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AWR-144-1 - Port and Vessel Security for Public Safety and Maritime Personnel, Train-the-Trainer

Verified/Updated: 10/1/2013

Course Description

AWR 144-1 is the train-the-trainer version (2 days in length) of AWR 144 Port & Vessel Security for Public Safety & Maritime Personnel. By participating in the course, qualified participants will receive information about instructional methodologies, review the course in depth from the instructor’s perspective, and deliver an assigned section of a training module of instruction to assess teach-back performance on Day 2.

 

The primary audience for the train-the-trainer version includes certified trainers, administrators and managers, and safety and security personnel with extensive experience in maritime safety and security within rural navigable waterways and ports. Adult teaching experience is highly recommended.

Offerings of the train-the-trainer are limited and require all students to have completed the direct delivery of AWR 144 prior to attendance. Registrants must be approved through the state homeland security administrative agency. A maximum of 16 pre-registered students may attend.

Note: Preparation for the Day 2 teach-back may require evening study time by the student.

Core Capabilities
This course has been developed to address the following capabilities.

 

  • Environmental Response/Health and Safety
  • Intelligence and Information Sharing
  • Interdiction and Disruption
  • On-Scene Security and Protection
  • Operations Coordination
  • Physical Protective Measures
  • Planning
  • Risk Management for Protection, Programs and Activities

 


How Course is Offered:
Submit a
course request form to request a delivery in your community.

 


Prerequisites & Other Information:
Successful completion of AWR 144 (direct delivery students only)

Course participants must be certified trainers, administrators and managers, and safety and security personnel with extensive experience in maritime safety and security within rural navigable waterways and ports

Approval by state homeland security administrative agency to instruct on this material.

Participant must be a U.S. citizen.

Online pre-registration for class and above prerequisites is required. Non-registered students will be denied entry into class.


Cost:
No tuition is charged.


Course Specifics

Hours: 16.00
Provider: Rural Domestic Preparedness Consortium
Sponsor: DHS-FEMA TEI
Disciplines: Government Administration
Law Enforcement
Public Safety Communications
Fire Service
Emergency Management
Emergency Medical Service


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