Free P3 workshop coming to Rhode Island this August!

Thank you to Donald Vincent, FEMA Community Preparedness Specialist, for the opportunity to present at the FEMA Region I webinar today regarding MACEM Training and Education Pathways. Maturing Public-Private Partnerships (P3) Workshop opens on August 10-11, 2017, Cranston, Rhode Island. Expand YOUR network – register at: Maturing Public-Private Partnerships Workshop

On August 10, 2017, key stakeholders in FEMA Region I will converge for a free P3 workshop to bolster preparedness, response, and recovery efforts sponsored by the Rhode Island Emergency Management Agency (RIEMA).

Funded by the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency, this two-day workshop provides participants with innovative techniques and integrated public-private partnership strategies to bolster preparedness, response, and recovery efforts. As a community leader, you are invited to attend this event that provides 1.4 CEUs for successful completion.

Register online now!
Maturing Public-Private Partnerships Workshop

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This P3 workshop will resolve common obstacles that impede P3s:

  • Clear framework for execution
  • Shared terminologies
  • Suitable process models
  • Administering collegial lessons learned
  • Knowledge, skills, and resources needed for successful implementation

P3 Workshop Summary:

  • Funded by DHS/FEMA as essential components of emergency planning
  • Crafted to review and enhance existing P3s and create new partnerships
  • Provides tools and factors that support national P3 goals of DHS and FEMA

P3 Workshop Core Principles:

  1. Promote collaboration, coordination, and communication between public–private sectors
  2. Share information to facilitate lesson application from prior experiences

Who Should Attend:
Leaders in business, government, and nonprofit organizations of all sizes.

Register online now!
Maturing Public-Private Partnerships Workshop

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Reviews from Prior P3 Workshops:

New Jersey:
“Having a mix of public/private students resulted in a great interaction/discussion/idea exchange. I now understand that there may be other ways to get things done to help people.”

Washington:
“Tools were helpful and provided a new way of looking at P3s.

Ohio:
“It provided opportunity to hear from people with different professional backgrounds and levels of experience. Practical exercises in which we worked in small groups were most valuable.”

Register online now!
Maturing Public-Private Partnerships Workshop

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