The CDP now has the capacity to feed more than 1,000 students three meals a day.
The CDP is now one-step closer to developing its new ‘Medical Response to Overwhelming, No-Notice Trauma Events’ course.
The CDP on Thursday said that it trained more than 700 healthcare professionals from across Puerto Rico during two consecutive weeks of training it conducted on the island.
The CDP welcomed about 250 guests to its campus May 21-23 for the 2019 National Preparedness Symposium.
The CDP set a new standard last week by graduating more than 500 responders from ‘Indirect’- taught courses in a single week.
The CDP has released its training numbers for the month of April.
More than 100 medical professionals from Wisconsin attended training April 29 to May 3 on the CDP campus in Anniston, Ala.
The Center for Domestic Preparedness is developing a new four-day course geared at teaching agencies how to properly monitor people exposed to any number of chemical, biological and radiological substances.
The Center for Domestic Preparedness is once again teaming with the Government of Puerto Rico to train public health and healthcare workers on the island how to respond to a variety of incidents both safely and efficiently.
The CDP’s COBRA (Chemical, Ordnance, Biological and Radiological) Training Facility on Friday learned that it had successfully passed its annual CASARM (Chemical Agent Standard Analytical Reference Material) audit – one of a number of routine examinations of the facility by experts from the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and others.
About 50 responders from the Salt Lake City metropolitan area participated in training April 8-12 on the CDP’s campus in Anniston, Ala.
The medical director of the only Level 1 trauma unit in Central Florida received an orientation and tour Tuesday of the CDP’s Noble Training Facility, the only hospital facility in the United States dedicated solely to training healthcare professionals in disaster preparedness and response.
Nearly 120 responders from across the Sunshine State participated in training April 1-5 on the CDP’s campus in Anniston, Ala.
The CDP on Friday unveiled its new mission statement – “Training the best for the worst.”
The CDP is continuing to prepare for the 2019 National Preparedness Symposium, which it will host May 21-23 on its campus in Anniston, Al.
The CDP hosted its 4th Annual Tribal Nations Training Week, the largest annual tribal training event in the Department of Homeland Security, March 17-22.
Preparations are underway for the CDP’s 4th Annual Tribal Nations Training Week – the largest annual tribal training event in the Department of Homeland Security – which will run March 16-23.
The CDP has released its training numbers for the month of February.
The Center for Domestic Preparedness will receive an additional $20 million to modernize facilities, courtesy of the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act of 2019.
The CDP’s Noble Training Facility will soon have a permanent isolation ward where responders will train how to deal with individuals with highly-infectious diseases.