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      Readiness: Training Identification and Preparedness Planning (MGT 418) - Oahu in Honolulu

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      April 22, 2019

      Monday   8:00 AM

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      Readiness: Training Identification and Preparedness Planning (MGT 418) - Oahu

      ***Note: Event venue will be posted once confirmed*** ***Note: Event date will be posted once confirmed as this is a two-day course*** Course Description The goal of Readiness: Training Identification and Preparedness Planning (RTIPP) is to teach participants how to create effective training plans for their agencies and jurisdictions using an approach that includes the whole community. The RTIPP process stems from the National Preparedness System (NPS) guidelines, and each module is based on a component of the NPS.Participants will learn how to implement a training planning process in their community using a seven-step process. First, participants will build an assessment team with representatives from the whole community. The whole community assessment team will examine and enhance the jurisdictional profile and identify and assess risks for their particular community. Next, the team should estimate the capability requirements and establish target skill levels for the capabilities most applicable to their community. Then, the assessment team can analyze their current set of capabilities and identify where their capability training does not meet their skill need.After completing the RTIPP process, participants will discuss RTIPP implementation in their communities, including barriers, and create an action plan to deliver and validate capabilities. Prerequisites 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 of the train-the-trainer course must have prior instructional experience and knowledge of instructional methodology Must have instructor or trainer certification by the authority having jurisdiction Participants must be United States Citizens   If you should have any questions, please contact Thank you Hawaii Department of Defense Office of Homeland Security

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