The SEOC is currently at level: 1
To Facilitate Emergency Management Training State-wide.
To improve, and sustain, the necessary competencies of State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT)
first responders and emergency management personnel in the preparation for, protection against,
mitigation of, response to, and recovery from, the potential effects of all types of catastrophic
events, and acts of terrorism.
This Training Management System (TMS) is a comprehensive system that serves as a central training and certification repository for all of Alaska's emergency response providers - Federal, State, tribal, local governmental and nongovernmental sectors. The system maintains accurate, complete, and personally accessible employment and training records, ensuring compliance with organizational training mandates. Click here to request your Acadis Portal Activation, and complete the web form request.
The Multi-Year Training and Exercise Plan (MYTEP) is a three-year plan that is updated as
needed, and revised annually during the Training and Exercise Planning Workshop (TEPW).
Every three years, the document undergoes a complete revision.
The MYTEP is available here.
The Training Section personnel can be contacted by telephone Monday-Friday at (907) 428.7021,
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The Emergency Management Institute (EMI) is the lead federal agency in the development and
delivery of emergency management training. Training is provided to federal, state, local
government, volunteer, and private sector organizations to strengthen the American public and
enhance the core competencies across the nation.
The Independent Study Program (ISP) is a distance learning program that offers training, free of
charge, to the Nation’s emergency management network of Federal, SLTT governments; nongovernmental organizations; and the general public. It serves as both an alternative means to
deliver valuable training to the professional and volunteer emergency management community,
and an opportunity to improve public awareness and promote disaster preparedness nationally. A
complete list of available courses is located at: https://training.fema.gov/is/crslist.aspx
EMI provides resident course training to Federal, SLTT, volunteer, public, and private sector
officials to strengthen emergency management core competencies for professional, career-long
training. Resident training can be conducted at NETC or at offsite locations throughout the
country, including FEMA’s Center for Domestic Preparedness in Anniston, Alabama, and the
FEMA Logistics Center in Frederick, Maryland. Courses can also be conducted through video
teleconference, or Adobe Connect. Regardless of training venue, all completion certificates will be issued from EMI. Schedule information for resident courses can be found at:
A significant portion of EMI’s training is conducted by state emergency management agencies and
identified by the EMI-developed/state-delivered G course code. EMI develops and maintains the
curriculum while the states tailor the courses to their communities and provide state-level completion
The National Training and Education Division (NTED) draws upon a diverse group of training
providers, also referred to as training partners, to develop and deliver NTED approved training
courses. These training providers include the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium
(NDPC), the Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium (RDPC), and the Naval Postgraduate
School (NPS), among others. Course completion certificates will be issued by the training provider.
To learn more about NTED and the available course, please visit their website at:
Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management
Bryan began his career in emergency management in 1995 with the Alaska Division of Emergency Services. Since that time he has served in numerous roles, including emergency communications technician, microcomputer/network specialist, information management, alert, and warning systems coordinator, information technology manager, Chief of Preparedness, and Chief of Operations.
In his role as Chief of Operations, Bryan serves as the State Incident Commander for disaster response operations, and is responsible for overseeing the Alaska State Emergency Operations Center. He has also served as State Coordinating Officer on multiple federally declared disasters, assisting survivors and communities with recovering from disasters.
As a communications specialist he has deployed to support multiple interagency operations, including oil spill response (1996 M/V Banasea, western Aleutians, 1997 M/V Kuroshima, Dutch Harbor), wildland fires (1996 Millers Reach #2), and numerous Search and Rescue cases.
Bryan’s day-to-day responsibilities include overseeing all emergency management aspects of the Division, including Planning, Preparedness, Disaster Assistance, and Response.
Prior to his employment with the State of Alaska, Bryan served as a communications specialist and fire support specialist in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve and the Wyoming and Alaska Army National Guards. He currently resides with his wife Tracy and four children in Eagle River, Alaska.
(Current as of August 2021)
Army Guard Road,
JBER, AK 99505