COURSE: WMGT 585 Contingency Engineer Command CourseOBJECTIVE: For each student to comprehend their responsibilities during contingencies, to understand the organizational structures they could work with and within, and comprehend the resources and resource avenues available to them. DESCRIPTION: This course prepares mid-level CE officers (majors and captains with at least 6 years commissioned service) for command during contingencies. These contingencies include wartime contingency operations such as deployments, force beddown, base recovery, other contingency operations, and peacetime contingency operations such as base recovery after natural/manmade disasters and defense support to civil authorities (DSCA). Major components of the course include Joint and Air Force doctrine, command and control, leadership, lessons learned from current operations, and Emergency Management. Officers will also learn how to operate with federal (FEMA), state, and local agencies while functioning within the military realms of responsibility. PRIMARY AUDIENCE: Civil Engineer (32EX) mid-level officer with 6-12 years commissioned service. Officers slated to be deployed within 6 months will have first priority for this course. SECONDARY AUDIENCE: Civil Engineer senior non-commissioned officers (Master Sergeants and above). GRADE: Officers: O3-O5; Enlisted: E7-E9; Civilians: No PREREQUISITES: No restrictions, but students must be able to complete upper level undergraduate course work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Resident students must possess a SECRET clearance to assure attendance at all lessons. Clearance should be printed on orders. Bring a valid military ID to class. COURSE CREDIT: 3 CEUs in compliance with IACET standards COURSE LENGTH: 5 days QUESTIONS? Send us an e-mail by clicking the Contact Us button.