Available Training

Hamilton County EMHSA is focused on building preparedness, response and recovery capabilities tied to identified risks and areas of improvement in the region through training opportunities. Informational flyers and registration forms for available trainings can be found by clicking on the links below.  If there is a certain class you would like us to consider bringing to the area, please contact Sam Reed at Samuel.Reed@hamilton-co.org

PLEASE NOTE:  FEMA SID number requirement.

Instead of using a person’s Social Security Number as a means of identification, new requirements mandate that participants taking DHS/FEMA funded courses are to have a FEMA Student Identification number (FEMA SID#).  It only takes 2-3 minutes to register.

To create or retrieve the FEMA Student Identification (SID) number, please log on to the FEMA SID site:https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid. A FEMA SID uniquely identifies participants throughout the FEMA organization and all of its agencies.  The FEMA SID serves as a personal identification number and merges/links/connects/combines all FEMA training records under one account to simplify keeping track of the student’s FEMA training accomplishments.  To learn more information about the SID, please follow:  https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid/Home.aspx.

PLEASE NOTE: Registration for some of the available trainings listed below requires registration via Ohio EMA’s new Public Safety Training Website.  Click here to go to Ohio EMA’s training website.


2018 Training


  • 12th: HazMat IQ Above the Line / Below the Line
  • 16th: Clandestine Lab Awareness
  • 18th: WebEOC/RAVEN911
  • 23rd-25th: PER 229 Introduction to Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO) Suite


  • 1st: EOC 101
  • 6th: G 191 ICS/EOC Interface
  • 12th: National Weather Service Weather Spotter Training
  • 13th-14th: G 108 Community Mass Care and Emergency Assistance
  • 15th: WebEOC/RAVEN911
  • 16th:  Tactical Technician


  • 6th-7th: G 235 Emergency Planning
  • 15th: WebEOC/RAVEN911


  • 5th: Rail Car Incident Response for Crude, Ethanol and Other Flammable Liquids
  • 10th: Hamilton County Damage Assessment
  • 12th: National Weather Service Weather Spotter Training
  • 19th: WebEOC/RAVEN911
  • 24th-26th: Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)


  • 3rd: OH 607 Public Assistance Damage Assessment
  • 8th: EOC 101
  • 17th: WebEOC/RAVEN911
  • 22nd-24th: L 550 Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planning TtT


  • 5th: AWR 160 WMD Terrorism Awareness for Emergency Responders
  • 12th-14th: MGT 346 EOC Management & Operations
  • 21st: WebEOC/RAVEN911


  • 19th: WebEOC/RAVEN911
  • 23rd-24th: MERRTT (Modular Emergency Response Radiological Transportation Training) Course
  • 31st: PER 336 Protective Measures Course


  • 2nd: MGT 451 Bomb Threat Management Planning Course
  • 2nd: EOC 101
  • 7th: PER 232 Initial Law Enforcement Response to Suicide Bombing Attacks
  • 14th-15th: MGT 318 Public Information in an All Hazards Incident
  • 16th: WebEOC/RAVEN911


  • 6th: Hamilton County Damage Assessment
  • 11th-13th: PER 222 Public Safety CBRNE Response Sampling Techniques and Guidelines
  • 20th: WebEOC/RAVEN911


  • 9th: EOC 101
  • 18th: WebEOC/RAVEN911
  • 22nd-24th: ICS 300*
  • 25th-26th: ICS 400*


  • 7th: Hamilton County Damage Assessment
  • 14th-15th: G 108 Community Mass Care and Emergency Assistance
  • 15th: WebEOC/RAVEN911


  • 20th: WebEOC/RAVEN911


*Courses with an asterisk are tentatively scheduled, pending confirmation.