By Brian V. Bovyn, CEM, CEM Commissioner, Emergency Services Supervisor, Manchester, New Hampshire Police Department
Are you a Certified Emergency Manager? Are you ready to help your colleagues try to achieve their CEM? A quality CEM overview presentation or candidate mentoring opportunity can lead you toward meeting a professional contribution.
For those emergency management practitioners interested in presenting information to a group about the AEM/CEM Program, the following guidelines are in place to assist you.
Delivering information on the AEM/CEM Program or mentoring AEM and CEM candidates is a great way for current CEMs to give back or “pay it forward” while earning credit toward the Professional Contributions requirement. IAEM provides the resources to help you succeed.
Author’s Note: The author thanks Daryl Lee Spiewak, CEM,TEM,TCFM, for contributing to this article.
IAEM Bulletin, April 2011
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