Executive education opportunities to inform the strategies and policies needed to successfully address emerging homeland security challenges.

During the COVID-19 response, the CHDS Executive Education Program (EEP) is working with experts from around the globe to provide real-time educational opportunities, identify emergent practices, and develop resources to support executives, practitioners, and educators during the pandemic. Please contact us for more information on offerings for public health and safety, homeland security, and emergency management leaders, agencies, and communities.

Also, please see the CHDS Homeland Security Digital Library (HSDL) for special COVID-19 resources.

 

CHDS EEP Lecture and Webinar Series

CHDS Lecture and Webinar Series

Webinar: August 5, 2020
2:00 PM Eastern/11:00 AM Pacific

We will explore how NASA conquers the impossible and discuss strategies for confronting today’s challenges.

CHDS Lecture and Webinar Series

June 17, 2020
In this webinar, panelists will discuss how U.S. communities, businesses, and government agencies will approach reopening decisions when so many questions remain unanswered about the “new normal.”

CHDS Lecture and Webinar Series

June 10, 2020
In this webinar, Dr. Sheri Fink will answer questions about her recent experiences as a New York Times medical correspondent in hospitals during the COVID-19 response and discuss ethical dilemmas facing leaders during the crisis.

CHDS Lecture and Webinar Series

June 1, 2020
This webinar will provide an overview of the major aspects of the Cyberspace Solarium Commission’s report and discuss implications for all levels of government, the U.S. military and the private sector.

May 21, 2020
The ever-changing COVID-19 world has caused many leaders to ask, “When no one knows the answer, how do you field questions from the media and the public?”. In this webinar, CHDS communications experts weigh in on the challenges and opportunities.

May 13, 2020
Decisions are being made every day to close and re-open the economy. Who gets to decide and why? This webinar will discuss the power held at the federal, state, and local level for each of these decisions, and the impact these decisions have on first responders and the people they serve.

May 7, 2020
This webinar will feature a panel of attorneys representing public health departments and the private healthcare industry reflecting on the challenges that have confronted leaders during the COVID-19 response.

April 29, 2020
This webinar will focus on strategies to maximize resilience for ourselves, our organizations, and our communities. Experts will discuss how to make good decisions, remain resilient, and prepare for a “new normal.”

CHDS-NCJA Webinar

April 23, 2020
In this webinar, NCJA members and national experts discussed how best to maximize collaboration and leverage Coronavirus emergency supplementary funding through enhanced relationships with emergency management agencies.

April 22, 2020
Lessons from the frontline from resilience professionals. What are states and local partners doing now to collaborate for recovery and how they will put resilience planning into practice? What ia short-, mid-, and long-term resilient recovery as we balance cascading effects?

Briefing to CHDS

April 21, 2020
The Rockefeller Foundation provided a closed briefing to CHDS on its consensus-driven National Action Plan to fund states and cities as they ramp up testing

April 14, 2020
Solving the right problem, the first time is an indication of great decision-making. In this webinar, Jackson Nickerson reviews a three-step plan that can help you and others access your best thinking during stressful times and “SCoRE” a great decision.

April 3, 2020
During this webinar, John Yoo, Heller Professor of Law, University of California at Berkeley, explores the constitutional allowances/case precedents re: the roles and responsibilities of federal, state and local government in national emergencies like COVID-19.

March 25, 2020
The National Emergencies Act (NEA), the Defense Production Act (DPA) and the Section 1135 waiver authority for the Social Security Act (SSA) offer new tools to help with the monumental response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This webinar provides context to these non-traditional emergency authorities and explores how states can effectively utilize them.

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The Executive Education Program (EEP) provides a wide-range of tailored homeland security educational opportunities designed to help strengthen U.S. capability to prevent, deter, prepare for, respond to, and recover from terrorist attacks, natural disasters, and public safety threats and to build the intergovernmental, interagency, and civil-military cooperation that homeland security requires.

The academic program offerings are conducted around the country by CHDS mobile education teams comprised of nationally recognized experts from a variety of fields related to homeland security. The CHDS teams work with requesting government agencies and associations to customize educational content and structure to meet participant needs and objectives. The curriculum may cover a wide range of homeland security issues important to leaders and decision-makers or be designed to explore a single challenge in-depth. Sessions are flexible and may range from a couple of hours to several days in duration and can be delivered in the form of a seminar, symposium, workshop, presentation or short course at local venues.

Since 2003, CHDS has offered sessions that focus exclusively on enhancing the capacity of top government officials to successfully address new homeland security challenges. For states, the target audience is the governor and his/her homeland security team, which typically consists of the governor’s senior staff and the heads of each department and agency with a role in homeland security. The sessions are also available for mayors and major urban area senior homeland security leaders. Topics are discussed in an interactive roundtable format and may include: federal/state/local responsibilities and coordination, prevention, intelligence collection and information sharing, critical infrastructure protection, public communication and fear management, and response operations.

HS Leaders are saying …

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In this 2017 Viewpoints, NPS-CHDS Strategic Communications Director Heather Issvoran speaks with Stan McKinney, about the Executive Education Seminars delivered by the Mobile Education Team (MET).


Inquiries:

Dawn Wilson
Associate Director, Executive Education Program
ndwilson@nps.edu
(515) 556-4770

David Fukutomi
Deputy Associate Director, Executive Education Program
djfukuto@nps.edu
(415) 720-3058