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1 Snohomish County Department Of Emergency Management Training and Exercise Schedule January Welcome to the first edition of the Snohomish County DEM Training and Exercise Schedule! This monthly T & E schedule will keep Snohomish County, city, and Tribal Nation partners informed of upcoming training and exercise opportunities offered by DEM and regional emergency management jurisdictions, Washington State Emergency Management Division, FEMA, Department of Homeland Security and various academic institutions. There s a new Training Sheriff in town: Daniel Good, formerly of the Emergency Services Coordinating Agency (ESCA), became DEM s Training Program Manager as of last June. Dan is a certified FEMA Master Trainer, Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), and holds a Master s degree in Emergency and Disaster Management. He arrived with a full suitcase of knowledge and skills well suited to launch a robust training program for our city and tribal emergency management staffs. Mark Murphy is now the Exercise Program Manager. Mark also holds a Master s degree in Emergency and Disaster Management and is DEM s lead Program Manager with overall responsibility for EOC Operations. Together, Mark and Dan are dedicated to the delivery of quality training and exercise programs in Snohomish County. Page of 21

2 Webinar, course, and exercise information is drawn primary from the FEMA Region X Training & Exercise Quarterly Compendium, Washington State Emergency Management Division monthly Training & Exercise Calendar, Snohomish Health District Training Schedule, Homeland Security Regions 1 and 6, and various academic sources. There is also a wide array of Independent Study (IS) courses through FEMA s Emergency Management Institute s Independent Study Program. Go to and take a look. Please contact Mark or Dan about posting your training opportunities available to others in the Training & Exercise Schedule. Please forward FEMA training applications to Dan for DEM approval. Training applications are then forwarded to the Washington State Emergency Management Division s Training Program Manager. Let us know of anyone one else who should be on this distribution list. Mark: or Dan: or NOTE: Mark and Dan are presenting two Training and Exercise Planning Workshops (TEPW), one for city staff, the second for county ESF staff, on respective dates of January 22 and 28. These workshops are the annual opportunity to exchange ideas on training and exercise needs for The DEM Training and Exercise Program Managers will discuss their recommendations for courses and subsequent exercises for delivery in the cities and tribal nations. Your input is required to ensure your jurisdiction s training and exercise needs are met in. Have a say in Mark and Dan s Training and Exercise Programs. Please see the TEPW information on page 17. Thanks! Page of 21

3 Webinars...3 Classroom Training..5 Exercises.14 Conferences Training Synopsis. 20 Page of 21

4 WEBINARS Title Date Time Information Registration Tuesday, 10:30 am January 20, 12:00 pm Cascadia Scenario Webinar Purpose: The Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ) Scenario Webinars will educate Cascadia Rising 2016 Exercise participants on the expected damages caused by a magnitude 9.0 CSZ earthquake and tsunami based on the most current modeling and science. The webinars will then introduce the Exercise Scenario Document which provides the foundation for exercise design, ramp-up events, and conduct. Contributors: Facilitated by subject matter experts from Western Washington University (WWU), the United States Geological Survey (USGS), and the Cascadia Region Earthquake Workgroup (CREW). Audience: All Cascadia Rising participants are encouraged to attend. Registration: To request enrollment in one of these events please click on the following link to submit your registration information Click Here to Register. Additional event details will be provided electronically upon acceptance into the webinar. Kevin Sonoff, FEMA Region // Page of 21

5 CLASSROOM TRAINING Title Date Time Information Registration Begins January TBD 22, West Skagit Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training Anacortes, WA The CERT program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as Fire Safety, Light Search and Rescue, Team Organization and Disaster Medical Operations. To Register Call the Anacortes Fire Department or State and Federal CSZ Orientation Seminar January 27, Camp Murray, WA TBD Purpose: Provide an overview of the FEMA / Federal Interagency, U.S. NORTHCOM-active military, Washington State Emergency Management Division (EMD), and Washington National Guard response plans to a major Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ) earthquake and tsunami. Registration information coming soon. For more info contact: Andrew Hendrickson Preparedness Analyst and Planning Spec FEMA Region 10 (425) or John Ufford Planning, Analysis, and Logistics Section Washington Emergency Management Div (253) Page of 21

6 ICS-400 February 5, Seattle, WA ICS-400 February 11-12, Bellingham, WA Hosted by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) District 13. Prerequisites include IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, IS-800, and ICS-300. This course will address Command and General Staff, deputies and assistants, Unified Command, and organizational relationships between Area Command, Unified Command, and Emergency Operations Centers. ICS-400 is designed to enable upperlevel management personnel to effectively manage an incident or event using the Incident Command System. LCDR Brian Henry USCG District 13 (206) Registration Deadline: January 29, Space is Limited To register provide the following: Name Phone Agency Agency address Proof of completion of ICS 300 Page of 21

7 ICS-400 February 25-26, Pierce County This course will address Command and General Staff, deputies and assistants, Unified Command, and organizational relationships between Area Command, Unified Command, and Emergency Operations Centers. ICS-400 is designed to enable upperlevel management personnel to effectively manage an incident or event using the Incident Command System. This three day course is designed to examine the role, design, and functions of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), a component of a multiagency coordination system. The course provides training about staffing and organization, information, systems, communications and equipment needs at the EOC; activating and deactivating the EOC; EOC operations; and EOC training and exercising. vey/respond/home?survey_key=aya6s ND G775 EOC Management & Operations March 2 4, Joint Base Lewis McChord 8:30 am 4:30 pm (Mar 2-3) 8:30 am 12:00 pm (Mar 4) This course is designed for Federal, State, and local emergency management officials, first responders, incident command staff, private industry and volunteer agency personnel responsible for coordinating activities during a disaster (continued). Registration Information Download and complete the EMD State Training Application from our website: management/trainingapplicationent pdf Submit completed application by: Fax: or Confirmed applicants will receive additional information no later than four weeks prior to course date. For questions call: James Yates, Course Manager or or Lisa Johnson, E&T Program Assistant or Page of 21

8 ICS-300 March 10-13, Seattle, WA PREREQUISITES Required: IS-775 EOC Management and Operations Highly recommended: IS-100.B and IS-200.B Hosted by the United States Coast Guard (USCG) District 13. Prerequisites include IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, IS-800, and ICS-300. Steve Harvey USCG Sector Puget Sound (206) ICS-400 March 25-26, Bellevue EOC th Ave NE Bellevue, WA :00 am 5:30 pm ICS-300 March 18-19, Bellevue EOC th Ave NE Bellevue, WA :00 am 5:30 pm This course will address Command and General Staff, deputies and assistants, Unified Command, and organizational relationships between Area Command, Unified Command, and Emergency Operations Centers. ICS-400 is designed to enable upperlevel management personnel to effectively manage an incident or event using the Incident Command System. Intermediate ICS 300 provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS. This course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses. Click Here to Register Click Here to Register Page of 21

9 Debris Management (G-202) Homeland Security Exercise & Evaluation Program (HSEEP) March 17-19, Tukwila, WA March 25-26, Pierce County 4:30 pm each day The goal of the course is to enable state, tribal, and local government officials to successfully plan for, respond to, and recover from a major debris-generating event. The goal of the HSEEP Course is to provide intermediate-level training on incorporating exercise guidance and best practices from the HSEEP Volumes into students exercise programs. Registration Information Download and complete the EMD State Training Application from our website: -management/trainingapplicationent pdf Submit completed application by: Fax: or Confirmed applicants will receive additional information no later than four weeks prior to course date. For questions call: Lit Dudley, Course Manager or OR Lisa Johnson, E&T Program Assistant or Registration Information Download and complete the Dept. of Homeland Security, FEMA General Admission Application at: -management/trainingapplicationent pdf Submit completed application and IS- 120A certificate to EMD no later than March 24, to: Fax: or Confirmed applicants will receive additional information no later than one week prior to course (continued). Page of 21

10 Basic Public Information Officer (G-290) ICS 300: ICS for Expanding Incidents March 31 April 1, Moses Lake April 8-9, Pierce County each day COURSE OBJECTIVES Develop and/or enhance basic skills in writing, public speaking, working with the media, and handling interviews, inquiries, and news conferences. Learn to clearly communicate life safety information to the public. Gain more confidence with the media. Develop working relationships with the media, co-workers, and superiors concerning public information activities. Develop and conduct awareness campaigns Intermediate ICS 300 provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS. This course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses. For questions contact: Ed Taylor, State Exercise Program Manager Registration Information Download and complete the EMD State Training Application from our website: -management/trainingapplicationent pdf Submit completed application to: Fax: or Confirmed applicants will receive additional information no later than one week prior to course. For questions call: Shelly Glenn, Course Manager // OR Lisa Johnson, E&T Program Assistance // vey/respond/home?survey_key=aya6c RD Page of 21

11 Joint Information System/Center for PIOs (G-291) May 7, Camp Murray This course builds on competencies gained in the Basic PIO course (G- 290) applying those skills in an expanding incident where coordination is enhanced by establishing a JIS/JIC. This training will equip PIOs with the skills needed to establish and operate in a JIS/JIC. Participants will gain a working knowledge of operational practices for per-forming PIO duties in the NIMS multi-agency coordination system. The course will demonstrate how JIC concepts are applied in a flexible and scalable manner at the local levels. Registration Information Download and complete the EMD State Training Application from our website: -management/trainingapplicationent pdf Submit completed application by: Fax: or Confirmed applicants will receive additional information no later than four weeks prior to course date. For questions contact: Shelly Glenn, Course Manager OR Lisa Johnson, E&T Program Assistant ICS-400 May 12-13, Pierce County This course will address Command and General Staff, deputies and assistants, Unified Command, and organizational relationships between Area Command, Unified Command, and Emergency Operations Centers. ICS-400 is designed to enable upperlevel management personnel to effectively manage an incident or event using the Incident Command System. vey/respond/home?survey_key=aya6s ND Page of 21

12 Amateur Radio Resources (G-251) May 20, Renton 8:30 4:30 pm The purpose of this workshop is to educate State and local emergency management officials about amateur radio resources that provide emergency communications. The workshop provides information and guidance on Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES), encourages State and local emergency management agencies to use RACES, and shows how these agencies can have an effective, integrated, and properly managed RACES organization. Registration Information Download and complete the EMD State Training Application from our website: -management/trainingapplicationent pdf Submit completed application by: Fax: or Confirmed applicants will receive additional information no later than four weeks prior to course date. For questions call: James Yates, Course Manager or NEW! ICS-339: Division/Group Supervisor June 9-10, Seattle, WA Hosted by USCG Sector Puget Sound. Prerequisites include ICS-300. or Lisa Johnson, E&T Program Assistant or Steve Harvey USCG Sector Puget Sound ICS-400: Advanced ICS for Complex Incidents June 11, Seattle, WA Hosted by USCG Sector Puget Sound. Prerequisites include IS-100, IS-200, IS-700, IS-800, and ICS-300. (206) Steve Harvey USCG Sector Puget Sound (206) Page of 21

13 ICS 300: ICS for Expanding Incidents ICS 400: Advanced ICS for Complex Incidents July 14-15, Pierce County July 15-16, Lynnwood, WA each day each day Intermediate ICS 300 provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS. This course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses. This course provides advanced training in the application of the ICS, expanding upon information covered in the ICS-300 course. vey/respond/home?survey_key=aya6c RD To be considered for enrollment, please submit a completed FEMA Form to the Regional Training Technician, Lisa Davis. Please notify Lisa of any special accommodations you may need. Lisa Davis Phone: (425) Fax: (425) Rapid Needs Assessment Workshop (G-557) July 21, Bremerton 8:30 4:30 pm Workshop activities, facilitated exercises and instructor lead group discussion are utilized in this course to provide participants with the skills to perform assessment. Please include your Student Identification Number (SID) in lieu of your Social Security Number. This is required in order to get credit for taking the course. To obtain an SID, visit this site: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid Registration Information Download and complete the EMD State Training Application from our website: -management/trainingapplicationent pdf Submit completed application by: Fax: or Confirmed applicants will receive additional information no later than three Page of 21

14 weeks prior to course date. For questions contact: Shelly Glenn, Course Manager or or Lisa Johnson, E&T Program Assistant or ICS-400 August 12-13, Pierce County ICS-300 September 15, Joint Information System/Center for PIOs Bellingham September 23, Pasco This course will address Command and General Staff, deputies and assistants, Unified Command, and organizational relationships between Area Command, Unified Command, and Emergency Operations Centers. ICS-400 is designed to enable upperlevel management personnel to effectively manage an incident or event using the Incident Command System. Hosted by the USCG Station Bellingham. Prerequisites include IS- 100, IS-200, IS-700, and IS-800. This course builds on competencies gained in the Basic PIO course (G- 290) applying those skills in an expanding incident where coordination is enhanced by establishing a JIS/JIC. This training will equip PIOs with the skills needed to establish and operate in a JIS/JIC. Participants will gain a working knowledge of operational practices for per-forming PIO duties in the NIMS multi-agency coordination vey/respond/home?survey_key=aya6s ND BMC Charles Gittings USCG Station Bellingham (360) Registration Information Download and complete the EMD State Training Application from our website: -management/trainingapplicationent pdf Submit completed application by: Fax: or Page of 21

15 ICS 300: ICS for Expanding Incidents October 7-8, Pierce County ICS-400 November 3-4, Pierce County each day system. The course will demonstrate how JIC concepts are applied in a flexible and scalable manner at the local levels. Intermediate ICS 300 provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the ICS. This course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses. This course will address Command and General Staff, deputies and assistants, Unified Command, and organizational relationships between Area Command, Unified Command, and Emergency Operations Centers. ICS-400 is designed to enable upperlevel management personnel to effectively manage an incident or event using the Incident Command System. Confirmed applicants will receive additional information no later than four weeks prior to course date (continued) For questions contact: Shelly Glenn, Course Manager OR Lisa Johnson, E&T Program Assistant vey/respond/home?survey_key=aya6c RD vey/respond/home?survey_key=aya6s ND Page of 21

16 EXERCISES Title Date Time Information Registration June 2016 Cascadia Rising is a functional exercise designed to test local, state, tribal, and federal governments as well as select private sector and nongovernmental organizations ability to jointly respond to a Cascadia Subduction Zone 9.0 earthquake and tsunami with associated aftershocks along the west coast of the United States. Cascadia Rising For more information please contact Steve Simerly Regional Exercise Officer, FEMA Region 10 (425) Ed Taylor Exercise Program Manager, WA EMD (253) Page of 21

17 CONFERENCES Title Date Information Registration January 22, Join us at this important session to share/coordinate RSVP: details about exercises and trainings for the 8:30 am - upcoming years (-2017). Noon Snohomish County DEM Snohomish County DEM Training & Exercise Planning Workshop (TEPW) Snohomish County Cities, Towns, and Tribal Nations and their respective Emergency Management Coordinators, Fire, Law Enforcement, Public Works, Medical Service, or other support agencies. Come prepared to discuss training and exercise ideas for your respective jurisdiction! Read ahead packet to follow by separate . NLT COB 19 January (seating is limited, reserve your place early) Please contact Mark Murphy or Dan Good at (425) or 5066 with any questions or concerns. Page of 21

18 State and Federal CSZ Orientation Seminar January 27, Camp Murray, WA Purpose: Provide an overview of the FEMA / Federal Interagency, U.S. NORTHCOM-active military, Washington State Emergency Management Division (EMD), and Washington National Guard response plans to a major Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ) earthquake and tsunami. Registration information coming soon. For more info contact: Andrew Hendrickson Preparedness Analyst and Planning S FEMA Region 10 (425) or John Ufford Planning, Analysis, and Logistics Sect Washington Emergency Management (253) Snohomish County DEM Training & Exercise Planning Workshop (TEPW) January 28, 8:30 am - 3:00 pm Snohomish County DEM Join us at this important session to share/coordinate details about exercises and trainings for the upcoming years (-2017). This separate TEPW is for County Departments, Special Purpose Districts in Unincorporated County, Emergency Support Function (ESF) Partners, and other agencies. Come prepared to discuss training and exercise ideas. RSVP: NLT COB 26 January (seating is limited, reserve your place early) Please contact Mark Murphy or Dan Good at (425) or 5066 with any questions or concerns. Read ahead packet to follow by separate . Page of 21

19 NEW DATE! CASCADIA RISING INITIAL PLANNING Meeting (IPM) - Washington Partners in Preparedness CAMP MURRAY, WA February 18-19, April 14-16, Tacoma, WA HOSTED BY FEMA REGION X AND WASHINGTON EMD. THE IPM WILL PROVIDE THE SUB-WORKING GROUPS AND SUBCOMMITTEES AN OPPORTUNITY TO MEET IN ORDER TO CONTINUE EXERCISE DESIGN. THE SECOND DAY WILL INCLUDE A PLENARY SESSION WHERE THE SUBWORKING GROUP AND SUBCOMMITTEE CO-LEADS WILL PROVIDE A BRIEF OUT ON THE STATUS OF THEIR SUB-WORKING Group and Subcommittee. The first day of the conference (Tuesday, April 14th) will feature the following special workshops from 1 pm - 5 pm: STEVE SIMERLY FEMA REGION X (425) ED TAYLOR WASHINGTON EMD (253) SR530 Landslide: A Collection of Experiences and Lessons Learned. Business Continuity Planning Demystifying Virtual Operations Support Teams (VOSTS) Public Information Officers Best Practices WSEMA Joint Conference September 21-24, Vancouver, WA More information to come Page of 21

20 Training Delivered or Hosted by DEM in 2014 Date Title Hosted or Delivered by DEM January 8 DEM Recovery Workshop #2 Delivered January 16 Red Cross Shelter Training Hosted January 23 Medical Reserve Corps Cultural Competence Hosted February ICS-300 (Intermediate ICS) Delivered February 11 Medical Reserve Corps Red Cross Hosted Documentation May 3 Medical Reserve Corps First Aid/CPR Hosted May 31 Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Orientation Hosted June 7 Medical Reserve Corps First Aid Hosted June 7 Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Orientation Hosted June 14 Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Orientation Hosted July 12 Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Orientation Hosted August 13 DEM Training and Exercise Planning Workshop Delivered August 20 EOC Overview for Cities Delivered August ICS-300 (Intermediate ICS) Delivered September 10 Essential EOC Operations for City Employees Delivered September ICS-300 (Intermediate ICS) Delivered September 17 Damage Assessment Overview for City Delivered Employees w/ full-scale windshield damage assessment exercise September Communications Unit Leader Course Hosted September 24 Essential EOC Operations for City Employees Delivered September 27 Basic Life Support & First Aid / CPR Hosted September 30 October 1 ICS-400 (Advanced ICS) Delivered October 1 Damage Assessment Overview for City Delivered Employees w/ full scale windshield damage assessment exercise October 4 5 FEMA Auxiliary Communications Course Hosted October 11 Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Orientation Hosted October 15 FEMA Public Assistance Training Hosted Page of 21

21 October 17 AmeriCorps Staff Training Hosted October 23 Essential EOC Operations for City Employees Delivered October 30 GIS Training Hosted November 3-6 FEMA Situational Awareness and Common Hosted Operating Picture Course November 8 Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Orientation Hosted November 18 ICS-100 (Introduction to ICS classroom version) Delivered November Communications Unit Leader Course Hosted November 22 Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Orientation Hosted November 29 Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Orientation Hosted # # # # Page of 21

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