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MGT-418 - Readiness: Training Identification Preparedness Planning (RTIPP)

Readiness: Training Identification and Preparedness Planning teaches participants how to create effective training plans for their agencies and jurisdictions using an approach that includes the whole community. By evaluating their abilities to meet their emergency operations plans (EOP) using traditional and national preparedness tools, participants can answer the following critical readiness questions:

  • How prepared do we need to be?
  • How prepared are we?
  • How do we prioritize efforts to close the difference?

    Agencies that plan and train together are much better equipped to successfully respond together. In this course, participants will learn a jurisdiction training assessment process in which an integrated assessment team creates a jurisdictional profile and evaluates their abilities to fully implement their EOP. Participants will then be able to identify and catalog training goals and identify ways to meet them by prioritizing training efforts, developing improvement plans, and implementing a course of action.

Course Objectives

  • Define preparedness of the whole community, integration, and interoperability.
  • Be able to recognize what preparedness tools are needed to begin a gap analysis.
  • Be able to complete the first two steps of the jurisdiction training assessment process: how to identify potential members of an assessment team and complete a jurisdictional profile.
  • Be able to compose training goals by performing a gap analysis of an after-action report (AAR) and an emergency operations plan (EOP).
  • Be able to create a prioritized training plan and a multiyear training plan to address training goals in a jurisdiction.
  • Be able to take the next steps to bring training plans to fruition.

Prerequisites & Other Information:
Participants must have significant expertise in their functional areas and in training management

Participants must have knowledge of the jurisdictional emergency response plan and mutual aid agreements as well as discipline-specific internal training processes

Experience with data collection and interpreting reporting tools is important, as is the ability to create an operational calendar at the conclusion of the assessment

Participants must be United States Citizens

No tuition is charged.

Course Specifics

Hours: 13.00
Provider: LSU - Louisiana State University
Sponsor: Federal Sponsor
Disciplines: Emergency Medical Service
Fire Service
Government Administration
Health Care
Law Enforcement
Private Industry
Public Health
Public Safety Communications
Public Works
Volunteer Organization
Emergency Management

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