The CDP has released its training numbers for the month of December.
During the month, the Center conducted 26 courses for 1,425 students on its campus in Anniston, AL, and 111 courses for 1,448 students at sites across the U.S. and its territories. Additionally, 1,132 students completed one of the CDP’s four online classes.
Resident training during the month was highlighted by the participation of 16 responders in the pilot of the CDP’s new Disaster Related Exposure Assessment and Monitoring (DREAM) Course, 31 healthcare providers from Cleveland, OH in the Healthcare Leadership for Mass Casualty Incidents (HCL) Course; 21 healthcare providers from Boston, MA in the HCL and Hospital Emergency Response Training for Mass Casualty Incidents courses; and 12 officers from the Nassau County (NY) Police Department in the Hazardous Materials Operations and Hazardous Materials Technician courses.
Additionally, five law enforcement officers from the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians in Coachella, CA attended the Law Enforcement Protective Measures for CBRNE Incidents, Intermediate Hands-On Training for CBRNE Incidents: Law Enforcement, and Law Enforcement Response Actions for CBRNE Incidents courses as part of a long-term initiative to put all members of their law enforcement team through this training.
Non-resident training during the month, meanwhile, was highlighted by the delivery of the Field Force Operations Mentored Course to 60 police academy recruits in Memphis; the Bombing Prevention Awareness Course to 60 World Trade Center Transportation Hub security agents in New York City; and Standardized Awareness Training to 15 academy recruits in Virginia and Law Enforcement Protective Measures training to 15 city, state and federal law enforcement officers in Maryland