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NIMS Core Curriculum Courses are comprised of ICS, NIMS, and All-Hazards Position Specific (AHPS) coursesImplementing the NIMS Training Program is a critical component of a National Training Program, mandated by the Post-Katrina Emergency Management Reform Act of 2006. A well developed NIMS training program that both guides and promotes NIMS training is vital to a successful nationwide implementation of NIMS. However, NIMS training is just one component of a comprehensive emergency management program, which requires a continuous cycle of planning, organizing, equipping, exercising, evaluating, and taking corrective action.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Integration Center (NIC) maintains the NIMS Training Program. FEMA recognizes that the NIMS national training program must be more than a plan to train emergency management personnel on the ICS. As a result, the NIC is releasing this NIMS Training Program document to define a national NIMS training curriculum and personnel qualifications and to assemble and update the training guidance for available NIMS courses (organized as a core curriculum).
The NIMS Training Program supersedes the Five-Year NIMS Training Plan, originally released in February 2008.
Guardian Group EMS Offers NIMS / ICS Training
Guardian Group EMS is proud to offer in-house NIMS / ICS classes to all of our customers and affiliates. Our certified instructors will travel to your establishment, conduct the following NIMS Core Curriculum Courses specific to your needs to include ICS, NIMS, and All-Hazards Position Specific (AHPS) courses. Students will receiver their Certificates upon completion of the final test at the end of the class. Students will be required to bring their own laptop or desktop to complete the final test.
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