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1 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 Emergency Management Professional Program (EMPP) April 30, 2014

2 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 EMI EMPP FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute (EMI) is charged with strengthening the field of emergency management by establishing an Emergency Management Professional Program (EMPP). The EMPP provides a structured and progressive framework for acquiring the knowledge, skills, and abilities to enter and progress through the field and to meet the challenges of a dynamic and complex environment. The entire EMPP curriculum is designed to be a lifetime of learning for a career in emergency management. The EMPP includes three training and education programs: National Emergency Management Academy National Emergency Management Leaders Academy National Emergency Management Executive Academy 2

3 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 EMI National Emergency Management Academy Mission  To serve as the entry-point for individuals nationwide pursuing a career in emergency management and offer a foundational education.  Provide an opportunity for students to establish professional contacts; gain a common understanding of their roles, responsibilities, and legal boundaries; and build camaraderie as part of an emergency management program. 3

4 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 National Emergency Management Academy Curriculum E0101 E0101 Foundations of Emergency Management Provides the knowledge and skills needed to perform at an entry level within the Emergency Management career field. E0102 E0102 Science of Disaster Overview of scientific principles and concepts that shape our increasingly dangerous world. E0103 E0103 Planning: Emergency Operations Basic concepts and planning steps to those new to the field of Emergency Management so that they may apply planning discipline and skills to challenges in their jobs. E0104 E0104 Exercise Design Fundamentals of exercise simulation and design as an integrated system of resources and capabilities. E0105 E0105 Public Information and Writing Introduces what the Public Information Officer (PIO) does in Emergency Management along with basic information about the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System. 4

5 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 Target/Training Audience Community of Practice Training Audience State, Local, Tribal, Territories Homeland Security or Emergency Services Program FEMA and Federal Partners Federal Emergency Management or Department of Homeland Security AcademiaUniversity Emergency Management Private SectorEmergency Management Offices Non Governmental Organizations Professional and voluntary agencies or organizations 5 Prerequisites:  IS-0100 Introduction to the Incident Command  IS-0700 National Incident Management System, An Introduction  IS-0800 National Response Framework, An Introduction  IS-0230 Fundamentals of Emergency Management

6 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 Application Process 1. A General Admission Application Form or FEMA Form Item 9.a. on the form should state “National Emergency Management Academy”. 6  EMI Administrative Process Application Routing Stipends  Selection Criteria Open to all in the target audience

7 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 National Emergency Management Academy 7 FY2015 Strategy  Deliver full curriculum (E101 – E105) of courses at EMI each quarter  Deliver TTT courses at EMI and in the field at least once per quarter  Support delivery of full curriculum of courses in the field by request

8 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 EMI Leaders Academy Mission  Provide essential skills and tools for emergency management professionals to lead dynamic and resilient programs.  A focus on strategic and critical thinking as well as complex problem solving.  Leverage the Leadership Action Project to demonstrate the ability to think critically about the key learning concepts of the program relative to an inward or outward focused project. 8

9 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 National Emergency Management Leaders Academy Curriculum E0451 E0451 Leadership I: Overview of Leadership in Emergency Management Introduce the qualities of an effective Emergency Management Leader, relevant management styles, strategic thinking, and decision-making. E0452 E0452 Leadership II: Personal Leadership Skills E0453 E0453 Leadership III: Leadership in the Local Organization & Local Community E0454 E0454 Leadership IV: Leadership in the National Community and in the Profession 9

10 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 Target/Training Audience Community of Practice Training Audience State, Local, Tribal, Territories Emergency Management Directors or Deputies FEMA and Federal Partners Leaders of Emergency Management Offices or Programs AcademiaUniversity Emergency Management Directors or Deputies Private SectorDeputy Directors of Emergency Management office Non Governmental Organizations Mid-level leaders of major professional organizations; Mid-level leaders of voluntary agencies or organizations 10 Recommended Prerequisites:  Certified Emergency Managers (CEM)  FEMA EMI National Emergency Management Academy (Foundational Academy)  Degree/advanced degree in emergency management or related field  FEMA EMI Professional Development Series (PDS) and/or other relevant training  At least 3 years of professional experience in the field of emergency management is required

11 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 Application Process Packet Components 1. A letter from the applicant requesting admission to the program and specifying the applicant’s qualifications and perceived expectations of the program. 2. A General Admission Application Form or FEMA Form (attached). Item 9.a. on the form should state “EMI National EM Leaders Academy”. 3. The Leaders Academy questionnaire. 4. A letter of recommendation from the applicant’s immediate supervisor indicating the organization’s commitment to allow the applicant to complete the entire program. 5. The applicant’s signed commitment statement indicating their commitment to complete the entire program to include the four resident courses at EMI, the Leaders Academy Action Project, and pre-course requirements. 11  EMI Administrative Process  Application Routing  Stipends  Selection Process and Criteria  Time Line  Deadline for 2015 applications is 9/15/2014  Selections completed by 10/1/2014

12 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 EMI Executive Academy Mission  Instill a deeper understanding of contemporary and emerging issues.  Provide a safe and open collaborative environment for senior executives to debate public policy, analyze research to practice, and discuss social and organizational implications.  Present theories, tools, and resources that enable decision-makers to think and act more strategically, apply critical thinking processes, and practice Meta-Leadership principles.  Provide the opportunity to work collaboratively on projects, share smart practices, and participate in exercises on cascading and catastrophic events. 12

13 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 Executive Academy Curriculum E0680 E0680 Emergency Management – A Leadership Challenge National Preparedness Leadership Institute (NPLI) at Harvard University Cultivate leadership skills across organizational boundaries and throughout the Whole Community. E0682 E0682 Emergency Management in the 21st Century Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS) at the Naval Postgraduate School Develop and apply critical thinking skills to policy and strategy level decision making involving 21st Century emergency management issues. E0684 E0684 Science, Policies, and Decisions National Disaster Preparedness Training Center (NDPTC) at the University of Hawaii Leverage science, technology, engineering and data analytics to develop policy to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards. E0686 E0686 Exercising Executive Policy and Decision Making Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) Integrate and exercise newly acquired knowledge and skills to discuss case studies, develop solutions for real-world problems, and meet the challenges of complex and / or catastrophic emergency management scenarios. 13

14 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 Target/Training Audience Community of Practice Training Audience State, Local, Tribal, Territories High ranking administrator. Governor’s Cabinet, Chief, Director, of agency or organization FEMA and Federal Partners High ranking administrator, at the Appointed or SES level/GS15 Academia University EM Director Private Sector Executive-level or Director/Deputy of EM office Non Governmental Organizations Presidents or chairs of major professional organizations; Chiefs or directors of voluntary agencies or organizations 14 Examples:  Federal Preparedness Coordinator  National Response Program Manager of a Federal Partner  HLS or EM Director or Deputy Director for State, Multijurisdictional, or Large Metropolitan Area  Director of Crisis Management and Business Continuity of Fortune 500 Corporation

15 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 Application Process Packet Components 1. Applicant’s resume, including education (bachelor’s degree or higher required – no exceptions). 2. A General Admission Application Form or FEMA Form (attached). Item 9.a. on the form should state “National EM Executive Academy Cohort”. Date field should be blank or use first course dates. 3. The Executive Academy questionnaire, including a signed commitment statement. 4. A letter of recommendation from the applicant’s immediate supervisor or sponsoring organization, indicating the organization’s commitment to allow the applicant to complete the entire program. 15  EMI Administrative Process  Application Routing  Stipends  Selection Process and Criteria  Current Position and responsibilities  Executive-level EM experience  Past and projected policy contributions  Academic Credentials  Time Line  Deadline for 2015 applications is 8/15/2014  Selections completed by 9/20/2014

16 Presenter’s Name/Title April 29, 2014 EMI Questions? 16


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