The CDP has released its training numbers for the month of November.

During the month the Center conducted 45 courses for 1,326 students on its campus in Anniston, AL, and 155 courses for 2,902 students at sites across the U.S. and its territories.

That brought the total number of students who've been trained by the CDP since it first opened its doors, in 1998, to 1,127,346.

Among the month’s highlights:

  • The CDP conducted a Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Theme Week November 11-17, which encompassed three HazMat classes, two healthcare classes and an Integrated Capstone Event (ICE).
  • Six healthcare professionals from Desert Springs Hospital in Las Vegas, NV attended the Emergency Medical Operations for CBRNE Incidents (EMO) and the Intermediate Hands-on Training for CBRNE Incidents (HOT I) courses. The hospital received more than 100 victims of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival active shooter incident in 2017.
  • Three healthcare coalitions – one each from Pennsylvania, South Dakota and California – attended the Healthcare Coalition Response Leadership Course (HCRL), which the CDP conducted in partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services’ Healthcare System. 
  • Nineteen Frederick, MD Police Academy recruits attended the Law Enforcement Protective Measures Series of courses.
  • Eleven Penrose Hospital (Colorado Springs, CO) healthcare professionals and three members of the Chinle Service Unit, Navajo Nation, attended a Healthcare Leadership (HCL) course, along with responders from Alaska, Nebraska and Ohio.
  • Healthcare Emergency Managers from Charlotte, NC; Albuquerque, NM; Phoenix, AZ and Sacramento, CA attended a Framework for Healthcare Emergency Management (FRAME) course.

A training officer from the State of Minnesota’s Department of Military Affairs, the Chief and Superintendent of Safety Services for Grambling, LA, and the Battalion Chief of the Williston, ND Fire Department attended an Incident Command: Capabilities, Planning and response Actions for All Hazards (IC) course.

Click here to see those and other CDP numbers of interest.