See details on the flyer, below:
A Behavioral Threat Assessment training hosted by the NM Public Education Dept. and provided by the US Dept. of Education. It is an all-day course and is being held in Las Cruces on 11/03/17. Responders who work with schools are encouraged to attend.
See details on the flyer, below:
IAEM 2017 Leadership Symposium – Do you see what I see? Strategic Leadership in Emergency Management
“The task of leadership is not to put greatness into humanity, but to elicit it, for the greatness is already there” (John Buchan, 1875-1940).
This graduate-level leadership seminar will be a challenging and dynamic experience for current and emerging leaders in emergency management or related fields. Symposium cadre are tasked with helping participant-leaders examine, construct, deconstruct, or reconstruct their assumptions and biases about the art and science of leadership in public service. Seminar content enhances the participant-leader’s growth and encourages a leadership approach characterized by “respect, commitment, and professionalism” (IAEM Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct, 2011).
Annually, the Symposium Working Group chooses a topic that compels cadre and leader-partici-pants to treat trends, issues, paradigms, or thought-constructs relevant to strategic level leader-ship. The Symposium will give cadre and leader-participants an unparalleled opportunity to ex-amine the impact leaders can have at the ‘center of gravity.’
Symposium selectees should understand that modest, remote preparation is required (e.g. prerequisite reading, video viewing, etc.). Participant-leaders can anticipate transactive and transformative instructional methods that will accommodate various learning styles. The Leadership Symposium is sponsored by the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Homeland Defense and Security and IAEM.
Date/Time: Sunday, November 12th, 8:20am – 4:20pm
Maximum participation: 40
Cost: $65—course materials, continental breakfast (7:45am), and lunch provided
The Symposium is part of the IAEM Conference in Long Beach California. The cost of the Symposium is separate from the registration cost for the Conference. The Symposium will take place in the Westin Hotel in Long Beach. For more information go to the following link. www.iaemconference.info
(REMINDER) Still in need of students.
SJC OEM Is hosting an ICS 400 Class in Aztec in the Fire Ops Training Room on Oct 23, 24, 2017; See Link Below and view the attachment for registration information on the DHS site Preparing New Mexico.
*(Note) you must create an account on preparing NM prior to registration, (If you don't have one). Instructions can be found in the PDF, below.
ONLINE REGISTRATION LINK NOW OPEN
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ALSO REGISTER BY CLICKING THE EVENT LINK AT:
Registration Inquiries and Assistance
Lisa Burciaga Segura; firstname.lastname@example.org; (505) 426-2261
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THIS CONFERENCE
Stan Ross, GCD Access Specialist; Stan.Ross@state.nm.us
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GCD: Toll-Free: (877) 696– 1470
CO.Train.org isn't accepting registrations from zip codes outside Colorado so these enrollments are being handled by the host county EM Paul Hollar firstname.lastname@example.org, (970) 564-4137.
When disaster strikes it can be a challenge to effectively mobilize, organize, and deploy needed resources. The TEEX /NERRTC Wide Area Search course is an excellent training opportunity for nearly any jurisdiction or agency that may face such an emergency. The discipline applies to a vast number of critical situations including natural disasters or terrorist incidents. Participants are instructed in practical search methods and skills so they can perform systematic searches over a large affected area. The training includes challenging exercises that mirror real life scenarios. The three-day long event concludes with an in-depth exercise that requires participants to utilize the skills gained during the course. The trainers delivering the course are knowledgeable, experienced emergency responders who have actively utilized wide area search techniques during some of the Nation's largest and most challenging operations, such as Hurricanes Katrina, Ike, Gustav and Rita, the Space Shuttle Columbia recovery operation, and many other incidents that required these same comprehensive strategies.
Plan for the response to an incident and evaluate capabilities and limitations of resources necessary to conduct a wide area search.
Collect, process, evaluate, and utilize intelligence required to formulate strategies for wide area searches.
Plan and conduct operations to support a wide area search
The L 950 course for NIMS Incident Commander is now posted on preparingnewmexico.org
L-950: NIMS ICS All-Hazards Incident Commander Course
13 Bataan Blvd
Santa Fe, NM 87508
01/22/2018 - 01/26/2018
Details can be found in the flyer, below:
Albuquerque OEM needs at least 15 more students by this Friday (September 29) to keep this series in the correct order.
Critical Infrastructure Protection Program
The Albuquerque Office of Emergency Management will host four critical infrastructure courses in 2017-18, all funded by the Department of Homeland Security & FEMA, and facilitated by TEEX (Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service). Participants who complete all four courses are eligible to apply for a Master Critical Infrastructure Protection Certificate through Texas A&M and TEEX.
The following describes each course in the series:
1. Critical Infrastructure Key Resources Awareness (AWR 213) 8 Hours (10/18/2017)
This course is an 8 hour introduction to national infrastructure protection policy, guidance, roles and responsibilities, coordinating frameworks, policies and strategies.
2. Threat and Risk Assessment (MGT 310) 16 Hours (Nov 14 & 15, 2017) This course prepares students to complete a jurisdictional Threat Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA) by following the DHS/FEMA THIRA process.
3. Enhanced Threat and Risk Assessment (MGT 315) 16 Hours (Jan 9 & 10, 2018)
This course builds on the MGT 310 by teaching participants to conduct thorough site-specific critical assessments to enhance development of their jurisdictional THIRA.
4. Advanced Critical Infrastructure Protection (MGT 414) 8 Hours (Feb 7, 2018) This management level course extends the knowledge, skills, and abilities developed in the awareness level course (AWR 213).
Go to https://www.preparingnewmexico.org/
Click: “View our 2017 Training Calendar and register”
Scroll to each appropriate month then double click on the class.
**If you have never registered on this site, you will need to create an account.**
San Juan County OEM has a grant-funded job opening in Aztec. Details can be found on their website here: http://ht.ly/g4iV30fmwDl
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