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Climate Change Trainings

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Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium - Center for Climate and Health
Assisting communities to better understand the impacts of climate change and how to adapt in healthy ways

Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO) (Online and In-person, Fee Required)
Offers Climate Change Officers Training Bootcamps, which are designed to meet learning objectives based upon the Core Competencies for Climate Change Officers and Professionals

CDC Climate and Health Webinar Series
Public health agencies are working to respond to the health effects of climate change. APHA and CDC Climate and Health Webinars present public health leaders’ accomplishments, challenges and promising opportunities around climate change and public health policy and practice. These webinars provide assistance to state and local health departments to conduct analytic and programmatic activities aimed at reducing the health consequences of climate change and variability, and to develop public health adaptation strategies.

DOE Office of Indian Energy Webinars
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Indian Energy provides tribes and Alaska Natives with information on energy efficiency and renewable energy technologies and project development through webinars and online curriculum.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) National Preparedness Course Catalog features a compilation of courses managed by three primary FEMA training organizations: The Center for Domestic Preparedness, the Emergency Management Institute, and the National Training on Education and Division.

https: //www. first responder training .gov /frts/ npcc
Center for Domestic Preparedness
Offers the only federally chartered training facility where emergency responders train in a toxic environment and the only hospital in the nation dedicated solely to training. Provides advanced, hands-on training to state, local, and territorial emergency response professionals.

https: //cdp .dhs .gov/
The Emergency Management Institute
Offers courses and programs to enhance the capabilities of State, local, and Tribal officials; volunteer organizations; FEMA’s disaster workforce; other Federal agencies; and the public and private sectors to minimize the impact of disasters and emergencies on the American public.

https: //training .fema .gov /emi .aspx
The Emergency Management Institute - Tribal Curriculum
The Tribal Curriculum is a series of courses designed with Tribal people, for Tribal Governments, in order to meet the unique emergency management needs of Sovereign Nations with regard to tribal culture, tradition, sovereignty and governance.

https: //training .fema .gov/ tribal/
National Training and Education Division
Prepares state and local first responders to prevent, protect, respond to, and recover from catastrophic events by offering more than 150 courses.

https: //www .first responder training .gov/ frts/
ITEP Tribal Climate Trainings (In-person and online)
Offers training to tribal environmental professionals to build their capacity to address climate change issues. The courses are taught by instructional teams that include staff from ITEP, federal agencies, universities, and/or organizations, and most importantly, the tribes themselves, who share their expertise and experience.

ITEP Webinars
Archived and scheduled webinars with a focus on Topics in Climate Change Adaptation Planning.
National Adaptation Forum Webinars
Join and listen in on quarterly National Adaptation Forum Webinar Series and hear about adaptation experience and practices from practitioners across the nation.
National Disaster Preparedness Center (Online and In-person)
NCDP provides practitioners of public health emergency preparedness and response with evidence-based knowledge, tools and resources. Numerous training courses are provided that take about 2 hours to complete. Online training resources include topics such as: Climate Change: Public Health Preparedness and Response, Sea Level Rise and Flood Risk for Long Island Sound, and The Nurse's Role and Climate Change.

South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center (Online and In-person)
The South Central Climate Science Center provides decision makers with the science, tools, and information they need to address the impacts of climate variability and change on their areas of responsibility. The Center will transform how climate science is conducted and applied in the south-central United States. We support big thinking, including multi-institutional and stakeholder-driven approaches to assessing the impact of climate extremes on natural and cultural resources.

https:// southcentral climate .org /about -us/
Native Nations & Climate
The South Central region has 68 tribes with diverse histories, cultures and governmental structures. From the beginning, the South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center has made it a priority to focus on working with tribes and have done so through climate trainings and workshops, providing cultural resources, and assisting with tribal vulnerability assessments.

https:// southcentral climate .org /tribal -nations -climate/
South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center Online Climate Vulnerability Assessment Training
Provides a training video for conducting a Climate Vulnerability Assessment. The training is based off a real world situation and details each step of the process. If you have any questions, email: info@southcentralclimate.org

https:// southcentral climate.org /resources /climate - vulnerability - assessment training/
U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit Training Course (Online, Webinar, In-person)
Website lists courses that can help acquire the tools, skills, and knowledge you need to manage your climate-related risks and opportunities. All courses are free of charge, and are offered in at least one of three formats: online audio-visual presentations, training webinars, and residence training courses.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's National Conservation Training Center Fee required (except FWS/NPS) (In-person and Online)
Hosts trainings and webinars on how to apply to the Strategic Habitat Conservation (SHC) framework from local to landscape scale through biological planning, conservation design, conservation delivery, decision-based monitoring, and assumption-driven research.