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Training

Training Calendar www.idahoprepares.com

The goal of the Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security Training Program is to help communities train in preparing for, responding to, recovering from, and mitigating the effects of disasters and emergency events.

Through partnerships with federal, state and local training providers, the Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security will ensure the widest possible access to all-hazard emergency management training for first responders throughout Idaho. This training will be used to meet the National Incident Management System (NIMS) compliances, and work toward building the capabilities of State and local government and non-governmental emergency preparedness and response personnel.

The Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security (BHS) provides a variety of awareness courses for all state and local first responders supported by state and local grant funds. (Emergency Management Program Grant (EMPG) and the Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP). Courses are delivered at the request of a local County/Tribal Emergency Management Coordinator. If interested, send all course inquires and/or requests to:

Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security
Training Section
4040 Guard St, Bldg. 600
Boise, Idaho 83705
Fax: 208-422-3044

Emergency Management Program Grant

These course deliveries are provided from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Emergency Management Institute (EMI) as non-resident course curriculums.

  • Registration:

    Go to the Idaho Prepares Learning Management System website to register for Idaho Emergency Management courses.

  • Requesting Courses:

    All requests for emergency management training will be submitted through the County/Tribal Emergency Management Coordinator.

Homeland Security Grant Program

The Department of Homeland Security/FEMA provides a wide variety of awareness and skills courses for all state and local first responders through the members of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium (NDPC). The NDPC provides low cost, or no cost, training for first responders from many different disciplines. Courses can be delivered on-line, at the NDPC facility, or in Idaho. Send applications to the BHS Training Section.