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Become a certified emergency manager

You need a bachelor degree to become certified – get all your training and experience recognised so you can finish quicker, less cost.

To learn more about the Certified Emergency Manager credential (to be among the more than 3,092 who have earned the coveted AEM or CEM credential), you need to check out:

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One thing we noticed when researching details on the Certified Emergency Manager credential was the absence of relevant information. UARD is proud to be an IAEM international university partner – see here for our listing

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It is a requirement that you have a recognized bachelor degree,

The Certified Emergency Manager credential nevertheless is a subject that we know due to the experiences of our faculty and graduates. This video for that reason should be relevant and of interest to you.

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