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One of the fundamental missions of emergency management is to facilitate training that improves personnel's knowledge, skills, and abilities they need to respond to an emergency. FSU Emergency Management has developed this training program with this goal in mind. While most of the content on this page is geared toward FSU employees who are members of the FSU Emergency Management Team, many options are open to students, faculty, staff and other interested people.


National Incident Management System (NIMS) / Incident Command System (ICS). The Florida State University has a NIMS ICS Training Policy  which governs which university employees or university-affiliated personnel requires National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Incident Command System (ICS) training and to what levels. (*MUST BE AN FSU AFFILIATE TO VIEW LINK*)

FSU Emergency Management & Homeland Security Academic Program. Located within the Askew School of Public Administration and Policy in the College of Social Sciences & Public Policy, the Emergency Management & Homeland Security program offers a wide variety of classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. You can take these classes as individual electives or several collectively to earn one of their certificates. Learn More.

Florida Division of Emergency Management. The Florida Division of Emergency Management administers a comprehensive training program throughout the state. These are typically intermediate to advanced level courses offered in multi-day classroom sessions. Learn More.

Leon County.  Leon County Emergency Management maintains a Multi-Year Training and Exercise Plan (MYTEP) that includes these activities. Planning, Training, and Community Preparedness Efforts.The MYTEP serves as a road map to accomplishing emergency preparedness and training goals and enhancing community preparedness through a proposed schedule of training and exercises. 



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