Some positions may require additional trainings from external sources.
Active Shooter Awareness Training
The state of New Mexico is committed to a workplace free from violence.
- Access the course.
- Click here to access the FEMA course home page.
- Read the Course Overview and Course Objectives.
- Once on the home page, click the Interactive Web Based Course hyperlink to begin the course.
- Take the exam. After you complete the course, you’ll be prompted to take the exam. Please note that you will be required to enter your Social Security number at the completion of the exam. If you don’t wish to submit your Social Security number, you will need to request an alternate ID number from the FEMA Independent Study program.
- Receive your certificate of completion. FEMA will email you your certificate within two working days. Be sure to check your junk email folder if you don’t receive your certificate within this timeframe. If you don’t receive your certificate, you’ll need to contact FEMA directly. Please see the HELP document for instructions and contact information.
- Email a copy of your certificate to your HR representative or supervisor. Remember to keep a copy for your own records.
Emergency Management and First Responder Training
DHSEM develops, delivers and coordinates emergency management and first responder training to enhance the capabilities of State, local, and Tribal government officials; volunteer organizations; and, the public and private sectors to minimize the impact of disasters and emergencies in New Mexico. Through its courses and integrated programs, the department meets the needs of this diverse audience with an emphasis on separate organizations working together in all-hazards emergencies to save lives and protect property.