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CCEMA offers course registration through Google Forms. As a general guideline, registration will open approximately 2 months before the dates of the training, unless earlier registration is required through an external agency. Receiving an automated notification from Google Forms that your responses have been submitted is your confirmation of registration. Unless otherwise noted (e.g., Basic Academy) this confirmation is your acceptance into the class. If the class is already full, you will be notified that you have been added to a waitlist and receive further instructions.
One week before the course, you will be sent the materials and logistics for the course. If there are extenuating circumstances in which you require the materials and logistics earlier than one week before the course, contact the Training and Exercise Coordinator.
Below you will find a list of currently open registration forms (updates 8/11/22). The registration form will display all of the updated, relevant details about the training. Additional information for each course may also be found in the archived T/E bulletins. If you have trouble accessing a form, contact the Training and Exercise Coordinator.
ICS-300: Mid-Level Management Incident Command System (September 13th-14th, 2022): This course, being offered by York County Emergency Management Agency, is a 3-day course that is designed for a multi-discipline organization and staffing, incident and event planning/staffing, organizing a response to an incident or audience of persons who would likely serve as supervisors in an ICS structure. Topics include planned event, and incident resource management. The course includes group activities, a tabletop exercise, and a final exam. This program is intended for middle management and command staff personnel.
L1301: Continuity Planning (September 14th-15th, 2022): This course assists continuity practitioners with understanding their continuity roles and responsibilities, and provides them with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to help develop and maintain a viable continuity plan for their organization. The course materials are based on guidance found in Federal Continuity Directives (FCDs) 1 and 2 and the Continuity Guidance Circular (CGC) for developing continuity plans and programs. By the end of the course students will possess the ability to build a draft continuity plan and understand the key roles necessary for developing critical mitigation strategies and key elements of a continuity capability. The target audience for this course is all levels of government and whole community partners.
G402: NIMS Overview for Senior Officials (September 20th, 2022): The purpose of this course is to familiarize Senior Officials (executives, elected and appointed officials, city/county managers, agency administrators, etc.) with their role in supporting incident management within the National Incident Management System (NIMS). Upon completion of this course, students will be able to explain NIMS tenets and the role of the four command and coordination entities (ICS, EOC, MAC Group, and JIS) within NIMS.
ICS-400: Advanced Incident Command System (October 19th-20th, 2022): This course, being offered by York County Emergency Management Agency, is a 2-day course that expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 through ICS-300 courses and is designed for senior emergency personnel who are expected to perform in a management capacity in a Multi-Agency Coordination unit or in an Area Command. The goals of the ICS-400 are to explain how major incidents engender special management challenges; describe the circumstances in which an Area Command is established, and to describe the circumstances in which multi-agency coordination systems are established.
: The goal of the 40-hour MGT-906: ICS Train-the-Trainer is to prepare instructors to deliver Incident Command System Curricula-related training Courses. While the course covers ICS-100, 200, 300, 400, G191 and G402, the emphasis will be on ICS-300 and ICS-400. The ideal student for this course has a working knowledge of ICS principles and has responsibility for conducting ICS training in their jurisdiction.
L1302: Continuity Program Management (February 22nd-23th): This course assists continuity program managers with understanding their roles and responsibilities and provides resources to help them develop a wholistic continuity capability for their organizations. This course is intended for continuity practitioners responsible for the oversight and management of an organizational continuity program. The course materials are based on guidance found in FCDs 1 and 2 and the CGC for developing continuity plans and programs. By the end of this course, program managers will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of key concepts and strategies for implementing a continuity program management cycle. The target audience for this course is all levels of government and whole community partners.
Volunteer Reception Center (VRC) Training: This 45-minute training hosted by the Southern Maine Community Organizations Active in Disaster (SMCOAD) outlines Volunteer Reception Centers, how they work, and how you can be ready to assist your community after a disaster. This training is for any member of the public who is interested in helping their community be resilient. Interested in getting more involved? After viewing this training, get in touch with Margaret Cushing at email@example.com.
Point of Contact
Training and Exercise Coordinator
Office: 207-892-6785 ext. 1031