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AWR 409 Recognizing and Identifying Domestic and Homegrown Violent Extremism
Course Description:
This course introduces participants to the differences between domestic violent extremism and homegrown violent extremism, indicators of violent extremist behavior, characteristics of recruitment and radicalization, and the legal safeguards that protect civil rights, civil liberties, and privacy. Additionally, the course covers social media as it relates to extremism, ways to improve responder safety, and techniques to counter violent extremist threats through interagency and community partnerships
Event Location/Address:
Virtual
City and County:
 -  Other     (District 0)
Additional Information:
*Note: This course is an eight hour-long course delivery over two consecutive days. Each day is four hours long. 1) Minimum 20; maximum 45 students 2) Access code: NCBRT409 3) Course ID: 31474
Course Dates:
8/28/2024   through   8/29/2024    -   (8:00 AM  to  12:00 PM)
Registration Information:
https://train.ncbrt.lsu.edu/Student/Register?ClassID=31474
Course Contact:
LSU  NCBRT      webmaster@ncbrt.lsu.edu      (515) 725-3204
ICS 300 Intermediate
Course Description:
This course provides training on and resources for personnel who require advanced application of the Incident Command System. This course expands upon information covered in the ICS-100 and ICS-200 courses.
Event Location/Address:
Reinig Center 1007 S Prospect Dr
City and County:
Toledo  -  TAMA     (District 1)
Additional Information:
1) Participants can bring their own wifi capable devices. 2) This multi-day course is supported with Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP) funding. You may request lodging reimbursement if you traveled an excess of 50 miles one-way and are an Iowa resident. Requests are based upon available funding. Before making lodging reservations and Prior to start of class, email your lodging reimbursement request to HSEMDTraining@iowa.gov limited to funding availability. 3) All other travel will be on your own if the above doesn't apply or requested.
Course Dates:
9/4/2024   through   9/6/2024    -   (8:00 AM  to  4:30 PM)
Course Contact:
HSEMD Training Staff    -    visit our contact information page
AWR 362 Flooding Hazards
Course Description:
Science and Preparedness is an awareness-level, eight-hour course that addresses the current science of the causes of floods (both meteorological and otherwise), flood forecasting, flood risk assessment, and best practices for preparation and mitigation for both short- and long-fuse flooding events. Key concepts and discussion topics will be reinforced with facilitator-led group activities that utilize real-world flood scenarios. These activities will illustrate the diverse challenges and complexities that can occur during actual flood events while building participants' experience and confidence in anticipating, heeding warnings, and responding to floods. The goal of this course is to prepare participants to recognize the conditions that lead to flood events, evaluate their community's risk, and prepare appropriately.
Event Location/Address:
Virtual
City and County:
 -  Other     (District 0)
Additional Information:
1) This is a virtual offering from NDPTC, follow the registration link below. 2) Two days--four hours each day 3) Follow the registration link below
Course Dates:
9/4/2024   through   9/5/2024    -   (5:00 PM  to  9:00 PM)
Registration Information:
https://ndptc.hawaii.edu/training/delivery/3592/
Course Contact:
Stephen  Hughes      sthughes@hawaii.edu      269-466-6431
MGT 415 Disaster Recovery in Rural Communities
Course Description:
This course teaches community leaders and emergency managers in rural communities how to plan for and execute disaster recovery efforts. Upon implementation, this course will assist rural communities with expediting disaster recovery efforts and facilitating the long-term economic success of their communities. Examples from Hurricane Katrina and towns devastated by tornadoes will be used as case studies to examine why communities were successful or unsuccessful in their recovery efforts. Additionally, students will actively engage in a fictional disaster recovery scenario
Event Location/Address:
Washington County EOC 2183 Lexington Blvd
City and County:
Washington  -  WASHINGTON     (District 5)
Additional Information:
1) Park on the south end of the parking lot in front of the jail. 2) Travel and lunch are on your own, adequate time will be provided 3) Registration is required, follow the registration link below. Facility questions, Marissa Reisen, 319-653-3015, mreisen@wps.co.washington.ia.us
Course Dates:
9/12/2024   through   9/12/2024    -   (8:00 AM  to  5:00 PM)
Registration Information:
https://ruraltraining.org/course/MGT-415/?scheduled=true&id=11315
Course Contact:
Julie  Snodgrass      jsnodgrass1@nwacc.edu      479-619-4116
CERT Rodeo
Course Description:
Experience the ultimate CERT Rodeo! Morning classroom presentations provide essential knowledge on disaster preparedness. Then, get ready for an action-packed afternoon of intense exercise drills. * Hands on training the participants will be able to choose what they want to do based on their interest and their ability to participate. * Search and Rescue (this will be outdoors, weather permitting) and will require mobility of the participants. *Stop the Bleed and Situation Awareness (this will be indoors and be to anyone what wants to participant, no matter their abilities). * Tabletop Simulated Disaster Drill (this will be indoors and be to anyone that wants to participate, no matter their abilities). Don't miss this opportunity to learn, engage, and be a part of the preparedness movement. Join us for an unforgettable day of empowerment!
Event Location/Address:
Marshall County Sheriff's Office/Emergency Management 2369 Jessup Ave (Just North of Highway 30)
City and County:
Marshalltown  -  MARSHALL     (District 1)
Additional Information:
1) Classes will be held indoors and outdoors, bring appropriate clothing. 2) Each team will have a display table to show off their CERT team and what they use (gear). 3) Parking south of the building, enter through the Admin/Civil door (SE door). 4) Accommodations within 10 miles of Marshall County Sheriff's Office will be shared in the packet for the class, along with the information on what students need to bring.
Course Dates:
9/14/2024   through   9/14/2024    -   (8:00 AM  to  4:30 PM)
Course Contact:
HSEMD Training Staff    -    visit our contact information page
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