Schedule of Classes

G 290 Basic Public Information Officer (PIO)
5/26/2021
Seats are filled. Please register in the waiting list
This 2-day training will equip participants with the basic skills needed to be a PIO. The course emphasizes skills development and addresses the impact of technology on emergency public information.


G 202 Debris Management Planning for State, Tribal, & Local Officials
6/1/2021
Seats Remaining: 14
This 3-day course is designed to enable participants to successfully plan for, respond to and manage debris operations resulting from a debris generating event. Interactive lectures, individual activities and small group activities will provide opportunities for participants to share ideas and ask questions.


ICS 400 Advanced
6/9/2021
Seats Remaining: 1
This 2-day course provides training on and resources for personnel who has a responsibility to function in a command post managing and expanding incident. Topics include use of an Incident Complex and Area Command, and the interactions between Multi-Agency Coordination (MAC) entities.


CERT - Teaching Campus CERT
6/15/2021
Seats Remaining: 89
By the end of this module, participants will be able to give CERT Basic Training in a college or university setting. To do that, they must be able to: * Identify planning considerations for starting and running a CERT program in a campus community. * Figure out how to market a CERT program for a campus community. * Explain how to deliver CERT Basic Training to a campus community. This module is an annex to the CERT T-T-T Course. The topics that will be covered in this module are: * Module overview * Why is campus CERT needed? * Planning considerations for campus CERT * Marketing considerations for campus CERT * Delivering CERT Basic Training on campus


CERT - Teaching Campus CERT
6/16/2021
Seats Remaining: 89
By the end of this module, participants will be able to give CERT Basic Training in a college or university setting. To do that, they must be able to: * Identify planning considerations for starting and running a CERT program in a campus community. * Figure out how to market a CERT program for a campus community. * Explain how to deliver CERT Basic Training to a campus community. This module is an annex to the CERT T-T-T Course. The topics that will be covered in this module are: * Module overview * Why is campus CERT needed? * Planning considerations for campus CERT * Marketing considerations for campus CERT * Delivering CERT Basic Training on campus


G 205 Recovery from Disaster: The Local Government Role
6/17/2021
Seats Remaining: 22
This course is designed for local disaster recovery teams consisting of emergency managers, city/county administrators, public works directors, building inspectors, and community planners. The course focuses on the roles and responsibilities of each team member, and provides guidance on developing a local disaster recovery plan. Participants are given the opportunity to develop an outline of their own recovery plan during the course. • Increase local government and community awareness of issues involved in disaster recovery • Build local recovery capability to address guidance expressed in the National Disaster Recovery Framework during local disaster recovery • Provide a forum for discussion of “lessons learned” and best practices in disaster recovery at the local level • Promote the development of a pre-disaster recovery planning process


EMPD-Emergency Mgmt Program Development Session #3
8/12/2021
Seats Remaining: 21
The Emergency Management Program Development course provides a comprehensive overview of the statutory requirements and professional duties of today’s emergency manager. Developed and delivered by practitioners in four separate 6 hour sessions, the course is an opportunity for peer to peer learning through lecture as well as task-oriented coaching. Technical and soft skill development in the areas of administration, planning, resource management, training, and exercises are included. Topics covered: Local Governance, Hazard Analysis, Planning and Professional Development


EMPD-Emergency Mgmt Program Development Session #4
11/18/2021
Seats Remaining: 22
The Emergency Management Program Development course provides a comprehensive overview of the statutory requirements and professional duties of today’s emergency manager. Developed and delivered by practitioners in four separate 6 hour sessions, the course is an opportunity for peer to peer learning through lecture as well as task-oriented coaching. Technical and soft skill development in the areas of administration, planning, resource management, training, and exercises are included. Topics covered: Commission Governance, Training, Exercises, Homeland Security, Budgeting and Professional Development



If you encounter any problems with registering contact the HSEMD Training Staff at hsemdtraining@iowa.gov or 515-725-3204.