November Chapter Meeting Info - DIA!
Topic: Aviation Security – Current & Emerging Issues
Join the Chapter on Friday, November 21 at Denver International Airport as Andrew Southard, DIA Director of Security, talks about aviation security and other ongoing activities occurring at the airport.
Attendees must register in advance: stay tuned for registration information.
Location: See DIA map below
Parking: Parking validation will be available, but attendees must adhere to the following instructions:
Remote attendance: 866-573-0310
CPM Symposium - 15% Discount for ACP Members
CPM is extending ACP members a 15% discount when attending this year's symposium. The symposium will be held on November 18 – 20, in Dallas, Texas. Click here to go get more information.
Here are some example sessions this year.
Cyber Training Event (Colorado Springs)
The Western Cyber Exchange will be holding training on October 29, 2014.
Who should attend: Leaders and professionals from the utility and energy, business leaders, government (city, county, and state), military and federal agencies, cybersecurity and IT professionals, and others interested in improving the region’s security.
FREE TO THE FIRST 60 ATTENDEES!!
For more information go to: http://www.wcyberx.org/new-events/
Red Rocks CC offering Associates Degree in Emergency Management and Planning
Red Rocks Community College is offering an Associate of Applied Science Degree or Certificate, in Emergency Management and Planning. The Degree is designed for new entrants into the Emergency Management field while the Certificate is geared toward current practitioners interested in upgrading their skills. The program serves as the focal point for the delivery of emergency management training, including the enhancement of planning skills and operational capabilities required for an effective response to and recovery from disasters.
Click here to download a pdf with more information
More questions? Contact Ivo Roospold, Program Coordinator
Phone: (303) 914-6404; Email: email@example.com
ACP Supports SafeAmerica "Drill Month"
Under the title, BE Safe America, a broad coalition of over 50 non-profits and governmental agencies are being invited to collaborate and a) train together; b) rehearse a disaster drill individually; and then c) conduct pre- and post- evaluative surveys as a step toward improving the nation’s resiliency.
The Safe America Foundation announced its plan to coordinate Year 6 of the nation’s first comprehensive national preparedness effort this fall along with its new partner, the Association of Contingency Planners (ACP). ACP, which includes 2,400 members in 42 chapters, will work to be the ‘local army’ of the BE Safe America program.
For more information go to www.safeamerica.org