Effective Strategies for Interdisciplinary Training of Responders to Active Violence: Upping Your Game! (10/31/2019) / Oklahoma City, OK CLOSED

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Course Number:EITR 10-01_2019-10-31
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A workshop designed instructors, trainers, and curriculum developers for law enforcement and public safety, EMS, fire-rescue, and other emergency responder agencies who desire to “up their game” when it comes to concurrent interdisciplinary training related to active violence.


Examples of topics covered include:

       l  Problem-based/consequence-driven training, a step beyond typical reality-based approaches

        l  Effective role player involvement

        l  Force-on-force training – sims or blanks: pros and cons for each

        l  SWAT and bomb technicians need to be included: strategies and tactics to minimize the downtime they typically

            cause for other disciplines training

        l  Safety, sim-cells, and activity coordination

        l  Key aspects of NFPA 3000 as it relates to training

        l  Using special effects and props

        l  Problem-based/consequence-driven training and higher objectives and long-term outcomes

Workshops are typically delivered over one day

Class size: limited to ~30 with minimal enrollments required for the workshop delivery

Primary Intended Audience

The intended audience for this workshop includes instructors, trainers, educators, and curriculum developers, spanning all levels and types of public safety and emergency responder departments, agencies, and services (law enforcement, EMS, fire-rescue, special operations, and others) as well as those organizations that provide training for them.

Setting and Approach

This workshop will be conducted by one or more subject matter expert instructors in a classroom setting. The course includes interactive classroom discussions and group activities.

The Day of the Course

Breaks and Lunch: Break refreshments will be provided. Lunch is “on your own" with one hour allocated.

Dress: Dress for participants should be relaxed and casual.

Handout Materials: Necessary handout materials will be provided at the class.