Schedule of Classes

G191 Incident Command System (ICS)/Emergency Operation Center (EOC) Interface
8/13/2015
Seats Remaining: 17
This 1-day course describe ICS, identify the roles & responsibilities of ICS and EOC during emeregncy operations, apply ICS/EOC interface concepts in an exercise situation, develope an ICS/EOC interface action plan for your


CERT (Community Emergency Response Team Training)
8/17/2015
Seats Remaining: 19
This 2.5-day course will help educate people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area & trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search & rescue, team organization & disaster medical operatio


ICS 300-Intermediate
8/25/2015
Seats are filled. Please register in the waiting list
This 2-day course will keep our emergency responders aware of the importance of ICS as well as keeping them up to speed on what to expect.


ICS 400 - Advanced
8/27/2015
Seats Remaining: 2
This 2-day course is recommend to all command and general staff  in the response field take ICS-400


G557 Rapid Needs Assessment (previously 250.7)
9/3/2015
Seats Remaining: 18
This 1-day course provides the ability of local governments to perform a Rapid Needs Assessment accurately and within the first few hours after an incident or emergency is critical to providing a response designed to save lives and s


AWR-322 Natural Disaster Awareness for Security Professionals
9/15/2015
Seats Remaining: 30
This 1-day course will enhance the ability of security professionals to prepare for and plan to react immediately in the event of a natural disaster to meet the disaster response and recovery needs of their facility.


AWR-322 Natural Disaster Awareness for Security Professionals
9/17/2015
Seats Remaining: 30
This 1-day course will enhance the ability of security professionals to prepare for and plan to react immediately in the event of a natural disaster to meet the disaster response and recovery needs of their facility.


HSEEP L0146
10/1/2015
Seats Remaining: 5
This 2-day intermediate-level course provides a comprehensive overview of HSEEP concepts. Using instructional and applied learning-participants will learn exercise management, design and development, conduct, evaluation, and improvement planning.


Essentials of Community Cybersecurity
10/19/2015
Seats Remaining: 33
This 6-hr course provides individuals, community leaders and first responders with information on how cyber-attacks can impact, prevent, and/or stop operations in emergency responses.



If you encounter any problems with registering contact Beth Lewis at beth.lewis@iowa.gov or 515-725-3204.