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National Emergency Management Executive Academy

E0680: Examining Emergency Management Policy and Doctrine

Course Description

EMI, partnering with our Nation's best and brightest, will convey cutting edge models and approaches to the core competencies areas of systems thinking for emergency management, leading complex systems, methodologies to take ideas from inception to innovation, net centric visioning and designing, presenting for impact. The course is highly interactive and includes relevant case studies and realistic simulation exercises for emergency management executives.

Selection Criteria

Formal acceptance into the Executive Academy is required (see Executive Academy Application & Selection Process).

Prerequisites

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

Course Length

4 days

CEUs

3.2

 
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