Edmonds CC security director graduates from national FEMA Advanced Academy11/16/18
Edmonds Community College’s Director of Safety, Security, and Emergency Preparedness Jade Jeter-Hill graduated Sept. 28 from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Advanced Academy (NEMAA) at the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Md.
|FEMA’s National Training and Education Division Director Chris Logan congratulates Edmonds CC’s Safety, Security, and Emergency Preparedness Director Jade Jeter-Hill on completing FEMA’s National Emergency Management Advanced Academy. (Photo credit: Shane Gibbon / FEMA)|
“Edmonds CC is dedicated to ensuring that our campus is a safe place to study, work, and gather as a community,” said Jeter-Hill. “Employees are supported and encouraged to pursue professional development opportunities like the FEMA academy, which increased my knowledge and ability to prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters that might impact our campus and community.”
Jeter-Hill completed the academy’s full curriculum which provides strategic training and education, and the essential skills needed for emergency management professionals to manage dynamic and resilient emergency management programs.
Graduates completed four one-week resident courses in the Advanced Academy, including: A Survey of Advanced Concepts in Emergency Management, Assessment and Application of Professional Style in Emergency Management, Advanced Concepts and Issues in the Emergency Management Organization, and Advanced Concepts and Issues in the Emergency Management Community and Profession.
FEMA’s National Emergency Management Advanced Academy reinforces the qualities needed to manage emergency management programs, provides relevant management theories and concepts, and utilizes appropriate case studies.