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The National Emergency Management Basic Academy is a gateway for individuals pursuing a career in emergency management. Similar to basic academies operated by the fire service and law enforcement communities, the National Emergency Management Basic Academy will provide a foundational education in emergency management.
The goal of the Basic Academy is to support the early careers of emergency managers through a training experience combining knowledge of all fundamental systems, concepts, and practices of cutting-edge emergency management. The Academy provides shared classrooms of adult learners and skillful instructors resulting in a solid foundation upon which to build further studies and sound decisions.
2018 small cute Clutch Purse Mini Lady Corduroy wallets Noopvan Hasp Coin Wallet Wallet Clearance Bag Pink The National Emergency Management Basic Academy is designed for newly appointed emergency managers with less than three years of experience, including members of State, local, tribal, and territorial homeland security or emergency services programs; Nongovernmental organizations, voluntary agencies, or professional organizations; Private sector emergency management offices; College or university emergency management staff; and FEMA, federal partners, military and emergency managers at other departments or agencies.
The Basic Academy consists of the following classroom courses. Attendance at each course is required. E/L0101, Foundations of Emergency Management, should be taken first but is not required.
** E/L/K0146 HSEEP is replacing the E/L0104 Exercise Design, which will retire in FY19. If you have previously taken E/L/K0146 you do not have to retake the course to be given credit towards the Basic Academy.
Six online Independent Study courses are required as prerequisites to the classroom courses. All six must be completed before submitting an application for E/L0101
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