Managing Critical Incidents at Institutions of Higher Education MGT 361 FEMA
February 11 – 13, 2019
This course provides the higher education campus administrators, campus emergency management teams, and their community partners a forum to address the full spectrum of emergency preparedness–prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery as it relates to critical incidents affecting college campuses and places specific emphasis on the unique aspects and challenges associated with higher education institutions. Participants learn to effectively managea critical incident by applying an all-hazards, multi-disciplinary, community approach based on the National Incident Management Systems(NIMS) and Incident Command System(ICS). The course is delivered through a combination of lecture and team activities, and culminates with an instructor-led role-play exercise customized to the local community.
Executive Development Institute (EDI)
February 25-28, 2019
Florida State University (Tallahassee)
IACLEA is again convening its Executive Development Institute (EDI) this year: February 25–28, 2019, at Florida State University (Tallahassee). The 3½ day Institute curriculum will include: principles of leadership, managing staff, effective communications, accountability, organizational management, and more. It is the only leadership training developed specifically for campus public safety professionals.
It’s a great course for chiefs and directors, but is also a valuable investment in the professional development of standout members of your leadership team. If you want to boost the leadership potential of your most talented staff, then EDI is for those personnel.
EDI serves personnel at sworn or non-sworn, public or private, two-year or four-year institutions. It is open to IACLEA members and non-members. An early-bird discount is available for registrations prior to January 11. More information: https://www.iaclea.org/executive-development-institute
RAD Instructor Course
March 18-20, 2019
Augusta University Police Department