Thursday, October 10, 2013

Training Opportunity: The Tribal Emergency Management Association

iTEMA
The Tribal Emergency Management Association
October 23, 2012 -- 12:00 Noon Eastern

EMForum.org is pleased to host a one hour presentation and interactive discussion Wednesday, October 23, 2013, beginning at 12:00 Noon Eastern time (please convert to your local time). Our topic will be the recently founded Tribal Emergency Management Association (iTEMA). Among its activities, the association supports education and training, and earlier this month announced a partnership with the University of Nebraska at Omaha for a certificate program in tribal emergency management.

Our guest will be Jake Heflin, President and Interim-Chief Executive Officer of iTEMA. An enrolled member of the Osage Nation, Mr. Heflin has been involved with emergency services for over 22 years and serves as an adjunct instructor for FEMA/EMI  teaching tribal emergency management, CERT Train-the-Trainer, and CERT Program Manager throughout the country.

Please make plans to join us, and see the Background Page for links to related resources and participant Instructions. On the day of the program, use the Webinar Login link not more than 30 minutes before the scheduled time. 

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Date and time:
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 12:00 pm
Eastern Daylight Time (Indiana, GMT-04:00)
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Panelist(s) Info:
Our guest will be Jake Heflin, President and Interim-Chief Executive Officer of iTEMA.
Duration:
1 hour
Description:
You may login at the right 30 minutes in advance of the scheduled time.
The Tribal Emergency Management Association
Our topic will be the recently founded Tribal Emergency Management Association (iTEMA). Among its activities, the association supports education and training, and earlier this month announced a partnership with the University of Nebraska at Omaha for a certificate program in tribal emergency management.

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