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Emergency Management Academy

The goal of the Emergency Management Academy is to provide the tools upon which to build, sustain and improve emergency management capabilities within your agency, department, organization or community.

The Emergency Management Academy is designed to provide you with a solid, usable foundation of knowledge pertaining to emergency management. The courses will help provide a better understanding of the emergency management community’s responsibilities and functions when dealing with an emerging crisis, whether it is from a federal, state or local agency, or individual perspective.

Courses are offered in a variety of formats including:

  • Online
  • Classroom
  • Seminars

This is a great opportunity to expand your knowledge and become comfortable with the many facets of emergency management.

Registration for all levels of the Emergency Management Academy

Submit completion packet for all levels

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Level I: ICS/NIMS/WebEOC Awareness*
Level II: Emergency Management Implementation
Level III: FEMA Professional Development Series
Level IV: Hands-on EOC Leadership
  • HSEEP or G-319 Exercise Design: Writing and Running Exercises
  • Plan, Write, and Facilitate a Tabletop, Functional, or Full Scale Exercise with After Action Report and Improvement Plan**
  • Participate in Evaluating or Controlling Tabletop, Functional, or Full Scale Exercise**
  • Participate as a Player in a Tabletop, Functional, or Full Scale Exercise**
  • G-191 ICS/EOC Interface
  • 3 Electives
  • 3 Electives
  • 3 Electives

EM Academy Electives
  • EMD Roles, Regulations, Resources and Responsiblities
  • Grants Funding and Grants Management and Forms
  • How NH Homeland Security and Emergency Management Interacts with Municipalities in Emergencies
  • Introduction to Weather Resources
  • NH Homeland Security and Emergency Management Exercise Controller/Evaluator
  • ICS-300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents
  • Weather 101: An Introduction to the Weather Systems NH Experiences
  • ICS-400: Advanced ICS for Command and General Staff

Bolded courses are only offered in person at this time

* If not moving on to Level II, we recommend you subsitute the following courses as your electives

**Benchmarks/extent of involvement to be determind by New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management

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