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Date Category Description
 10/15/2005 ARES Procedures
Training
ECom/RACES Intro.
A short introduction to ECom
 10/6/2005 Emergency Communications
Training
HB CERT Comm Links
Huntington Beach CERT Communications info
 9/25/2005 NTS radiograms
Training
SAMPLE RADIOGRAM AND NTS QUICK REFERENCE
A nice two page quick reference with an example
 9/12/2004 Training
ARES/RACES Groups
Colo. ARES - Communication Guide
Communication Guidelines
The following is an extract of the Colorado Section ARES ECom training material.
 3/6/2004 ARES Procedures
Training
National Incident Management System
NIMS embodies the "best management practices" of the existing Incident Command System, and standardizes a nationwide approach for Federal, state and local governments to work together effectively, enabling a national policy for a single all-disciplines, all-hazards plan. The Department of Homeland Security requires adoption of NIMS as a condition for receiving Federal Preparedness Assistance Grants beginning in 2005. Acrobat PDF File
 2/16/2004 Training
Emergency Information
Standardized Emergency Management System
California OES Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) Guidelines
 1/4/2004 ARES Procedures
Training
IS195 Basic Incident Command System - EMI Independent Study Program
The Incident Command System (ICS) is recognized as an effective system for managing emergencies. Several States have adopted ICS as their standard for emergency management, and others are considering adopting ICS. As ICS gains wider use, there is a need to provide training for those who are not first responders (i.e., law enforcement, fire, or emergency medical services personnel) who may be called upon to function in an ICS environment. This Basic Incident Command System (ICS) Course will begin to meet that need. The course has been developed as self-instruction but can also be delivered, with the use of an instructor, in a classroom. The course includes a large number of scenarios, examples, and opportunities for students to apply what they have learned.
 12/13/2003 Training Virginia RACES Training & Reference
Links to training and reference material from Virginia RACES.
 12/9/2003 Training Emergency Management Agency- Independent Study Program Course List
Emergency Management Agency Independent Study Course List
Download the course materials and then take the final exam.
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