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National Emergency Management Advanced Academy

E0454: Advanced IV - Advanced Concepts and Issues in the Emergency Management Community and Profession

Course Description

E0454, Advanced Concepts and Issues in the Emergency Management Community and Profession (Advanced IV), is the fourth and final course of the National Emergency Management Advanced Academy curriculum. The goal of Advanced IV is to provide EM professionals with critical skills that are needed to engage the challenges associated with the broader regional, national and international EM community. Advanced IV is designed to provide participants with an understanding of these broader issues and the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skill gained through the previous three courses and the research project work to the broader strategic EM arena.

Selection Criteria

Participants are only admitted to the four course Academy series through the annual Advanced Academy selection process conducted in June each year (see application and selection process).

Prerequisites

Three or more years in an Emergency Management Leadership role or position.

Recommended: Applications will be evaluated based on recommended prerequisites to include:

  • At least three (3) years in an EM position
  • Project and working group in EM
  • Substantial continuing service commitment
  • Whole community representation

Course Length

5 days

CEUs

3.5

 
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