At the 1998 Annual FEPA Conference, the membership adopted the recommendations of the organization's Certification Commission, accepting the draft FEPA Certification Criteria as presented.  The first FPEM and FAEM designations were presented at the 1999 annual conference in Daytona Beach.  In 2002, the Certification Commission developed the first certification for volunteers in the State of Florida (Certified Emergency Management Volunteer – FEMV).

 

All certifications are valid for five (5) years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CERTIFICATION

FPEM

Florida Professional Emergency Manager

This certification recognizes devoted experienced Emergency Managers who possess advanced and diverse knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform effectively within a comprehensive Emergency Management program.

FAEM

Florida Associate Emergency Manager

This certification recognizes devoted individuals who possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform effectively within a comprehensive Emergency Management program or within a profession directly related to or in support of a comprehensive Emergency Management program.

FEMV

Florida Emergency Management Volunteer

This certification recognizes the volunteer partners of the emergency management community who have demonstrated a dedicated effort to their local or state comprehensive Emergency Management program within the State of Florida.

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