COURSE: WMGT 409 Principles of Readiness and Emergency ManagementOBJECTIVE: This course will educate R&EM flight leaders on the execution of the AF EM program at their installation and the expeditionary engineering function of their Civil Engineer Squadron. DESCRIPTION: This distance learning course will begin with the history, doctrine, and flight structure of the Readiness & Emergency Management (R&EM) flight. Students will comprehend the fundamentals of executing the EM program at the installation level during peace, contingency, and wartime as well as enable the installation's ability to coordinate with local, state, and federal level EM organizations. Students will gain a basic understanding of how a Civil Engineer Squadron prepares, trains, and deploys personnel and equipment. This course is a prerequisite to WMGT 410 R&EM Flight Commander Course and provides the cornerstones on which the latter is built. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: R&EM Flight Chiefs (Military and Civilian) SECONDARY AUDIENCE: All Others GRADE: O-1 thru O-3/E-7 and E-8/GS-9 thru GS-12 PREREQUISITES: None SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: None DELIVERY METHOD: Web-based Distance Learning. This course is self-paced on Blackboard. Students have 4 weeks to complete the course. COURSE CREDIT: 3 CEUs COURSE LENGTH: 4 Weeks QUESTIONS? Send us an e-mail by clicking the Contact Us button.