2021 Webinars for Web-Based HURREVAC
The National Hurricane Program (NHP) sponsors a number of training opportunities in various locations and formats.
A five-day HURREVAC webinar series took place the week of June 7th with training sessions beginning at 2 PM EDT and running 60-90 minutes each day. This series will be repeated in June of 2022.
Day 1- Intro to Web-Based HURREVAC and General Overview of the Program (June 7th)
Introducing the program’s purpose and basic operations
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE RECORDING OF DAY 1
Day 2- Wind Forecast Features (June 8th)
Tools to understand potential wind timing and intensity
CLICK HERE TO WATCH A RECORDING OF DAY 2
Day 3- Evacuation Timing Features (June 9th)
Tools to support evacuation decisions and response timelines
CLICK HERE TO WATCH A RECORDING OF DAY 3
Day 4- Storm Surge and Other Water Hazards (June 10th)
Storm Surge tools and other features to support hurricane response and decision making related to water hazards
CLICK HERE TO WATCH A RECORDING OF DAY 4
Day 5- Exercise Tools and Applying HURREVAC (June 11th)
Creating exercise storms and using HURREVAC to answer scenario-based questions
CLICK HERE TO WATCH A RECORDING OF DAY 5
Recordings of prior years’ webinar sessions on HURREVAC are posted on the User Guides and Tutorials page.
Each spring, HURREVAC courses and special presentations are delivered at various hurricane conferences. Links to conference advertisements and registration materials are provided below where available.
National Hurricane Conference
An in-person conference is being held June 14-17, 2021 in New Orleans.
Florida Governor’s Hurricane Conference
The 2021 meeting in West Palm Beach, FL was cancelled due to COVID-19
Many state emergency management agency (EMA) classrooms host day-long HURREVAC training in spring and summer. Dozens of these courses are taught each year; at least one date per state is typically offered. If you are interested in attending one of these NHP-sponsored sessions in your area, contact your state EMA for dates and availability.
SPECIAL NOTE FOR THE 2021 SEASON: Classes continue to be taught remotely rather than in person.