If the moment comes – whether from weapons of mass destruction, terrorism or a hazardous materials incident – The Homeland Security programs maximize responders' ability to face the challenge while protecting themselves, notifying others and securing the scene. Prepared state and local jurisdictions are more resilient in the face of catastrophic disasters. The program takes an all-hazards approach and is divided into three parts. Customized courses meet the unique needs of municipalities and private sector providers including transportation and petro-chemical industries.
The Executive Programs train senior elected and agency officials about their roles during disasters and in making critical decisions. WMD Programs focus on training multi-disciplinary audiences to manage and respond to incidents including medical emergencies and public health disasters. Preparedness Programs offer training at the local, regional or state level, ranging from emergency management plan development to developing after-action reviews.