Schedule of Classes

Post Active Shooter - A Unified Response by Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS
7/27/2016
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Students from Law Enforcement, Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services will learn the tactics, techniques and procedures, specific to a unified small group response during the post active shooter phase of a terrorist driven active shooter incident. Students will have daily practical exercises as well as written exams throughout the 3 day curriculum. The course is the follow up response to a neutralized or mitigated active shooter event, where Law Enforcement students learn to unify with Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services to conduct force protection and set up casualty collection points for medical personnel. REQUIRED INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT FOR COURSE: - Patrol rifle if issued / issued duty weapon - Duty gear (pistol belt and holster) - Duty uniform (3 days of training) - Ballistic vest - Range gear (eye and ear protection) - Medical Trauma and Triage Equipment (Not to be used. Simulation Only)


Post Active Shooter - A Unified Response by Law Enforcement, Fire, and EMS
8/1/2016
Seats Remaining: 10
Students from Law Enforcement, Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services will learn the tactics, techniques and procedures, specific to a unified small group response during the post active shooter phase of a terrorist driven active shooter incident. Students will have daily practical exercises as well as written exams throughout the 3 day curriculum. The course is the follow up response to a neutralized or mitigated active shooter event, where Law Enforcement students learn to unify with Fire, Rescue and Emergency Medical Services to conduct force protection and set up casualty collection points for medical personnel. REQUIRED INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT FOR COURSE: - Patrol rifle if issued / issued duty weapon - Duty gear (pistol belt and holster) - Duty uniform (3 days of training) - Ballistic vest - Range gear (eye and ear protection) - Medical Trauma and Triage Equipment (Not to be used. Simulation Only)


EMPD-Emergency Mgmt Program Development Session #3
8/4/2016
Seats Remaining: 13
The Emergency Management Program Development course provides a comprehensive overview of the statutory requirements and professional duties of today’s emergency manager. Developed and delivered by practitioners in four separate 6 hour sessions, the course is an opportunity for peer to peer learning through lecture as well as task-oriented coaching. Technical and soft skill development in the areas of administration, planning, resource management, training, and exercises are included.


ALERRT - Active Shooter Response Level 1
8/22/2016
Seats Remaining: 14
This 2-day course is designed to prepare the first responder to isolate, distract, and neutralize an active shooter. This course will cover shooting and moving, threshold evaluation, concepts and principles of team movement, setting up for and room entry techniques, approach and breaching the crisis site, secondary responder tactics, improvised explosive devices,and post engagement priorities of work. The course will culminate with dynamic force on force scenarios.


ALERRT - Active Shooter Response Level II
8/24/2016
Seats Remaining: 17
In this two-day operator level course, first responders are being trained to quickly enter into harm's way to neutralize the shooter and save the lives of innocent victims in an active shooter event. In many circumstances, formally trained medical personnel will not or cannot be on the scene immediately to provide casualty care to wounded victims. First responders must be educated and trained in immediate casualty care techniques to save lives. The course includes Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) based self aid and buddy aid techniques as well as force on force mass casualty scenarios where participants will not only have to neutralize the shooter but also treat the wounded.


ICS 300 Intermediate
8/27/2016
Seats Remaining: 17
This 2-day 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.


Basic CAMEO - Introduction to Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations Suite (PER-229)
10/3/2016
Seats Remaining: 8
This course provides training on the fundamental elements of CAMEO Suite of programs as they relate to emergency situations. As such, it includes detailed technical information and hands-on practice of critical elements in the CAMEO system and its associated programs (CAMEO Chemical, CAMEOfm, ALOHA and MARPLOT). To better understand the programs interface, participants are provided opportunities to practice key procedures that allow users to enhance planning and response activities associated with community risk. These exercises clarify the connections between the programs and how they can enhance emergency planning and response activities.


Advanced CAMEO for Emergency Planners and First Responders
10/6/2016
Seats Remaining: 8
Topics covered in this training are: 1. Importing/Exporting and Managing Local Tier 2 Records Participants are encouraged to come to class with their local Tier 2 records already entered to CAMEO; Tier 2 import files will be provided for those who do not have the Tier 2 data resident in CAMEO prior to the class. 2. Microsoft EXCEL to CAMEO data transfers 3. Microsoft EXCEL to MARPLOT data transfers 4. Importing ArcView Shapefiles to MARPLOT 5. Linking MARPLOT Objects to CAMEO Records via the MapData.mer file 6. Determining Facility Threat Zones using ALOHA


Leadership and Decision Making
10/11/2016
Seats Remaining: 58
This one day workshop introduces the concept of using a decision making process in incident command, emergency management and business impact situations. The foundation for the process used has been adapted from concepts from within the Department of Defense, Special Operations Command and combines this process with present day doctrines from the Department of Homeland Security / Federal Emergency Management Agency and best business practices. These concepts are consistent with and are contemporary to the National Incident Management System, the National Response Framework and National Recovery Framework. Additional items that are explored include the basics of leadership, expectation and intent, understanding and evaluating the needs in a rapidly changing environment, tools such as a key decision logging to document choices. All of these ideas culminate in a better understanding and usage of a formal decision making process and having the tools to be better prepared as a lead


ICS 400 Advanced
11/5/2016
Seats Remaining: 25
This 2-day course provides training on and resources for personnel who has a responsibility to function in a command post managing and expanding incident. Topics include use of an Incident Complex and Area Command, and the interactions between Multi-Agency Coordination (MAC) entities.


Leveraging Tools for Conducing Damage Assessments - AWR 319
11/14/2016
Seats Remaining: 23
This 8-hour course will provide a review of damage assessment, the importance of providing quick and accurate assessments, and an opportunity to review and practice with tools to assist in conducting damage assessments. The course will also review various disaster damage assessment processes, collaborating agencies, and resources. Participants will discuss and develop a damage assessment action plan in order to ensure that resources are in place for an adequate response, followed by a hands-on exercise using various tools and software to collect damage assessments. Course Modules include: Concepts of Damage Assessment Damage Assessment Action Plan Damage Assessment Tools


Leveraging Tools for Conducing Damage Assessments - AWR 319
11/16/2016
Seats Remaining: 20
This 8-hour course will provide a review of damage assessment, the importance of providing quick and accurate assessments, and an opportunity to review and practice with tools to assist in conducting damage assessments. The course will also review various disaster damage assessment processes, collaborating agencies, and resources. Participants will discuss and develop a damage assessment action plan in order to ensure that resources are in place for an adequate response, followed by a hands-on exercise using various tools and software to collect damage assessments. Course Modules include: Concepts of Damage Assessment Damage Assessment Action Plan Damage Assessment Tools


Leveraging Tools for Conducing Damage Assessments - AWR 319
11/18/2016
Seats Remaining: 24
This 8-hour course will provide a review of damage assessment, the importance of providing quick and accurate assessments, and an opportunity to review and practice with tools to assist in conducting damage assessments. The course will also review various disaster damage assessment processes, collaborating agencies, and resources. Participants will discuss and develop a damage assessment action plan in order to ensure that resources are in place for an adequate response, followed by a hands-on exercise using various tools and software to collect damage assessments. Course Modules include: Concepts of Damage Assessment Damage Assessment Action Plan Damage Assessment Tools


HazMatIQ - Above the Line/Below the Line
1/14/2017
Seats Remaining: 25
This 8-hour course teaches responders how to size-up any chemical, verify the hazards, select the proper meters and PPE and operate safely in the hot zone. HazMatIQ uses an innovative approach based on the predictability of chemistry. HazMatIQ prepares responders by educating them on the threats as well as the equipment required to safely respond to any CBRNE incident. Utilizing easy to understand lessons and intuitive Smart Charts, responders gain battle proven skills and confidence in themselves and their equipment.



If you encounter any problems with registering contact Beth Lewis at beth.lewis@iowa.gov or 515-725-3204.