Resident, Trainer Program, RLO, IEMC, DFTO, etc.

Integrated Emergency Management Course (IEMC)

Non-Resident Courses (EMI Courses Conducted by States)

Emergency Management Professional Program (EMPP)

Virtual Table Top Exercise (VTTX) (Sites participate from home via VTC)

Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience

We will be performing scheduled maintenance on Monday, May 20, 2019 at 7:00 AM EST. Service isexpectedto be restored by 10:00 AM EST. However, this could run over. During this time Independent Study exams will not be available. Pleasecontact usif you experience any issues outside of this maintenance window.

E/L/K0146 Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program Training

National Emergency Management Advanced Academy

Advanced Academy Application and Selection Process

National Emergency Management Executive Academy

Executive Academy Application and Selection Process

Note:New FY20 application materials are ready for download!

In collaboration with academia, renowned practitioners and industry leaders, Emergency Management Institute (EMI) has created the National Emergency Management Executive Academy to produce a comprehensive and cutting-edge curriculum supporting the advancement of strategic and policy level executive leadership.

The National Emergency Management Executive Academy provides an ideal setting for a diverse representation of senior emergency management executives to come together and explore contemporary and emerging 21st century challenges. The program hones strategic leadership and critical thinking for senior executives involved with multi-jurisdictional, national, and international homeland security and emergency management policy development and decision making responsibilities. Participants work collaboratively on capstone projects. These projects are the cohorts opportunity to leave a lasting impact, leveraging the wealth of knowledge they bring to the academy and applying the new knowledge they are acquiring to forge a path toward improving the processes, practice and profession of emergency management.

If you have a suggestion for a specific emergency management challenge that you would like an executive cohort team to consider for their Academy capstone project, please

The Executive Academy is designed for emergency management senior executives in State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial; non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academic institutions, and private sector entities. Ideal candidates will serve on major commissions and task forces and/or be responsible for decisions that have a significant effect on policy.

The audience may include, but is not limited to:

Emergency management and homeland security directors or advisors leading in local, state, multijurisdictional, or large metropolitan areas;

Emergency management leaders from allied disciplines in the public sector, such as public utilities, K-12 education, higher education, public transportation, and military/DSCA roles;

Administrators, such as members of the Governors Cabinet or chief/director of an agency;

Federal administrators, at the Appointed or Senior Executive Service (SES)/GS15 level; and

EMI will select up to 40 emergency management executives to participate in the Executive Academy per year. Each Cohort will reflect a Whole Community composition.

Required: 10 years experience in an EM position or applicable work experience will be considered for exceptional candidates.

E0680: Examining Emergency Management Policy and Doctrine (32 hours) 4 days

E0682: Leading Complex Systems (32 hours) 4 days

E0684: Interpreting the Contemporary Emergency Management Environment (32 hours) 4 days

E0686: Creating the Emergency Management Stakeholder Community (32 hours) 4 days

Some individuals may be eligible for stipend reimbursement. or information about travel reimbursement eligibility and procedures, see the NETC Welcome Package at: If you have any questions about your eligibility to receive a stipend, please contact Admissions either by email a.govor by phone at .


State, local or tribal government representatives.

Recognized volunteer organization representatives.

Active emergency management organization representatives.

Representatives from state or local fire organizations.


Federal government. (Federal students are subject to federal travel regulations and travel under orders prepared by their office.)

Employees who are contracted to federal, state or local government entities (such as rural-metro departments).

For more information about theNational Emergency Management Executive Academy, contact

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