These courses is a must for any organisation concerned with the safety and wellbeing of its staff, basic rescue teams, civil defence teams or emergency response teams. This short course provides a framework for small to medium sized companies to develop their own emergency plans from evacuation to business continuity.
If training is onsite, a site examination can be carried out by FETS prior to your training course to ensure course content is tailored for your unique working environment. Instruction from the Center for Domestic Preparedness includes training for structural collapse, foodborne illness, explosions and chemical warfare.
As director of emergency management for the Maricopa Integrated Health System, an Arizona system that encompasses an adult trauma center, pediatric trauma, a regional burn center and two behavioral health facilities, Fehr said he has his bases covered. Fehr got his right-to-the-edge training this fall at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP), a FEMA teaching facility where some 14,000 first responders and emergency managers come each year to drill, pairing classroom time with intensely realistic exercises. Advanced Responder Training Complex: A series of buildings spread over five acres, including an apartment complex, dining facilities, a subway, as well as a street tableau with offices, businesses and warehouses. Chemical, Ordnance, Biological and Radiological Training Facility is the only training facility in the country where civilian responders train in a toxic-agent environment.
At the same time, the inherent dangers make toxic training a special challenge for those who oversee the programs.
While much of that training may remain the same over time, there is a lot that stays in flux at the CDP, where two full-time researchers and 18 curriculum developers make sure materials keep pace with evolving threats.
More recently, instructors have begun incorporating sophisticated patient-tracking systems to train responders in mass-casualty situations. Students are expected to organize the scene, processing casualties, asserting incident command and control within an ad hoc emergency operations center.


While that sense of realism is an important part of the learning process, King said, equally important is the presence of so many different players from so many different corners of the emergency responder world.
Kenyon's practical experience managing complex international crises has been channelled into the world's leading program of specialist training for emergency response and crisis management. Kenyon's 100 years of practical experience managing complex international crises has been channelled into the world's leading program of specialist training for emergency response and crisis management.
An Incident Management Center coordinates the day-to-day company response activities at or near to the scene of the incident. Kenyon's Crisis Communications training courses have been developed to prepare staff at head office or at remote locations to face the news media as a spokesperson for the company after an accident or major incident. Many organizations choose to run their own emergency call centers to manage communications to and from concerned family members, staff and the general public following an emergency incident.
This training is for emergency response planning staff to help them understand the current best practice for the design, content and management of emergency response plans. This workshop-based training provides the overview and the detail of the full scope and scale of response operations following an aviation accident. This training, for employee-staffed response teams, will help prepare team members and their management to operate effectively away from home-base.
A practical course focused on making tough decisions not normally required in first aid situations. Students come from the ranks of emergency management, EMS, fire service, hazardous materials, health care, law enforcement and others. As Kentucky’s state training coordinator, Arnold sends 200 to 300 first responders to the CDP each year.


It takes 60 full-time instructors and some 300 subject-matter contractors to cover the wide range of course material, which includes leadership topics such as health-care planning and operations, and response team coordination. In addition to providing critical information, CDC instructors have been working on site to incorporate the Ebola threat into existing health-care training scenarios. In the course of their training the instructors weave in planning and intelligence surrounding the upcoming event.
That high degree of complexity is part of what makes the CDP a unique learning environment (along with the live anthrax, of course).
Kenyon can provide training courses for all levels of staff, in most world countries and in many different world languages. The procedures that your IMC staff will follow in this training will help prepare them to focus on the detail of information management and communications while also managing company staff. The center’s 40-plus training courses focus on incident management, mass-casualty response and emergency response to a catastrophic event. They come from the police, fire, emergency management and health care ranks, and they receive a broad range of experiences. This is one of the few places where emergency responders can go to play out a disaster scenario not just on the tabletop, but on the ground.



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