Build a baseline dataset to map assets for your organization or community.
July 25-26, 2022
F4R™ is a participatory process building community resilience through mapping, understanding, and discussing food, energy, and water systems and supply chains. F4R is the education and training branch of FEWSION. F4R drives community engagement and utilizes data collection, visualization, and dialogue to identify and address local needs and situational awareness. Build a baseline dataset and initiate community engagement to build community resilience.
This 15-seat hour introductory training includes 5 hours of pre/post-training virtual activities and 10 hours of in-person training and collaboration activities.
Where: Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona
Cost: $699 per person. This cost covers training manuals, lunch, coffee, and supplementary materials. Professional Development certificate provided once course assessment is complete.
Digital Badge: Upon completion, participants are recognized as Level 1 F4R Facilitators.
Teachers: Professional Seat Hour Certificate: Upon completion, participants receive a certificate recognizing 15 seat hours of professional development.
Emergency Managers, Homeland Security personnel, VOAD, and CERT representatives: Content is aligned with the FEMA Community Resilience Guide, applicable to event and community scenario planning events, and is entering a process of review with the Emergency Management Institute (EMI)
Questions? Contact NAU Continuing Education, at ContinuingEd@nau.edu.
Space is limited.
Format: In-person, following community and University COVID guidelines.
Travel: Participants are responsible for travel and lodging arrangements.
Cancellation and Refund Policy:
- Cancellation prior to 10 days ahead of the event will include a full refund minus a $50 administrative charge.
- If the event is canceled by NAU due to unforeseen circumstances, full refunds for the workshop cost will be made. However; NAU is unable to refund any travel, food, or lodging costs. Unforeseen circumstances are defined as situations in which the NAU is unable or prevented from continuation. Examples of such circumstances can include but are not limited to, inclement weather or other natural disasters, pandemic closures, low enrollment, etc.