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REP Post-Plume Awareness Course (RPPA) (AWR-351)

The FEMA/NPD/THD/Radiological Emergency Preparedness (REP) Program has developed an instructor-led course that will help Federal, State, tribal and local emergency managers and planners more effectively meet the challenges presented to the emergency responder community during a radiological incident at a NRC-licensed commercial nuclear power plant (NPP). The main purpose for the 1.0-day awareness-level AWR-351 REP Post-Plume Awareness Course (RPPA) is to provide a precise training track which focuses on the unique considerations of the 50-mile Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ), Offsite Response Organizations (OROs) responsible for addressing the implementation of precautionary measures and protective actions relating to “people” and ingestion” interventions during Post-Plume phase. 
Date(s)  Fri. Apr 23, 2021 0800-1700 
Location Online Delivery - See Offering Specific Information for details, OTHER
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Handicap Accessibility No
WiFi Access  
Offered By North Carolina Division of Emergency Management 
Primary Instructor FED, Direct Delivery 
Course Length  
Course Hours
Target Audience Federal, State, Tribal, Utility, and Local Emergency Management 
Maximum Participants 35
# Open Seats -2
# on Wait List 7
Attachments Course Flyer

Offering Specific Information


***This course is currently being waitlisted.  Please sign up and we will contact you if a space becomes available.  Signing up will also help us get additional course offerings from FEMA in North Carolina.***

Thank you for your interest in taking a virtual course sponsored by NCEM. Below are a few friendly reminders that will ensure you receive all information:

  • As a reminder, the NCEM Virtual Student WebEx Training (VTS-101) course is a required prerequisite for any and all virtual courses. You only have to complete this course once.
  • All communication, including the WebEx Meeting invite will be sent to the email you have on file at a minimum 3 days before the course begins. Please be sure it is updated and check it periodically so as to not miss important information.
  • Please be sure to use Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge for your web browser to ensure more functionality for WebEx Meetings. Cellular devices and iPads are not fully supported for features such as breakout rooms.
  • For additional resources, quick reference guides, and help regarding WebEx, please visit the TERMS Document Library.

No reimbursement available:

NCEM is not providing meal or lodging reimbursement for this offering.

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