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The Statewide Interoperability Program offers a variety of training opportunities in support of emergency communications. Opportunities include a semi-annual functional exercise, drills, position specific courses, tabletop exercises, webinars, and discussion-based exercises as well as planning support and consultation for your own training event.

Upcoming training opportunities are generally included in the SIEC’s Quarterly Newsletter, posted to the Upcoming Events Page (Insert Link) and announced via the FEMA Region X Regional Emergency Communications Coordination Working Group (RECCWG).

Speaking Engagements/Presentation Requests

Members of the Statewide Interoperability Program may be available to attend your event and deliver training or participate in a panel. Reach out to discuss the request by clicking here.

Speaking Engagement/Presentation Request Information Needed:

  • Requestor Contact Info
  • Date and Time of Event
  • Type of Event and Location
  • Requested Presentation Topic and Format
  • Length of Presentation
  • Number of Attendees
  • Website of Event (If available)
  • How the event or presentation supports interoperability/emergency communications.


We offer the following courses in partnership with the Interoperable Communications Technical Assistance Program of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

  • Communications Unit Leader (COML)
  • Incident Communications Center Manager (INCM)
  • Incident Tactical Dispatcher (INTD)
  • Communications Technician (COMT)
  • Auxiliary Communicator (AUXC)
  • Informational Technology Services Unit Leader (ITSL)

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Branch Task Books

The Information and Communications Technology Branch Program (Insert link to page) recognizes the following task books for credentialing and certification.