E362 - Multi-Hazard Emergency Planning for Schools TTT

FY 2009

Course Purpose

This course provides school district teams with the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to develop all-hazard school plans for school emergencies.  The course focuses on the phases of emergency management and explains how to use the Incident Command System (ICS) as the foundation for a school emergency response plan.  Using ICS, school personnel will be able to coordinate their emergency activities with outside agencies in response to any situation.  As a train-the-trainer, teams are expected to return to their school districts and teach the field course to school personnel. 

Train-the-Trainer course will present course content, Units 1-7, and module on “Teaching the Course in the Field”.


Completion of IS-100.SCa/IS-100.SC, Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS-100, for Schools prior to attending.

Team Selection Criteria

First Responders

School District/School Officials – 5 people

Course Length

4 days



Admission Process

To reserve your space in the above course, a FEMA Form 75-5 (General Admission Application) should be submitted through your State emergency management office.

For information on enrollment, please go to http://training.fema.gov/

For further information on the above course, please contact the Program Manager at Dawn.Warehime@dhs.gov