BowMac Simulation-based Training for Initial Response Personnel
This is a performance (operations) level course designed to provide training necessary to develop plans, policies, and procedures to manage the response to any type of critical incident in participants’ jurisdictions. The course offers a unique blend of classroom presentations, case studies, and practical exercises on a 96 sq. ft. model city. It addresses, in detail, the considerations required to be addressed in a jurisdiction’s plans for an all-hazards response to a critical incidents and how to effectively integrate ICS/NIMS and Unified Command principles to that local response.
Training enables course graduates to:
•Develop plans, policies, and procedures required for safe and effective prevention and response to any type of critical incident
•Coordinate agencies and resources required for the response to any type of critical incident
•Implement appropriate training and conduct basic level training for their agencies
This is the capstone course in the U.S. for preparing first-responders and especially managers in state and local emergency response agencies to safely and effectively deploy first-responders and unify command during a multi-agency/multi-disciplinary response to any type of critical incident.
Please see attached flyer: Simulation-based Training for Initial Response Personnel
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Effective October 1, 2021, students must notify the sponsoring training region/provider at least 14 days prior to the training if they are not able to attend the training. If sufficient notification is not provided, your agency may be restricted from receiving future regional POST grant funding (class, scholarship, training equipment) for a period of up to six (6) months. Any penalties issued will be at the sole discretion of the training region boards.