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National Incident Management System related training is one of the important elements that state, territorial, tribal and local entities must complete. All emergency response agencies must understand how to effectively plan for and manage a WMD/terrorism incident. Subsequently, those agencies must adapt the existing Incident Command System (ICS) to the unique challenges posed during the integration of local, state, and federal agencies into a unified command structure. These courses use a multi-discipline, multi-jurisdictional teambuilding approach to accomplish the learning objectives through short lectures, small group activities and interactive tabletop exercises. States, territories, tribes and local jurisdictions should consider and include appropriate organizations in their NIMS implementation efforts, including private sector emergency medical and hospital providers, transportation systems, utilities and special facilities such as industrial plants, nuclear power plants, factories, military facilities, stadiums and arenas.
See the NIMS Training Guidelines for the appropriate level of training for your personnel.
"The experience and expertise that TEEX Instructors bring to our jurisdiction is simply outstanding! I am always impressed with the fact that they customize their training to fit the needs of the community where they are conducting the training. They do not know what it is to do a "canned presentation".
Barry K. Webb, Training Coordinator Cincinnati-Hamilton County Homeland Security
"The 'content' of this class can be extremely dry under normal circumstances but the TEEX Instructors manage to keep students involved and engaged through open discussions and role playing and you walk away from the class knowing that you have picked up valuable information that is going to make a difference if/when you are needed. Most people that take a course through TEEX ask to be notified as soon as I start putting together another course."
Sue Bernardoni, Saginaw, MI EM Coordinator
Other DHS-FEMA Funded Incident Management Courses offered by TEEX