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Errin Mahan, KCEM
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For information about initial certification,
Any previously certified applicant who has failed to renew his/her certification within twelve (12) months of the renewal date shall be required to apply for and meet the requirements of initial certification.If initial certification is required, applicant should see KCEM Certification.
The Kansas Emergency Management Association’s Standards and Practices Committee Proposed the creation of a Lifetime Kansas Certified Emergency Manager designation, which was approved by action of the KEMA Board on November 8, 2017.
The Lifetime KCEM designation is an honor bestowed by the KEMA Board of Directors. This designation recognizes the candidate is retired as a full time emergency management practitioner and has been, and is qualified to uphold the standards and practices of the KCEM program.
The candidate must complete an application letter (including the retirement date), and shall include a narrative stating the achievements in the field of emergency management. One letter of recommendation from a current KCEM shall be submitted with the application, stating the achievements deserving of this honor. The application letter with narrative, and letter of recommendation shall be submitted to the KCEM Re-certification Chair.
To maintain the Lifetime KCEM status, the individual shall submit a request for renewal, including updated contact information, on a bi-annual basis.
Learn more here. If you have questions, contact the KCEM re-certification chair listed above.