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2014 Training Schedule

 G290 Basic PIO  Carla McBee  16hrs   Jan 14-15, 2014 Chief Logan 
 G291  JIC/JIS Planning for PIOs  Don Williams  8hrs  Feb 11, 2014  North Bend
 G270.4  Recovery from Disaster, The Local Role  Jeff Harvey  16hrs  Mar 18-19, 2014  Pipestem
 G557  Rapid Needs Assessment  Don Williams  12hrs  Apr 15-16, 2014  Cacapon
 G386  Mass Fatalities Incident Response  Carla McBee  17hrs  May 13-14, 2014  Twin Falls
 G364  Multi-Hazard Planning for Schools  Don Williams  16hrs  Jun 17-18, 2014  Hawks Nest
 G272  Warning Coordination  Dave Bradley  12hrs  Jul 15-16, 2014  Blackwater Falls
 G358  Evacuation and Re-Entry Planning  Dave Bradley  12hrs  Aug 19-20, 2014  Tygart Lake
 G775  EOC Management and Operations  Dave Bradley  16hrs  Sep 16-17, 2014  Chief Logan


Effective October 1, 2013, DHSEM requires all persons taking training to register through the Homeland Security Training Database system. This tool was created to streamline the registration and tracking process. In order to register for training, please go to www.onlinelearning.wv.gov/dmapscm6

Contact

Christian Fernley
WVDHSEM State Training Officer
(304) 558-5380
gregory.c.fernley@wv.gov 

Requirements

County emergency management directors are required to have 48 hours of training each year.
Half of those hours are to be classroom hours while the other half may be independent
study hours. The Federal Emergency Management Agency's
online training site offers
independent study courses.

NIMS Requirements

Here is a list of the new NIMS compliant courses which follow NIMS guidelines.
View a copy of the

NIMS Guidelines

for training within organizations.

  • IS-100 (ICS-100) is available as an on-line or classroom delivered course.

This course is currently available in Law Enforcement and Public Works

specific versions, other discipline specific versions become available later.

  • IS-200 (ICS-200) is available as an on-line or classroom delivered course. 

  • G-300 (ICS-300) is available at state level. 

  • G-400 (ICS-400) is available at state level. 

  • IS-700 is available as an on-line or classroom delivered course.

  • IS-800.A is available as an on-line or classroom delivered course

 

 FY 2011 EMPG Requirements

FY 2011 EMPG Program funds may be used for a range of emergency management-related
 trainingactivities to enhance the capabilities of State and local emergency management personnel
through the establishment, support, conduct, and attendance of training. Training activities
should align to a current, Multi-Year TEP developed through an annual TEPW. Further
guidance concerning the Training and Exercise Plan and the Training and Exercise Plan
Workshop can be found at https://hseep.dhs.gov. Training should foster the development of a
community oriented approach to emergency management that emphasizes engagement at the
community level, strengthens best practices, and provides a path toward building sustainable
resilience. All EMPG Program funded personnel shall participate in no less than three
exercises in a 12 month period and shall complete the following training requirements and
record proof of completion. 

NIMS Training:
IS 100
IS 200
IS 700
IS 800  

FEMA Professional Development Series:
IS 139
IS 230.a
IS 235.a
IS 240.a
IS 241.a
IS 242.a
IS 244.a  

UPDATED  Requirements:


NIMS Training:

IS 100.b

IS 200.b

IS 700.a
IS 800.b

 

FEMA Professional Development Series:

IS 120.a

IS 230.b

IS 235.b

IS 240.a

IS 241.a

IS 242.a
IS 244.a

 

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