Training Program

The state of Vermont designated the Vermont Department of Public Safety as the State Administrative Agency (SAA) pertaining to the Homeland Security Grants Directorate.  The Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security assumes primary responsibility to ensure emergency responders are adequately prepared to respond to WMD incidents. This includes preparing for a crisis through training and exercise.  Our training flow chart explains the process.

The Division of Emergency Management & Homeland Security administers the Vermont Homeland Security Training Program. 

By navigating the menus provided on the right side of this page, whole community may find valuable resources that will help to adequately prevent, protect from, mitigate, respond to and recover from incidents and to perform their responsibilities using the principles of the National Incident Management System. Those interested in attending courses are encouraged to further about this program.

Looking for ICS Training? Incident Command Training is offered by Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security regularly.  For more information on NIMS or ICS training opportunities check out the Calendar.

Vermont Training Program Procedure

Contact Information

45 State Drive
Waterbury, VT 05671-1300
(800) 347-0488
(802) 244-8721
(888) 545-7598 (TTY)

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