manager, FEI Behavioral Health, (404)915-7106  or jsharp@feinet.com

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