Emergency Communications training is available from a number of sources. If you want to be better prepared, and become a highly valued resource, you are encouraged to expand your capabilities and skill set. Opportunities are provided from time to time for you to do just that.
The FEMA AUXCOMM course is very good but only available in a classroom and offered infrequently.
Public Service Emergency Communications
The ARRL Public Service and Emergency Communications Management for Radio Amateurs (EC-016) course is very good and available online for no charge. The fee for the EC-016 course is only charged if a test is given at the end of the course.