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Title: National Domestic Preparedness Consortium


1
National Domestic Preparedness Consortium
  • Dennis A. Terpin, Ph.D
  • Certified FEMA/DHS Master Level Instructor

2
National Domestic Preparedness Consortium (NDPC)
  • is a partnership of several nationally recognized
    organizations whose membership is based on the
    urgent need to address the counter-terrorism
    preparedness needs of the nations emergency
    first responders within the context of all
    hazards including chemical, biological,
    radiological, and explosive Weapons of Mass
    Destruction (WMD) hazards.

3
NDPC Mission Statement
  • is to enhance the preparedness of federal, state,
    local, and tribal emergency responders/first
    receivers and teams, including non-governmental
    organizations and the private sector, to reduce
    the Nations vulnerability to incidents involving
    weapons of mass destruction, terrorism,
  • and all-hazard high-consequence events by
    developing, delivering, and assessing plans,
    training, technical assistance, and exercises.

4
Eligible Applicants
  • Available to State, local, tribal, and
    territorial governments and those non-profit
    associations and, organizations, including
    community and faith-based organizations, with a
    national scope and with a demonstrable expertise
    relevant to the focus area for which grant
    funding is requested and non-profit higher
    education institutions with existing programs
    which address the focus area for which grant
    funding is requested.

5
Funding
  • There is no cost for state, local, and tribal
    first responders.
  • This Federally-funded training is offered within
    the Federal Emergency Management Agency/National
    Preparedness Directorate (FEMA/NPD) U.S.
    Department of Homeland Security.
  • Back-fill funding is not covered

6
Eligible Attendees
  • Public Works
  • Agriculture
  • Education
  • Citizen/Community volunteer
  • Information Technology
  • Security and Safety
  • Search and Rescue
  • Transportation
  • Other First Responders
  • Emergency Management
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Fire Service
  • Governmental Administrative
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Healthcare
  • Law Enforcement
  • Public Health
  • Public Safety Communications

7
Verification
  • All eligibility requirements and prerequisites
    will be verified by the individual State
    Administrative Agency Training Point of Contact
    prior to an application being forwarded to the
    CDP.

8
How to Apply for and Schedule Training Delivery
  • Find a course - search the catalog to find the
    course you need to take.
  • If you do not have a FEMA SID or can?t remember
    your FEMA SID visit https//cdp.dhs.gov/femasid/.
    There you will be able to register or retrieve
    your SID number. All participants for FEMA
    training must have a valid FEMA SID to attend
    courses, regardless of delivery mode (resident,
    mobile, or online)
  • Get approval through your internal chain of
    command.
  • Find your SAA TPOC - all courses, other than
    online courses, must be authorized through your
    SAA TPOC.
  • Provide the SAA TPOC with the following
    information.

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Main Link
https//www.firstrespondertraining.gov/content.do?
pagehowToTakeTraining
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Provide the SAA TPOC with the following
information.
  • For NTED or CDP courses
  • Course ID
  • Course Title
  • Training Provider
  • For State-sponsored courses
  • Course ID
  • Course Title
  • Sponsoring State
  • For Federal-sponsored courses
  • Course ID
  • Course Title
  • Sponsoring Agency

11
State Administrative Agency Training Point of
Contact
  • SAA Training POC Gene FelchnerTraining Manager
    Illinois Emergency Management Agency 2200 South
    Dirksen Parkway Springfield, IL 62703
    Phone(217) 557-4791 Fax(217) 557-1978
    gene.felchner_at_illinois.gov

12
FEMA Student Identification (SID)
  • is a unique number generated and assigned to
    anyone who needs or is required to take training
    provided by a FEMA organization.
  • Your FEMA SID uniquely identifies you throughout
    the FEMA organization and all of its agencies.

13
The consortium is made up of seven members
  • Energetic Materials and Research Testing Center
    (New Mexico Tech)
  • Louisiana State University's National Center for
    Biomedical Research and Training (NCBRT)
  • Texas AM University s National Emergency
    Response and Rescue Training Center, Texas
    Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)
  • The Transportation Technology Center, Inc.
    (TTCI), National Center for Emergency Response in
    Surface Transportation (NCERST)

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The consortium is made up of seven members
  • The National Disaster Preparedness Training
    Center (NDPTC) at the University of Hawaii the
    Counter Terrorism Operations Support
  • Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training at the
    Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) and the
    Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP).
  • Emergency Management Institute
  • The CDP is a FEMA training facility and is funded
    through a separate appropriation.

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Types of Training
  • Resident Training
  • Indirect training
  • On-line training
  • At your location

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  • FEMA's Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP),
    located in Anniston, Alabama

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Center for Domestic Preparedness
  • The CDP began operations in June 1998 as the only
    all-hazards training center, offering training on
    Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and
    Explosive weapons (CBRNE).

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Train at the nation's premier all-hazards
training center
  • is the United States Department of Homeland
    Security (DHS)'s only federally chartered Weapons
    of Mass Destruction (WMD) training center.

19
Center for Domestic Preparedness
  • On March 31, 2007, the Noble Training Facility
    (NTF) was transferred from the U.S. Fire
    Administration (USFA) to the CDP.
  • NTF is the only hospital facility in the United
    States dedicated to training hospital and
    healthcare professionals in disaster preparedness
    and response.

20
Center for Domestic Preparedness
  • On March 31, 2007, the Noble Training Facility
    (NTF) was transferred from the U.S. Fire
    Administration (USFA) to the CDP.
  • NTF is the only hospital facility in the United
    States dedicated to training hospital and
    healthcare professionals in disaster preparedness
    and response.

21
COBRATF
  • Chemical, Ordnance, Biological and Radiological
    Training Facility (COBRATF), the CDP offers the
    only program in the nation featuring civilian
    training exercises in a true toxic environment,
    using chemical agents and biological materials.
  • The advanced, hands-on training enables
    responders to effectively respond to real-world
    incidents involving chemical, biological,
    radiological, explosive, or other hazardous
    materials

22
CORBA
  • The Chemical, Ordnance, Biological, and
    Radiological Training Facility (COBRATF),
    emergency response professionals train using
    nerve agents GB (Sarin) and VX, as well as
    non-pathogenic strains of anthrax, ricin and
    radiological materials.

23
Center for Domestic Preparedness
  • The Advanced Responder Training Complex (ARTC)
    offers a cross-section of environments found in
    any community throughout the nation.
  • The complex provides responders with a realistic
    training environment, to exercise the skills
    acquired during training.
  • The ARTC includes a remodeled industrial park
    complex with simulated office space, medical
    clinic, fast food restaurant, facility
    maintenance, biomedical laboratory, calibration
    laboratory, and shipping/receiving office.

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Center for Domestic Preparedness
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Center for Domestic Preparedness
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Center for Domestic Preparedness
  • Resident Training
  • Indirect Training
  • If you are a state, local, or tribal government
    emergency responder, this training is completely
    funded by DHS at no cost to you or your
    jurisdiction.
  • We fly you into Atlanta airport, pick you up,
    transport you to the CDP, and provide all meals
    and lodging.
  • The Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP)
    currently offers four (4) Train the Trainer
    courses.
  • (TtT) courses, recognizing successful graduates
    as Indirect Trainers for their home state in
    accordance with the State/Territory/Tribal
    Training point of contact directive

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The Energetic Materials Research and Testing
Center (EMRTC)
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The Energetic Materials Research and Testing
Center (EMRTC)
  • at New Mexico Tech (NMT) is the consortiums lead
    partner for explosives, live explosives, and
    incendiary devices training.

29
Energetic Materials Research and Testing Center
  • The mission of the Training Business Unit of the
    Energetic Research and Testing Center of New
    Mexico Tech is to develop and deliver high
    quality training as judged by client evaluations
    and industry standards that is tailored to the
    needs of the client and reflects the clients job
    training requirements.
  • We meet our goals through a strong cadre of
    instructors, program managers, research
    scientists, incomparable testing facilities,
    highly experienced instructional designers, and
    an established training record.

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DHS/FEMA First Responder Course Offerings
  • Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings
  • Prevention of and Response to Suicide Bombing
    Incidents
  • Prevention of and Response to Suicide Bombing
    Incidents - Tactical
  • Understanding and Planning for School Bomb
    Incidents

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DHS/FEMA First Responder Course Offerings
  • Initial Law Enforcement Response to Suicide
    Bombing Attacks
  • Medical Preparedness and Response for Bombing
    Incidents
  • Homemade Explosives Awareness, Recognition, and
    Response

32
Energetic Research and Testing Center
  • Almost completely funded by DHS at no cost to you
    or your jurisdiction

33
  • The NCBRT is a DHS training partner providing
    high-quality training to emergency responders
    throughout the United States and its territories

34
NCBRT (LSU)
  • Since 1998, NCBRT has been responding to the
    training needs of emergency management personnel
    through innovative, on-site training.
  • NCBRT courses conducted in the privacy of your
    home, office, or anywhere with a computer and an
    internet connection.
  • New Courses
  • AWR-315 Criminal Intelligence Analysis
    EssentialsAWR-323-W Disease Containment
    MeasuresAWR-324 Biological Incidents Awareness
    Ebola Virus Disease
  • Upcoming Courses
  • PER-TBD Critical Decision Making for Complex
    Coordinated AttacksMGT-447 Managing Food
    Emergencies Strategies for a Community Response

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  • Counterterrorism Operations Support (CTOS)
    Center for Radiological/Nuclear Training

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Atomic Test Site
  • All CTOS courses are offered at Almost NO COST to
    eligible participants.
  • This Federally-funded training is offered within
    the (FEMA/DHS).
  • For resident courses held at the NNSS, the
    program pays travel and per-diem expenses for all
    students but does not provide funds to backfill.

37
CTOS
  • DHS Course PER-241
  • WMD Radiological/Nuclear Course for Hazardous
    Material (HazMat) Technicians Response
  • DHS Course PER-243-1
  • Primary Screener/Personal Radiation Detector
    Course Train-the-Trainer PREVENTION

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CTOS
  • PER-245 Secondary Screener/Radiation Isotope
    Identifier Device Course (SS/RIID)
  • PER-246 Primary Screener Backpack Basic Course
    (PS/BB)
  • PRNDOS Preventive Radiological/Nuclear Detection
    On-Site Program PREVENTION

39
National Emergency Response and Rescue Training
Center (NERRTC)
Texas AM Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)
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TEEX - NERRTC Specializes in
  • State of the art Incident Management Team Training

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TEEX - NERRTC Specializes in
  • Pediatric Disaster Response and Emergency
    Preparedness
  • Enhanced Sports and Special Events Incident
    Management
  • MGT-440 National Center for Spectator Sports
    Safety and Security
  • Cyber Implications for Critical Infrastructure
    Security and Resiliences
  • Advanced Critical Infrastructure Protection

42
TEEX - NERRTC Specializes in
  • Threat and Risk Assessment
  • Executive and Elected Officials
  • Crisis Communications
  • Incident Management?
  • Health and Medical Services
  • HazMat Awareness and Operations
  • Search and Rescue
  • Essentials of Community Cybersecurity
  • Infrastructure Protection
  • Cybersecurity

43
Sports and Special Events Management TEEX -
On-Campus
  • These courses focus specifically on incident
    management, crowd and evacuation management,
    crisis information management and developing
    capability to operate in multi-agency
    collaborations.
  • Training is targeted to personnel in campus
    administration/emergency management athletic
    department management campus, local and state
    law enforcement local and state emergency
    management local fire and emergency medical
    services and large venue management/operations.

44
TTCI manages the Federal Railroad
Administration's (FRA) Transportation Technology
Center (TTC), located just 21 miles northeast of
Pueblo, Colorado.
Highway Emergency Response Specialist (HERS)
PER-291 FEMA Funded
HazMat/WMD Technician for Surface Transportation
(HWMDTST) PER-293 FEMA Funded
Leadership Management of Surface Transportation
Incidents (LMSTI) PER-292 FEMA Funded
45
Emergency Management Institute
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EMI
  • EMI is the emergency management communitys
    flagship training institution, and provides
    training to Federal, State, local, tribal,
    volunteer, public, and private sector officials
    to strengthen emergency management core
    competencies for professional, career-long
    training.
  • EMI directly supports
  • National Incident Management System (NIMS),
  • National Response Framework (NRF),
  • National Disaster Recovery Framework
  • National Preparedness
  • EMI is located on the campus of the National
    Emergency Training Center (NETC), Emmitsburg,
    Maryland.

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EMI On-line
  • IS-100.HE Introduction to the Incident Command
    System for Higher Education
  • After the completion of this course, you should
    be familiar with
  • ICS applications in incidents at higher education
    institutions
  • ICS organizational principles and elements
  • ICS position and responsibilities
  • ICS facilities and functions
  • ICS planning.

Incident Commander
Public Information Officer
Liaison Officer
Safety Officer
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Executive Policy Group
  • If there is an event that affects, or could
    adversely affect the campus operation or mission
    of the university.
  • The EMPG has the authority to make strategic,
    financial, operational, and policy decisions in
    response to the issue or event.
  • If the implications of a crisis require executive
    decision-making, have potential long-term
    implications on the viability and reputation of
    the campus, or require significant changes in
    existing policies, the EMPG is expected to become
    involved in the day-to-ay management of the
    crisis.

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Executive Policy Group
  • The Chancellor is the Executive Team Leader , in
    his/her absence, policy XXXXX succession shall
    be
  • 1. Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost
  • 2. Vice Chancellor-Business Administrative
    Services
  • 3. Vice Chancellor-Student Affairs
  • 4. Vice Chancellor-Research and Economic
    Development
  • 5. Vice Chancellor-University Advancement
  • 6. Dean of the Graduate Division

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EMI On-line
  • IS-100.HE Introduction to the Incident Command
    System for Higher Education
  • After the completion of this course, you should
    be familiar with
  • ICS applications in incidents at higher education
    institutions
  • ICS organizational principles and elements
  • ICS position and responsibilities
  • ICS facilities and functions
  • ICS planning.

Executive Policy Group
Incident Commander
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EMI
  • ON Campus Courses
  • FEMA/DHS Grant Funded
  • Independent Study
  • over 175 on-line courses

52
Natural Disaster Training Center
  • The center provides high quality disaster
    training to ensure that island communities
    throughout the Pacific are ready and able to
    respond, recover, and reconstruct after
    catastrophes. U.H. has one of seven federally
    funded FEMA National Domestic Preparedness sites
    nationwide.

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The NDPTC
  • is authorized to develop and deliver training and
    educational programs related to homeland security
    and disaster management, with a specific focus on
    natural hazards, coastal communities, and the
    special needs and opportunities of islands and
    territories.
  • Within this document was established the Core
    Capabilities which are essential for the
    execution of each of the five mission areas
  • Prevention, Protection, Mitigation, Response, and
    Recovery.
  • In response to the Core Capabilities, NDPTC has
    realigned their training courses to meet the Core
    Capabilities.

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UIC Hosted Grant Funded Programs
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MGT 335 Event Security Planning for Public
Safety Professionals
  • This course enables participants to recognize and
    plan adequate strategies and security measures to
    prevent or mitigate security incidents which may
    occur during scheduled events. The course
    reinforces the importance and magnitude of
    security planning required to execute a safe and
    effective event regardless of the size. As a
    take-away job aid, students will receive a copy
    of a computer-based software tool designed
    especially for this course.
  • This job aid will provide guidance to security
    planners in the decision making and
    synchronization of all security-based tasks and
    considerations required for developing a security
    outline and plan for any type of scheduled event.
  •  

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  • Is there an easy way to find out about available
    training?

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https//www.ndpc.us/Catalog.aspx
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