Responding to emergency needs and providing disaster recovery is a major challenge. When devastation
from such incidents is so great that local resources cannot handle the response and recovery efforts,
local governments turn to state and federal agencies for assistance.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Emergency Management program is to provide students effective instruction and
essential skills to prepare them with a foundation of technical and professional knowledge needed
for emergency services delivery in local, state, and federal government agencies.
The course of study involves both management and technical aspects of law enforcement,
fire protection, emergency medical services, and emergency management.
CCC&TI offers three different educational opportunities in this area:
The Emergency Management program is an online program
that can be completed in as
little as two years. Coursework includes activities that encompass mitigation, preparedness, response,
and recovery related to any kind of disaster–whether natural, technological, or national security.
means being prepared for all kinds of emergencies, able to respond in
a time of crisis to save lives and property, and to help a community–or even a nation–return
to normal life after a disaster occurs.
For more information about course descriptions, refer to the current
CCC&TI Course Catalog
- Complete and submit the
CCC&TI application for admission.
- Request an official copy of high school transcript, High School Equivalency, adult high
school diploma, and/or college transcripts be mailed to Student Records, CCC&TI.
- Schedule appropriate placement test(s) with the
- Complete an interview with the Program Director.
For additional information, please contact:
Director, Emergency Management & Basic Law Enforcement Training Programs
Coordinator, Counseling & Advisement Services
Coordinator, Watauga Admissions & Records