Homeland Security Training
homeland security grant program (HSGP) funded training
Click here for detailed information on using HSGP funds to support training activities (SHGP, CCP, UASI, MMRS). If the program you're interested in is NOT listed in one of the Approved Training Catalogs below, it may be eligible for funding if it meets with certain conditions outlined in the
2011 Homeland Security Grant Program Guidance.
Locally delivered programs (jump to out-of-state programs)
There are hundreds of Homeland Security programs available for delivery in your jurisdiction. Some are federally funded, others can be funded with with Homeland Security Grant Program funds.
Our training programs can be requested for local delivery by following our Training Event Request procedures. To see what's currently scheduled in your area, please check our ADEM Training Calendar.
To view a list of available programs and course descriptions, you can visit the Homeland Security Grant Program's First Responder Training website for the most current editions of the catalogs below.
approved training catalogs
FEMA (DHS) - National Training and Education Division (NTED) Catalog
These courses are developed for and/or
delivered by institutions and organizations funded directly by FEMA. The majority of these programs are offered at NO COST. This
includes programs offered by the institutions below. This site now includes a searchable database of programs offered by federal training partners. Contact the Arizona Training Point of Contact (TPOC) for details.
- The Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP)
- The National Domestic Preparedness Consortium (NDPC)
- The Rural Domestic Preparedness
- National Emergency Training Center
- National Fire
- Emergency Management Institute
- FEMA Training
Partners funded through the Continuing and Demonstration Training grant programs
State Sponsored Course Catalog
These courses are developed for and/or delivered
by institutions or organizations other than Federal entities or FEMA, and are
sponsored by the SAA or their designated Training Point of Contact. The majority of the courses have fees. Contact the TPOC for details.
Federal Sponsored Course Catalog
This catalog lists courses developed for and/or
delivered by institutions funded by Federal entities other than FEMA. Some of these courses have fees; some are funded through state or federal entities. Contact the TPOC for details.
Technical Assistance Catalog
This is a comprehensive reference document listing Technical Assistance (TA) services that are presently available, as well as those currently under development. The TA Catalog conveys key programmatic information in a concise, user-friendly format so that State and local jurisdictions can rapidly locate services that meet their individual preparedness and program management needs. These programs are offered at NO COST, but deliveries are limited by state. Contact the TPOC for details.
resident training: out-of-state (go back to local programs)
There are many opportunities to attend training programs at various approved locations throughout the country. Each training provider has their own registration form and process that must be followed. Because of the background, discipline and experience needed for many of the Homeland Security training courses offered, applicants attending training courses at the provider’s location (also known as Resident Training) must adhere to the individual provider’s policies and procedures.
These programs are all federally funded, including all travel expenses and minor incidentals. Because the major expenses (airfare, lodging) are taken care of up front by the individual training providers, your agency does not need to be involved in any reimbursement process. You can visit their website for training calendars, course details and registration procedures.
After downloading the appropriate application, ensure you have filled it in completely, obtained all necessary signatures, and coordinated the training in accordance with your agency's travel and training policies.
Incomplete applications, or applications without required signatures will not be processed.
Fax the completed application to our Training Office. You will usually receive confirmation of your course date and travel arrangements within a week.
Security and Emergency Response Training Center
- Located in Pueblo, CO
- SERTC now has funding for FOUR of their Hazardous Materials Transportation Programs
- Highway Emergency Response Specialist (HERS)
- Tank Car Specialist (TCS)
- Leadership and Management of Surface Transportation Incidents (LMSTI)
- HazMat WMD Technician for Surface Transportation (HWMDTST)
- Click the "NDPC Application" tab to view program descriptions
- Training Calendar
- Application Process -SERTC is no longer accepting applications downloaded from their site. You must now enroll online through www.sertc.org. You will then be given the option to print, sign and fax your application to our office.
Center for Domestic Preparedness (also Noble Training Center)
The Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) is striving to enhance the protection of Personal Identification Information (PII) for students enrolling into CDP training programs. As such, the CDP is implementing a Student Identification (SID) number process. The intent is to have all students training in CDP training programs (resident, non-resident or indirect) complete the secure online registration. This can be accomplished by going to https://cdp.dhs.gov/elms and creating an account to obtain a CDP SID number.
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Nevada Test Site - Counter Terrorism Operations Support
Dugway Proving Ground
Texas Engineering Extension Service
Emergency Management Institute (EMI)
For additional information on any of these programs, please contact us for assistance.