April 29 - 30, 2019
08:00 to 17:00 (5pm)
San Juan College School of Energy
RM 99228
4601 College Blvd.
Farmington, NM  87402

Point of Contact:  Michele Truby-Tillen
                             SJC OEM
                             505-334-7700
​                             [email protected]

This course provides training for local and state Emergency Managers who respond to hazardous weather events, while promoting partnership and coordination between the National Weather Service (NWS) and Emergency Managers.

The goal of this course is to enhance Emergency Managers' ability to recognize potentially hazardous weather and flooding situations so they are equipped to plan appropriately and to coordinate effective responses.

Course Objectives

--- Analyze how the components of weather interact to create hazardous weather
-- Anticipate the impact of hazardous weather events to enhance Preparedness
-- Evaluate actions taken by Emergency Managers to prepare for and respond to actual hazardous weather events
-- Interpret information contained in NWS forecast and warning products and other weather resources
-- Assess your community's state of readiness for hazardous weather and flooding events
-- Evaluate the effectiveness of emergency response actions for a given scenario

April 23 - 24, 2019
08:00 to 17:00 (5pm)
San Juan College School of Energy
RM 99223
4601 College Blvd.
Farmington, NM  87402

Point of Contact:  Mike Mestas
                             SJC OEM
                             505-334-4714
​                             [email protected]
rerequisites & Other Information:
Prerequisite Courses:
IS00029
IS0100.b
IS0702.a
IS0909

The Basic Public Information Officer Course (G0290) is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to start applying basic concepts underlying the Public Information Officer (PIO) role. This course can provide a basic understanding of the PIO function for those new to the position.

This is the second course in the Public Information Training Series. This course is delivered at the state, local, tribal and territorial governments. Other courses are conducted as resident courses at the Emergency Management Institute (EMI). The courses build on each other enhancing students’ skills further at each level.

This course uses Bloom’s Taxonomy as a guide to focus the course material on augmenting the knowledge and comprehension for new PIOs.

This course will consider the value of communication before, during and after an incident. It will help PIOs identify critical audiences, both internal and external.

Selection Criteria: The primary audience for this training is individuals who have public information responsibilities as their main job or as an auxiliary function at the federal, state, local, tribal or territorial level of government, and in the private and nongovernmental sectors.

April 25, 2019
08:00 to 17:00 (5pm)
San Juan College School of Energy
RM 99223
4601 College Blvd.
Farmington, NM  87402

Point of Contact:  Mike Mestas
                             SJC OEM
                             505-334-4714
​                             [email protected]
rerequisites & Other Information:
Prerequisite Courses:
G0290
IS0100.b
IS0702.a
IS0909

This course is designed for PIOs with experience in the field who will be working in a JIS/JIC. This is the third course in the Public Information Training Series. This course is delivered at the state, local, tribal, and territorial governments. Other courses are conducted as resident courses at the Emergency Management Institute (EMI).

The courses build on each other enhancing students’ skills further at each level. This course uses Blooms Taxonomy as a guide to focus the course material on augmenting the knowledge and comprehension for new PIOs.
(This course is equivalent to E/L0387)

This course will outline the communications needed for different incidents and define the roles of the PIO within ICS.

Selection Criteria: The primary audience for this training is individuals who have public information responsibilities as their main job or as an auxiliary function at the federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial level of government, and in the private and nongovernmental sectors.

May 6 - May 8, 2019
08:00 to 17:00 (5pm)
San Juan College School of Energy
Merrion Room A&B
4601 College Blvd.
Farmington, NM  87402

Point of Contact:  Mike Mestas
                             SJC OEM
                             505-334-4714
​                            [email protected]

The Intermediate Incident Command System for Expanding Incidents course 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.

May 8 - May 9, 2019
08:00 to 17:00 (5pm)
San Juan College School of Energy
Merrion Room A&B
4601 College Blvd.
Farmington, NM  87402

Point of Contact:  Mike Mestas
                             SJC OEM
                             505-334-4714
​                            [email protected]

Course Description

This course provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the Incident Command System (ICS).

This course expands upon information covered in the ICS 100 through ICS 300 courses, which are prerequisites for ICS 400.

Selection Criteria: The target audience for this course is senior personnel who are expected to perform in a management capacity in an Area Command or Multi-Agency Coordination Entity.

Course Objectives

-- Explain how major incidents engender     special management challenges.
-- Describe the circumstances in which an Area Command is established.
-- Describe the circumstances in which Multi-Agency Coordination Systems are established.

MISSION STATEMENT
The Mission of San Juan County Office of Emergency Management is to provide a comprehensive and coordinated county wide emergency management program to enhance public safety and reduce the loss of lives and property in an emergency or a large scale disaster.