MCP Webinars and Continuing Education Sessions

The fast-paced nature and demands of emergency communications makes it challenging to set aside time for education sessions, however, it is vitally important to stay abreast of new technologies, legislation and strategic planning because lives count on 9-1-1. To help public safety communications agencies stay current, Mission Critical Partners offers monthly, online educational sessions to the public safety community.

Upcoming Sessions

Learn the essential elements of building a strategy for Next Generation 9-1-1 interoperability. Participate in this four-part, complimentary continuing education series from Mission Critical Partners, starting in March 2017.

Radio Interoperability across Jurisdictions and the role of FirstNet on June 26, 2017 at 2:00 PM ET.  Hosted by Brian Malinich, MCP senior technology specialist

Have a topic you’d like to learn more about? Share your idea for an upcoming continuing education series topic.

Emergency Number Professional Study Group

Building a stronger workforce of certified emergency number professionals is key to helping public safety agencies meet their missions, and with a team including more than 28 certified team members, Mission Critical Partners dedicates our staff’s wisdom and expertise to help those looking to further their education level and professional certifications.

Each January, Mission Critical Partners kicks off a series of study group sessions to prepare emergency communication specialists for the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) Emergency Number Professional (ENP) certification examination. The eight-session study group, conducted by MCP subject matter experts, is free and available online, however, space is limited and study groups fill up quickly.

For more information about the ENP Study Program, contact education@missioncriticalpartners.com.

FirstNet Roundtable

How will FirstNet and the Public Safety Broadband Network affect your state? What is happening in the State and Local Implementation Grant Program (SLIGP) process?

Mission Critical Partners has worked with states to facilitate an open exchange of information about FirstNet amongst important stakeholders with the state. Learn more about the Public Safety Broadband Network effort underway from Mission Critical experts who understand the objectives of the State and Local Implementation Grant Program (SLIGP) and can help you understand how these funds can help your state.

Want to sign up or learn more? Contact education@mcp911.com.