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Name FL-601 Preliminary Damage Assessment : ( FL-601)
Description This course is intended for local and state officials or other employees assisting with damage assessment duties. Training will focus the importance and purpose of conducting and reporting accurate Initial Damage Assessments (IDA) following a presidentially declared disaster. Training with include an overview of the Individual Assistance (IA) program, Public Assistance (PA) program and the pathway to the Joint Preliminary Damage Assessments (Joint PDA). This is an interactive course using various technology tools for learner engagement.
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Target Audience • Local government officials, Public Works representative, County Department heads, Project Managers, Finance Representatives • Anyone tasked with going in field to conduct damage assessments after a disaster will benefit from this class • GIS staff who handle damage assessments utilizing technology are encouraged to attend as well since the focus has been broadened to encompass this methodology • Agencies heads may wish to designate staff employees who may handle this function in the event of a presidentially declared disaster
Additional Information Training will be from 8:30am to approximately noon. Masks are encouraged but not required. Bring a jacket because it does get cold in the EOC.
Location Seminole County EOC
Address 150 Eslinger Way
Sanford 32773
Seminole
Region 5

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Date Tuesday, May 24, 2022 - Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Point of Contact Aaron Funk
(407) 665 5117  
afunk@seminolecountyfl.gov
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Approved to Attend
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NameCountyOrganization
Victoria ColonSeminole Seminole County OEM
Latchmie DwarkanauthOrange Orange County
Aristides ConcepcionOrange Frederick Community College
Jose BrunoOrange  
Nicholas KingsleySeminole Division of Emergency Management
Aaron FunkSeminole Seminole County OEM
Wesley Wayne Wilson Jr.Volusia Other-Volusia
Wayne ThorneSeminole Other-Seminole
Steve FioreySeminole City of Sanford
Sarah GriggsSeminole Other-Seminole
Juan LopezSeminole Other-Seminole
Paul WilliamsSeminole Red Cross
Michael TackettSeminole Seminole County Community Development
Quentin GroseSeminole  
Travis AndersonSeminole  
Jesse WeedSeminole Other-Seminole
sean woodardSeminole Other-Seminole
Paul PendangSeminole Seminole County
Austin BeeghlyOrange Division of Emergency Management
Kevin PonikSeminole Other-Seminole
David HarberSeminole Other-Seminole
Shannon HaganOrange Division of Emergency Management
Chris UlmerSeminole Other-Seminole
Sabreena ColbertSeminole Other-Seminole
Sarah HarttungSeminole Seminole County
Stacia HenrySeminole  
Robert DorlonSeminole Other-Seminole
Maya AthanasSeminole  
Standby Awaiting State Approval
If your name appears on this list your application has been approved by your supervisor or county/tribe emergency management program and is on standby awaiting final approval from the state. This approval may be dependent upon available space, the target audience, as well as other factors.

NameCountyOrganization
Francisco MunozMiami-Dade Other-Miami-Dade
Sarah HardySeminole  
Sandra RileySeminole  
Mary RobinsonSeminole  
Pending Supervisor or Emergency Management Program Approval
If your name appears on this list your application is awaiting approval (for state or 'other' employees) by your supervisor or (for county, tribe, and some city employees) your emergency management program.

NameCountyOrganization
Alicia StoebenauOrange Seminole County
Steven BuckelsSeminole Other-Seminole
Julio PaganSeminole Other-Seminole
Ramzi NassarSeminole Other-Seminole