National Emergency Management Executive Academy: Application Deadline August 15, 2017

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This is Reminder that the application period for the National Emergency Management Executive Academy is now open and will end on August 15, 2017

The National Emergency Management Executive Academy is a component of the Emergency Management Professional Program (EMPP).

In collaboration with academia, renowned practitioners and industry leaders, Emergency Management Institute (EMI) has created the National Emergency Management Executive Academy to produce a comprehensive and cutting-edge curriculum supporting the advancement of strategic and policy level executive leadership.

The National Emergency Management Executive Academy provides an ideal setting for a diverse representation of senior emergency management executives to come together and explore contemporary and emerging 21st century challenges. The program hones strategic leadership and critical thinking for senior executives involved with multi-jurisdictional, national, and international homeland security and emergency management policy development and decision making responsibilities.

Participants work collaboratively on capstone projects. These projects are the cohort’s opportunity to leave a lasting impact, leveraging the wealth of knowledge they bring to the academy and applying the new knowledge they are acquiring to forge a path toward improving the processes, practice and profession of emergency management.

Required: 10 years’ experience in an EM position or applicable work experience will be considered for exceptional candidates.

For complete details, with instruction on the application process please follow the link below…/1313%20-%20revised%20-%20traini…

If you have any questions, I would welcome an opportunity to be able to discuss this with you.
Best regards,

Russell Clark
Office 307 358 1920
Cell 307 359 0381


Training From our Partners in Kansas

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From our Training Partners in Kansas

The Kansas Division of Emergency Management is offering L958 – AHPS Operations Section Chief June 20-23 2017. There are available seats in the class. Please share this opportunity widely.
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Barb Meadows

Teton County Emergency Management Program Assistant Graduates from FEMA’s Emergency Management Basic Academy Emmitsburg

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Emmitsburg, MD-Jenny M. Kruger graduated from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Basic Academy at the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, MD., after she completed the full curriculum that provides the basic knowledge and skills to help meet the unpredictable challenges in the field of emergency management.

Kruger completed the five courses in the Basic Academy that includes Foundations of Emergency Management; Science of Disaster; Planning: Emergency Operations; Exercise Design; and Public Information and Warning.

FEMA’s National Emergency Management Basic Academy is the entry-point for individuals pursuing a career in emergency management. Basic Academy offers the tools to develop comprehensive foundational skills needed in emergency management. For those who are new to emergency management or for those who are transferring from another profession, the Basic Academy also provides a unique
opportunity to build camaraderie and establish professional contacts. Students learned to understand the roles, responsibilities, and legal boundaries associated with emergency management. It is the first of a three-level Academy series in the Emergency Management Professional Program (EMPP).

The EMPP curriculum is designed to provide a lifetime of learning for emergency managers and includes three separate, but closely threaded, training programs including the National Emergency Management Basic Academy; a specialized and technical training program to develop specific, fundamental skill sets; the National Emergency Management Advanced Academy; a program to develop
the next generation of emergency management leaders who are trained in advanced concepts and issues, advanced leadership and management, and critical thinking and problem solving; and the National Emergency Management Executive Academy; a program designed to challenge and enhance the talents of the nation’s emergency management senior executives through critical thinking, visionary strategic planning, challenging conventional concepts, and negotiation and conflict resolution
applied to complex real-world problems.

Kruger completed her training on May 19, 2017.

Emmitsburg, MD May 19, 2017–FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute (EMI) graduated Jenny M. Kruger who completed all requirements of the National Emergency Management Basic Academy. Tony Russell, Superintendent, EMI is shown congratulating Kruger as she graduates. Shane Gibbon /FEMA



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Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents for Key Decision Makers Riverton, WY June 13-14, 2017

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Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents for Key Decision Makers Riverton, WY June 13-14, 2017

Delivered By: The Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium

Hosted By: Central Wyoming College

Date:            June 13-14, 2017

Time:          8:00 am – 5:00 pm Both Days

Location:    Central Wyoming College

Inter-Tribal Building  Room 125

2660 Peck Ave, Riverton, WY 82501

 Hours:         16

Prerequisites: You Must be a US Citizen.


The purpose of this performance-level course is to provide the operational level details to support many of the topics covered in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) approved AWR Crisis Management for School-Based Incidents – Partnering Rural Law Enforcement and the Local School Systems awareness-level course.

Rural schools, law enforcement, other emergency responders, and community stakeholders are often limited in their access to resources, so it is imperative that all potentially affected parties collaborate in planning, preparation, communication, response, and recovery in the event of a school-based incident. Moreover, these affected parties must come together to practice their interoperable skills through drills and exercises to ensure the strategies in place provide for an effective crisis response and collaborative recovery

.With the intent of building upon the foundation of the AWR 148 course and utilizing an all-hazards approach, this two-day course will provide content instruction, develop concept-specific skills, and provide opportunities for law enforcement, school personnel, and community stakeholders to collaboratively apply the course objectives in scenario- based applications.

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