Be sure to head over to https://training.fema.gov/is/ to check out the updated IS-100.c (Introduction to the Incident Command System) and IS-700.b (Introduction to the National Incident Management System). These courses have been updated to reflect the ‘refreshed’ NIMS doctrine, which includes some information on EOC structures, among other things. For my review of the NIMS refresh, check out this article.
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Based on my listing last year of Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) training, some have asked recently where they can find HSEEP training. One of the most convenient sources is the web-based program run through FEMA’s Emergency Management Institute (EMI). This course, K0146, is conducted in a live webinar over several blocks of time.
The schedule can be found at this link. Just type K0146 into the course search field.
Also keep in mind that many state emergency management/homeland security offices offer the HSEEP course in a classroom setting.