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Disaster Incident Management
for Call Receivers

Tuesday, April 29, 2014
8:30am - 4:30pm

Host Organization:

(TCOMM) THURSTON  9-1-1Communication
2703 Pacific Ave. S. E.
Olympia, Washington, 98501

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Course Fees:
$170 for one registration from an agency
$135 for each multiple registrations from an agency

This is an interactive working class, that will allow students to discuss and identify their level of awareness, and preparedness to both natural or man made disasters in their area.

Given a lecture, discussion, videos' of terrorist events, and student handout to guide them, the class will work on an exercise/project to emphasize evaluating the risk of a disaster, the agencies vulnerability, and what needs to be done to reduce or eliminate it.

What intelligence information should be gathered before an event occurs, during the Initial Call, and proper operational Protocols from notifications to investigative assistance will be outlined for Call Receivers in addition to their Incident Command System Interface responsibilities.

Students will identify what will be needed to prepare staff for extended disaster incident events, utilize post incident management debriefing, stress reduction and communication center operational recovery needs.

This program will give students a solid, useful professional foundation for effective and efficient preparation, handling, directing proper response and recovery notifications and units for Disaster Incident Events.

 

Your instructor is Chief Bill Cooper (Ret.), Bainbridge Island, Washington. He is currently Director of Criminal Justice Programs at Northwest University, and has earned two Masters degrees. Prior Senior Manager for Corporate Security at Microsoft and T-Mobiile Corporations.

Bill is the author of two books on terrorism, and co-author on a third. He is a certified anti-terrorism instructor and has presented his programs nationally. His programs contain the most current information directly related to the needs of law enforcement and communication personnel.

 

Registration and space are limited to Thirty Students MULTIPLE REGISTRATIONS ARE ENCOURAGED NOW.

To register for this course, CLICK HERE

Please send payment and or purchase order number to Kebcor.com, P. O. Box 7703, Gurnee, Ill. 60031 by April 14, 2014 to ensure your space in the class. Phone 847-362-5144, Fax 847-816-3503 Payment can be made by check prior to class, on site or upon receipt of invoice. We are unable to accept credit cards.

For information on directions, lodging and parking contact; Cathy Moe, TCOMM Communication Training Supervisor at email - cathy.moe@tcomm911.org- or phone 360-704-2738.  We Thank them!! 

For information and questions on this program or kebcor.com course availability contact; George Burnetti, Kebcor.com 847-362-5144 or
g-burnetti@comcast.netThank You, Stay Safe and God Bless America and our Troops.

Additional suggested programs: 
Dispatcher Performance Enhancement - The Power to Change
Wellness - Stress Management
Hostage Negotiation/ Suicide Intervention for Telecommunicators
Dispatcher Role in Terrorism / Weapons of Mass Destruction Incidents
Suicide Recognition and Intervention for Dispatchers