June is shaping up to be a moderately laid back month.
First week: Beginning a Learn to Hunt program sponsored by Ohio Department of Natural Resources – Division of Wildlife.
Second week: TEEX NERRTC will be in town teaching MGT-315 – Critical Asset Risk Management (part of their infrastructure protection program). Applying my new HSEEP training to serve as an Evaluator for a Functional Exercise.
Third week: At Ohio EMA for four days learning to be a NIMS / ICS All-hazards Ops Section Chief (which will help me to end up on a Type 3 Incident Management Team (I hope!). Teaching a supplemental unit for my CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) on how to do a proper Head-to-Toe assessment and giving our responders time to practice in a supervised setting.
Fourth week: Mostly a low-key week. I will be leading a Full-moon hike at one of the parks I volunteer at and presenting a program on fireflies early in the week then taking a CERT supplemental training on Fire-Fighter Rehab.
Final week: Burying myself in networking and outreach before heading to Emmitsburg!