KYEM Training 

Training LogoThroughout the Commonwealth, the Kentucky Division of Emergency Management (KYEM), as outlined in KRS 39A and 106 KAR 1:210 and 106 KAR 1:220, is responsible for coordinating emergency response/relief/recovery efforts for natural and manmade disasters such as tornadoes, storms, earthquakes, hazardous material incidents, as well as acts of terrorism involving weapons of mass destruction.

By working seamlessly with state agencies, local public safety departments and volunteer organizations, KYEM can effectively respond to and coordinate the emergency needs of all 120 Kentucky counties in times of disaster.

December 2-3 - GEMW 2014



 2014 Calendar

Expand/Collapse Month : 11 November ‎(1)
November 24, Damage Assessment Class, Mercer CountyRegisterMercerDamage Assess.118 KB
Expand/Collapse Month : 12 December ‎(3)
December 06-07, ICS-400, Garrard CountyRegisterGarrard11ICS91 KB
December 08, Basic EOC Operations, Perry CountyRegisterPerry8Basic EOC65 KB
December 11-12, ICS-300, Madison CountyRegisterMadison11ICS64 KB

 2015 Calendar

Expand/Collapse Month : 02 February ‎(2)
February 17-19, All Hazards Position Specific Communications Unit Leader Course (E969), Franklin CountyRegisterFranklin5259 KB
February 19, Critical Infrastructure Key Resources Awareness, Campbell County (Non-KYEM)RegisterCampbell6Critical Infrastucture422 KB
Expand/Collapse Month : 03 March ‎(2)
March 18, Natrual Disaster Awareness for Senior Citizens, Campbell County (Non-KYEM)RegisterCampbell County6For Senior Citizens513 KB
March 25-26, Sports and Special Events Evacuation and Exercise, Campbell County (Non-KYEM)RegisterCampbell County6Sports / Special Event Evacuation423 KB
Expand/Collapse Month : 09 September ‎(1)
September 15-17, Intermediate ICS 300, Campbell County (Non-KYEM)RegisterCampbell County6ICS420 KB
Expand/Collapse Month : 10 October ‎(1)
October 14-15, Advanced ICS 400, Campbell County (Non-KYEM)RegisterCampbell County6ICS419 KB