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CERTIFICATIONS

The following certifications have been issued by FEMA and HOMELAND SECURITY through the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Md. They include, but are not limited to the following:


Anticipating Hazardous Weather and Community Risk
Animals in Disaster:Community Planning
Animals in Disaster: Preparedness and Awareness
Building for Earthquakes Executive Order 12699
Building Partnerships in Tribal Communities
Citizen's Disaster Assistance
Community Emergency Response Team(CERT)
Community Hurricane Preparedness
Community Tsunami Preparedness
Continuity of Operations(CoOp)Manager
Coordinating Environmental and Historic Preservation Compliance
Debris Operations
Decision Making and Problem Solving
Deployment Basics
Deployment for FEMA Response Partners
Diversity Awareness
Earthquake:Science Risk and Mitigation
Effective Communication
Emergency Planning
Emergency Program Manager
EOC Management and Operations
Equal Employment Opportunity for Employees
Equal Employment Opportunity for Supervisors
FEMA Civil Rights and Disaster Assistance
FEMA Safety Orientation 2012
Hazard Mitigation
Hazardous Materials
Household Hazardous Materials
Hurricane Mitigation
  Integrated Public Alert Warning System(PAWS)
Leadership and Influence
Livestock in Disasters
Net Guard
Principals of Emergency Management
Residential Coastal Construction
Retail Security Awareness
Retrofitting Flood Prone Residential Structures
Social Media in Emergency Management
State Disaster Management
Telecommunicators Emergency Response Taskforce(TERT)
Tornado Mitigation
Wildfire Mitigation
Workplace Violence Awareness Training


Emergency Support Functions(ESF)by ESF Number
1.Transportation
2.Communications
3.Public Works and Engineering
4.Firefighting
5.Emergency Management
6.Mass Care,Emergency Assistance,Housing,Human Services
9.Search and Rescue
10.Oil and Hazardous Materials Response
11.Agriculture and Natural Resources
12.Energy
14.Long Term Community Recovery


The following certifications have been issued by COMET and UCAR and are sponsored by NOAA and The National Weather Service.
Our extensive knowledge of weather sciences helps to keep our employees safe and helps guide the placement of manpower and machines during disasters such as firestorms, floods, and hurricane evacuations.


Advanced Fire Weather Forecaster
Advanced Satellite Soundings
Analyzing Ocean Swell
  Arctic Meteorology and Oceanography
Assessing Fire Danger
Conceptual Models of Tropical Waves
Dams and Dam Failure
Physics of the Aurora
Cameo/Hysplit Dispersion Models
Dispersion Basics
Dynamics and Microphysics of Cool Weather Orographic Storms
El Nino Southern Oscillation(ENSO)Cycle
Feature Identification From Environmental Satellites
Fire Behavior
Fire Fuels
Fire Weather Climatology
Fire Weather Grid Techniques
Flash Flood Processes
Flood Frequency Analysis
Flow Interaction With Topography
Fomosat-3/Cosmic Satellite
Forecasting Dust Storms
Gap Winds
Hydrologic Cycle
Hydrologic Sciences
Icing Assessment Using Soundings and Wind Profiles
Imaging with NOPESS VIIRS
Isentropic Analysis
Jason 2 Satellite Soundings to Monitor the Ocean
Jet Streak Circulations
Landfalling Fronts and Cyclones
Madden-Julian Oscillation Cycle
Mesoscale Convective Systems-Squall Lines and Bow Echoes
Mesoscale Meteorology Effects of Fire Behavior
Mesoscale Ocean Circulation Models
Microwave Remote Sensing:Clouds,Precipitation,Water Vapor
Microwave Remote Sensing:Land and Ocean Surface Applications
Microwave Remote Sensing:Ocean Wind Speed and Direction
  Mountain Waves and Downslope Winds
Multispectral Satellite Applications: Monitoring Wildland Fires
Nearshore Wave Modeling
Ocean Acoustics
Ocean Currents
Ocean Models
Ocean Tides
Operational Satellite Derived Tropical Rainfall Potential(TRaP)
PBL in Regions of Complex Terrain
Precipation Estimates Analysis
River Forecasting Case Studies
Runoff Processes
Satellite Meteorology GOES Channel Selection
Shallow Water waves
Social Science Perspective of Flood Events
Skywarn Spotter Training(1,2,3)
Snowmelt Processes
Stability,Smoke Management
Streamflow Routing
Thermally Forced Circulation:Mountain/Valley Breezes
Thermally Forced Circulation:Sea Breezes
Understanding Drought
Unit Hydrograph Theory
Urban Flooding
Visible and Infrared Dust Detection Techniques
Vorticity Maxima and Comma Patterns
Watersheds
Wave Ensembles in Marines Forecast Processes
Wave Life Cycle-Generation
Wave Life Cycle-Propagation and Dispersion
Wave Types and Characteristics
Wind and Wave Forecasting


CERTIFICATES
Applying Design Principals
Adobe After-Effects
Color Theory
Digital Photography
Google Webmaster
Human/Computer Information Retrieval
Microsoft Computer Security and Privacy
Video Editing and Publishing
Visual and Graphic Design
Managing Water Resources for Human Health


DIPLOMAS
Environmental Sciences
Multimedia Development
Multimedia Marketing
Web Business Development and Marketing


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