Juan is educated in Criminal Justice at the University of Phoenix. He gathered some of his experience in the security industry by working in hotel hospitality/security and casinos. As a former post commander of high risk venues, Juan’s expertise in the area of crowd management and customer service are valued areas of knowledge that Picore International respects and wants on our leadership team. Juan exhibits fairness to our team of security officers. Human beings react badly to what they perceive as unfair. He delegates work to others and confirms he is scrupulous in allocating pleasant and unpleasant tasks evenly. Juan comes to Picore with a good set of organizational skills which are essential in managing a security team. It is his job to coordinate the work and allocate resources.
The NIMS Training Program defines the national NIMS training program as it relates to the NIMS components of Preparedness, Communications and Information Management, Resource Management and Command and Management. It specifies NIC and stakeholder responsibilities and activities for developing, maintaining and sustaining NIMS training. The NIMS Training Program outlines responsibilities and activities that are consistent with the National Training Program, as mandated by the Post-Katrina Emergency Management Reform Act of 2006. This program integrates with FEMA training offered through the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) and United States Fire Administration (USFA).