Did you say, “Yes” when asked to volunteer as the local EMD or EMC and later wonder what you said yes to? You are not alone.
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about your role as the Local Emergency Management Director (EMD) for your community and how best to interact with the other emergency service providers and municipal officials while preforming your job as EMD.
When: December 7, 2016
5:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Where: Agency of Transportation Facility, 2178 Airport Road, Unit A, Berlin, VT (across from the Knapp Airport in Berlin)
This class is being offered by the Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security “as a cornerstone for the new Vermont EM Certification Program.” As taken from the course description, “the Vermont Local Emergency Management Course incorporates many different aspects of “emergency management” to include its partnership with emergency services. The course describes the realistic responsibilities of the job here in Vermont. The course includes all mission areas of emergencies and disasters, the core capabilities that make up the responsibilities, the integration and communications needed to be successful. And finally the course strongly emphasizes the teamwork between emergency management, emergency services and the municipal leadership.”
Target Audience: The audience for this fundamental course includes local emergency management directors, coordinators and staff, emergency services personnel and volunteers, and municipal employees.
A Certificate of Attendance will be given to those who complete the four hour course. There is no prerequisite for the course and there is no fee for attending.
Registration is required by completing a registration form which can be downloaded at:
Send Completed forms to: DPS.EMHSTraining@vermont.gov
Contact Laura Ranker for more information or if you need assistance with registration at email@example.com or by phone at 802-229-0389.
CLASS SIZE IS LIMITED SO REGISTER NOW.