Overview: This course will equip pre-hospital and hospital medical personnel with the skills needed to deliver and sustain a safe and effective response to bombing incidents. Utilization of case studies as well as tabletop exercise will reinforce course material.
This Course will enable participants to:
– Identify terrorist targets
– Understand explosives and characteristics
– Identify pre-attack indicators associated with bombing incidents
– Recognize bombing incident-related injury patterns and treatment
This course will be held:
5401 Old Court Road
Randallstown (Baltimore County), MD 21133
2016 January 13 – 14
08:00 – 17:00 (Both Days)
Registration 07:00 – 08:00
Registration will begin in October 2015. Download Flyer here.
Memphis, TN resident Geraldine Pollard survived two house fires, one as a child and another as an adult. CERT Training teaches citizens how to be prepared in case of emergencies and disasters (Video and Article). Many communities also use trained CERT members to assist with public events such as parades, celebrations and other community events.
CERT training is usually conducted over a Friday evening, Saturday & Sunday although some communities may extend it over several smaller weekly sessions. Training includes preparedness, basic search & rescue, first aid, how to triage, basic rescue carries, use of the fire extinguisher for basic fire fighting and more. Advanced CERT training involves Animal Rescue & First Aid, Traffic and Crowd, Weather and other topics.
Anne Arundel and Annapolis CERT offers this training 3 – 4 times per year at no cost. If you would like more information on CERT Training please send us a message.