Advanced Academy - L0452

February 14, 2022 - February 18, 2022


February 14, 2022 - February 18, 2022

8:00 am to 4:30 pm CST


Williamson County Public Safety Center 304 Beasley Dr. Franklin, TN 37064


The National Emergency Management Advanced Academy (NEMAA) reinforces the qualities needed to lead emergency management programs, provides relevant management theories and concepts, and utilizes appropriate case studies. NEMAA participants work within a collaborative environment on projects and establish a network of peers.

Who Should Apply

NEMAA is designed for Emergency Management mid-level managers with five (5) years of experience in the Emergency Management profession with a significant role directly connected to the Profession of Emergency Management or a recognized EM organization; to include, but not limited to Public Health, Higher Education, Medical, and Private Sector organizations or companies with a role in Emergencies and Disasters. Examples of this experience include:

Employed or directly connected (ex. Volunteer) with Emergency Management (EM) (Examples: Federal, Military, State, Local, Tribal, Territorial and Consortium EM Agencies)
Directly Connected with the Profession of Emergency Management (EM) or a Recognized EM Organization (Examples: Public Health, Higher Education, School Systems, NGOs, Private Sector Business Continuity/EM)

Students learn skills critical to performing emergency management responsibilities, such as: program management and oversight, effective communication at all levels, integrated collaboration, and strategic thinking, along with completing a NEMAA Paper prior to attending the third course.

Classroom Course Requirements:

The NEMAA program series consists of four (4) resident courses that are each five (5) days in duration and completed during the current Federal fiscal year, as well as completing a comprehensive paper prior to graduation. Attendance at each course is required and must be attended in sequential order listed below. The courses are not offered individually, and participants must apply and be selected by an annual evaluation board with the first of four classes starting during the first quarter (October, November and/or December) of the fiscal year. A list of the courses includes:

E/L0451 Advanced I – Application of Advanced Individual Concepts in EM
E/L0452 Advanced II – Assessment of Teams in Professional Emergency Management
E/L0453 Advanced III – Contemporary Issues in the Emergency Management Organization
E/L0454 Advanced IV – Advanced Concepts and Policy in EM Profession

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