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BEM

This interactive online course provides an overview of emergency management in Alberta including the systems and processes for mitigating, preparing for, responding to and recovering from emergencies and disasters. You will learn about the key provisions of the Emergency Management Act and have the opportunity to identify the roles and responsibilities of various levels of government and other key organizations involved in emergency management.

Target Audience:

  • Municipal, First Nation and Provincial Emergency Management Coordinators
  • Members of emergency management program committees
  • Personnel responsible for emergency programs within their organizations (i.e. emergency services, private sector, non-government organizations, etc.)

Time to complete: 2 - 4 hours

To Enrol

Information on how to enrol in our training can be found here.

Final Exam

The exam is 25 questions. The pass grade is 80%.

Certificate

Individuals who successfully complete the exam will be able to print their certificate from their transcript in the Contact Learning Management System.

Support

If you are having problems registering for the course or exam, please send an email to aema.training@gov.ab.ca. Please note that emails will be addressed within 5 business days.

  • Date modified: 2018-04-06