Emergency planning and response in public health preparedness is not a
one-time event. It is a continual cycle of planning, training,
exercising, and revision that takes place throughout the four phases of
the emergency management cycle (preparedness, response, recovery, and
Training is a key feature of ensuring that staff
are prepared to handle and respond to emergency situations. Here you
will find required trainings as well as many optional training
opportunities to enhance your response skills.
Most of the training can be completed
through Trak-It. IS 300 and IS 400 are upper level trainings that
required in class with an instructor and are not available through Trak-it.
Trak-It is an automated system that provides web-based standardized
training content, web-assisted testing, online registration, employee
(student) training histories and various reports including employee
reports for supervisors.
Trak-It supports our mission to assure that the people of Florida are
protected with a well-trained, informed and educated professional
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To find out about training programs occurring throughout the state
(including 300 and 400 trainings) visit the
Florida Department of Emergency Management Training Schedule.
Available Training Programs
CDC Emergency Preparedness Training
Florida Center for Public Health Preparedness at USF Training Listing
Florida Department of Emergency Management Training Schedule
FEMA Independent Study Courses
Free self-paced Microsoft Office training courses