All-Hazards Incident Management Team Certification
Flowchart for progression
If you are interested in pursuing certification there are three paths in Wyoming.
This includes a position task book, education, and experience via application process to gain certification. We do allow direct entry into positions via the AHITMA standard.
This is likely the path most folks in WY will take.
This path is for those already possessing certification from an entity like NWCG, USCG, or other SQRC recognized entity.
Recognition of Prior Learning
In Wyoming, this only applies to the "non-traditional" FEMA NQS positions. This path has been retired as a method in WY for typical ICS positions through AHIMTA.
Let us know you're interested via Survey
Complete your pre-reqs below
Prepare your paperwork and submit it for consideration via application
Spencer Pollock email@example.com 307-777-4903
Required Wyoming Specific Pre-Req Training
Wyoming has decided to include a handful of required training (online) for successful certification to include:
Introduction to Individual Assistance (IS-403) - https://training.fema.gov/is/courseoverview.aspx?code=IS-403
Emergency Protective Measures - Public Assistance (IS-1010)
National Disaster Recovery Framework (NDRF) Overview (IS-2900) - https://training.fema.gov/IS/courseOverview.aspx?code=IS-2900.a
Military Resources in Emergency Management (IS-75) - https://training.fema.gov/IS/courseOverview.aspx?code=IS-75
EMAC Pre-Event Preparation for Resource Providers - https://www.emacweb.org/moodle/ // https://www.emacweb.org/index.php/elearning-course-summaries/emac-pre-event-preparation-for-resource-providers
EMAC Just in Time Training for Deploying Personnel - https://www.emacweb.org/moodle/ // https://www.emacweb.org/index.php/component/joomdle/detail/5-Archived/11-EMAC-%20Just%20in%20Time%20Training%20for%20Deploying%20Personnel
Review of Wyoming Title 19, Chapter 13, Wyoming Homeland Security Act - https://law.justia.com/codes/wyoming/2010/Title19/chapter13.html
Additionally, please be aware that certain Position Task Books will have annual physical fitness requirements. The physical fitness levels are: Light, Medium, Arduous, or None Required. A description of each physical fitness level is as follows:
Light - Duties mainly involve office type work with occasional field activity characterized by light physical exertion requiring basic good health. Activities may include climbing stairs, standing, operating a vehicle and long hours of work, as well as some bending stooping, or light lifting.
Moderate - Duties involve fieldwork requiring complete control of all physical faculties and may include considerable walking over irregular ground, standing for long periods of time, lifting 25 to 50 lbs, climbing, bending, stooping, squatting, twisting and reaching.
Strenuous - Duties involve fieldwork requiring physical performance calling for above average endurance and superior conditioning. These duties may include an occasional demand for extraordinarily strenuous activities in emergencies under adverse environmental conditions and over extended periods of time.
None Required - Positions that do not required a physical fitness level.
More information regarding the physical fitness levels for each Position Task Book, can be accessed by clicking the following link:
If you are wanting to join our State Qualification Review Committee as a member, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-777-4903 for current openings. If you meet the discipline requirement that is missing (e.g. Fire Service, Local Government, etc), please click the above link to fill out an application to express interest.
Similar to the Red Card wildland fire process, we want to help you stay current and certified. You can read all about the recertification process in the above documents, but you can follow through the application at the Renewal Form Button. If you have questions, please contact WOHS.