We currently offer the following classes for our partners:
- WebEOC Training
- EOC Orientation
- Orientation for Partner Organizations
- ICS-402: ICS for Executives and Senior Officials
To register for a class, please click on the appropriate link below and complete the form.
WebEOC is a web-based application that allows the county, cities, and other partners to communicate and coordinate response and recovery operations in a secure, real-time environment. This is a basic introduction to WebEOC for new users. This class will be held in the Johnson County Emergency Operations Center, located in Suite 100 of the Johnson County Administration Building, 111 S Cherry St, Olathe, KS 66061.
The WebEOC class will be offered the third Wednesday of every month from 14:00-16:00 unless otherwise noted.
This course provides an overview of how the Emergency Operations Center functions during an activation. The intended audience for this course is Johnson County staff that have been assigned an EOC posistion. For more information contact Terry Kegin. This course will be held on the fourth Thursday from 13:00-15:00p.
This orientation will provide our partners with a better understanding of Johnson County's Emergency Management Program, how the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) functions, and it will help the individual better understand their potential role in supporting the EOC. The intended audience for this orientation is individuals who are not currently employed by Johnson County but who may provide support, or coordinate with the EOC during response or recovery activities. This orientation will be held in the Johnson County Emergency Operations Center, located in Suite 100 of the Johnson County Administration Building, 111 S Cherry St, Olathe, KS 66061. The orientation is generally about 2 hours.
If you would like to schedule an orientation, please complete this form.
This course provides Executives and Senior Officials (including Elected Officials, City/County Managers, Agency Administrators, etc.) an orientation to the Incident Command System (ICS) including an overview of their roles and responsibilities relative to the ICS during an incident and a review of the administrative, logistical, financial, and reporting implications of large incident operations. This course is generally about 2 hours.
We are curently exploring hosting this course in the Northeast part of Johnson County in the winter of 2017/2018.