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Recent events remind us that every community must make a continued investment in preparing for the next emergency or disaster. Empirical evidence has shown a direct correlation between the level of preparedness and the level of resiliency in a community. Specifically, the more prepared communities are, the greater their ability to effectively respond to and recover from a disaster and minimize the impact of a disaster. However, the most resilient communities go beyond simply developing a response plan that “checks the box” and supports it with periodic training and scenario-based exercises.

The stark reality is that our communities are becoming increasingly complex with intricate relationships and interdependencies between our social, built, and natural environments. These community conditions often intersect with our hazard risks, impacting a community for years to come.

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ISC has a proven track record of successfully evaluating, developing, and integrating complex emergency management planning doctrine that follows relevant federal, state, and local emergency management programmatic directives and requirements. Our plans have been highlighted as industry best practices and have received significant client recognition.



The ISC Team provides instructor support services for clients across the country, including on-site disaster operation training sessions for federal employees; state emergency management representatives; and contracting staff. FEMA Headquarters and the National Instructor Coordinator routinely recognize ISC Team members as premier instructors that provide proficiency and knowledge of disaster operations. Specifically, some of our high-level training experience includes developing and delivering higher education courses for current and future practitioners. Our participation in the National Training Program assists FEMA in providing consistent course content and developing exceptional courses.



Developing comprehensive training programs is an important, practical, efficient, and cost-effective way to prepare for emergency operations. The ISC Team recognizes that an effective training program should be structured to provide superior training and instruction, identify areas of proficiency, and identify needs for improvement. Most importantly, however, these training programs must be sustained in order to ensure a steady-state of readiness.


  • Computer-Based Training
  • First-Person Interactive
  • Gaming Technology
  • 360° Panoramic Images & Video Scenes
  • 360° Panoramic Aerial Scanning
  • Aerial Drone Videography And Photography
  • Professional Film Crew & Equipment
  • Computer Graphic Animation
  • Interactive Scenario Mapping
  • Gis Map Interface
  • Consequence-Based Scenario Development