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Course Description

PER-307-W - Introduction to Improvised Nuclear Device Effects and Response Strategies

This 3 hour web-based training (WBT) course offers .3 CEUs. The course provides first responders, leaders, emergency planners, and support personnel with nuclear detonation specific response guidance, such as recognition, immediate actions, response planning, damage zones, fallout/radiation hazards, and shelter and evacuation strategies. This course forms the foundation for additional courses in improvised nuclear device (IND) response operations, management, and planning.

This course provides an overview of the expected effects from the detonation of an IND in a major U.S. city. It also provides an overview of the current preplanning guidance and response strategy recommendations to maximize the preservation of life in an urban nuclear detonation of unconscionable magnitude.

This course is pre-requisite training for the MGT-423-W course.

Prerequisites & Other Information:
To Take this Course: 
The CTOS Course Catalog contains a brief description of each of these courses and information on the additional training our organization offers. Training may be completed through the CTOS Web Campus.

No tuition is charged.

Course Specifics

Hours: 3.00
Provider: Counterterrorism Operations Support (CTOS)
Disciplines: Public Safety Communications
Public Works
Elected Official
Emergency Management
Emergency Medical Service
Fire Service
Government Administration
Health Care
Law Enforcement
Private Industry
Public Health
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