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DHS\FEMA. How to Become a Contract Instructor

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How to Become a Contract Instructor

You must ensure that you meet the Course-Specific Criteria for the respective course. Please review the minimum qualifications for each course using the link below.

Conflict of Interest – If your State or local governmental agency is funded through THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT and you receive pay directly or indirectly from FEDERAL GOVERNMENT grant funding you may not contract for a fee, but must contract for expenses only unless you are on UNPAID leave OR LEAVE WITHOUT PAY STATUS. I

f you are a FEMA Disaster Assistance Employee you may not contract with FEMA to instruct.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the information being provided, please email them to

“The Emergency Management Institute (EMI) is committed to building a cadre of instructors who are reflective of the diversity of the field of emergency management and current practitioners in the emergency management career field.

Contract instructors work for EMI part time and augment the faculty in the delivery of a course. Instructors usually work full time in a specialty field and teach one or two classes in that specialty.  For more information, please go to: How to Become an EMI Contract Instructor or email

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