National Emergency Management Basic Academy (NEMBA)

Monday, 3 October 2022 8:00 AM - Friday, 7 October 2022 5:00 PM EDT

430 Coram Ave., Shelton, CT, 06484, United States

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Monday, 3 October 2022 8:00 AM - Friday, 7 October 2022 5:00 PM EDT

Echo Hose Training Center, 430 Coram Ave., Shelton, CT, 06484, United States.

National Emergency Management Basic Academy (NEMBA) Fairfield, Connecticut

Registration for this course https://training.fema.gov/empp/docs/nemaa_application_packet_2023.pdf

Make sure when sending in your application in, you say this is for the Basic class

Purpose:

To provide an overview of the National Emergency Management Basic Academy (NEMBA) program and to provide dates and details on the registration process for Fairfield, Connecticut.

Program Description:

The National Emergency Management Basic Academy is designed for individuals pursuing a career in emergency management and provides a foundational education in emergency management knowledge, skills, and abilities.

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 contemporary emergency management. The Basic Academy provides adult learners, facilitated by skilled faculty members, a solid foundation upon which to build a career in the emergency management profession. For more information, visit our website at: The National Emergency Management Basic Academy (https://training.fema.gov/empp/basic.aspx).

Target Audience:

The National Emergency Management Basic Academy is designed for newly appointed emergency managers with less than 3 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.

Classroom Requirements:

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/K/L0101, Foundations of Emergency Management (40 hours) 5 days

·         E/K/L0102, Science of Disaster  (approximately 24 hours) 3 days

·         E/K/L0103, Planning: Emergency Operations  (16 hours) 2 days

·         E/K/L0146, Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) (16 hours) 2 days 

o    (Only an EMI class certificate dated after March 2013 will be accepted for the HSEEP requirement toward graduation).

·         E/K/L0105, Public Information Basic  3 days

o   Total course hours: 120 hours

Prerequisites:

Twelve online Independent Study courses are required as prerequisites to the resident or virtual classroom courses. All twelve must be completed before applying for E/L/K0101:

 

·         IS-29: Public Information Officer Awareness

·         IS-100: Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS-100

·         IS-120: An Introduction to Exercises

·         IS-200: Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response

·         IS-230: Fundamentals of Emergency Management

·         IS-235: Emergency Planning

·         IS-240: Leadership and Influence

·         IS-241: Decision Making and Problem Solving

·         IS-242: Effective Communication

·         IS-244: Developing and Managing Volunteers

·         IS-700: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System

·         IS-800: National Response Framework, An Introduction

Location:

430 Coram Ave., Shelton, CT. 

 

Dates (FY22):

·         10/03-10/07 L0101 Foundations of Emergency Management

·         10/24-10/26 L0102 Science of Disaster

·         10/27-10/28 L0103 Planning: Emergency Operations

·         12/12-12/13 L0146 HSEEP

·         12/14-12/16 L0105 Public Information Basic

 

 

How to Register for the Course:

Registration for this course https://training.fema.gov/empp/docs/nemaa_application_packet_2023.pdf

 

Make sure when sending in your application in you say this is for the Basic class

Once state registration is complete, you will register for each course online with EMI on the first day of class.

Application Review:

To be evaluated for admission into this course, block #16 on the application form must be completed. Please refer to the Target Audience above and indicate how you meet the requirements based upon your position and experience.

 

Cost/Reimbursement Information:

EMI does not provide stipend reimbursement for off-campus course deliveries.

There is no fee for the course.

ConnecticutPoints of Contact:

Shelly Carter
State Training Officer
860-685-8556
Email: demhs.trainingandexercise@ct.gov

 

 

EMI Point of Contact:

 

For additional information, contact the course manager, Jeff Januchowski at (301) 447-1383 or by email at jeffrey.januchowski@fema.dhs.govor Richard Bashioum at (301) 447-1629 or by e-mail at richard.bashioum@fema.dhs.gov.

 

Connecticut Emergency Management and Homeland Security

www.ct.gov/demhs

Registration for this course https://training.fema.gov/empp/docs/nemaa_application_packet_2023.pdf

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