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Module 1 – Slide 1 Campus-Community Emergency Response Team (C-CERT) Train-the-Trainer Welcome and Orientation


Module 1 – Slide 2 WELCOME In this module we will cover: Facility information Individual issues C-CERT program overview Course outlines Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 History of the C-CERT grant and program

Thank You For Your Interest : 

Module 1 – Slide 3 Thank You For Your Interest Facility issues: Exits – Fire alarms Food and refreshments Breaks and restrooms Smoking policy Sign-In rosters and tent cards Pagers, phones and radios, Off please

We Welcome Your Attendance : 

Module 1 – Slide 4 We Welcome Your Attendance Individual issues: A chance to practice different learning techniques. A chance to network. Participants will be issued 2 books and personal protective equipment. Time will be allotted for the completion of Tool Boxes, an important aspect of this class.

Terminal Learning Objectives : 

Module 1 – Slide 5 Terminal Learning Objectives Upon completion of this module, participants will understand the C-CERT concept, and its relationship to Citizen Corps. Course goals and objectives will be reviewed, and participants will have an opportunity to network and interact as a team member for the remainder of this training.

Enabling Objectives : 

Module 1 – Slide 6 Enabling Objectives Participants will receive an orientation to: C-CERT, Citizen Corps and the National Preparedness Program Background, purpose, goals and objectives. Team building through activities Relevant tools and resources available for C-CERT Participants will complete a pre-test.

Course Materials : 

Module 1 – Slide 7 Course Materials Campus Annex CERT Instructor Guide (IG-317) Pocket folder, tent card, black marker, other handouts CD-ROMs DHS Course Evaluation Form C-CERT Backpack with PPE (Distributed at end of Day 1)

Course OutlineDay 1 : 

Module 1 – Slide 8 Course OutlineDay 1 Introductions: Individual Instructor Goals of the course Review of learning materials Educational methodology and adult learning Campus specific issues Distribution of personal protective equipment

Course OutlineDay 2 : 

Module 1 – Slide 9 Course OutlineDay 2 Review Educational Methodology and campus specific issues Instructor overview and guided learning of the CERT instructor Guide with additional information and tips Instructor guided demonstration of the 5 disaster simulations

Course OutlineDay 3 : 

Module 1 – Slide 10 Course OutlineDay 3 Review Instructor Guide units and disaster simulations Participant teach-back Participant demonstrations Post test Course summary and conclusion

Action-Packed : 

Module 1 – Slide 11 Action-Packed A lot of information Student led: Instructor facilitated Peer supported Team empowered An opportunity to gain or enhance skills An opportunity to serve others

Class Introductions : 

Module 1 – Slide 12 Class Introductions Please, stand and tell us: Your name and title, rank or position The academic institution, agency or jurisdiction you represent Your prior CERT training or experience Your reasons for attending this course Thank you!

Table Groups/Teams : 

Module 1 – Slide 13 Table Groups/Teams Each table group will remain constant for the entire course. Each table group is a team for purposes of small group discussions, breakouts for practical exercises in the disaster simulation segments, and for teach-backs on Day 3.

Pre-Test/Post-Test : 

Module 1 – Slide 14 Pre-Test/Post-Test Pre-test measures your CERT/C-CERT knowledge prior to this training; Post-test measures learning from this course. Tests are required by DHS—we report only average aggregate results. We ask you to include your names for our own administrative purposes at MSU. Tests are not Pass/Fail, no minimum score required—not used for Instructor Certification.

Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) : 

Module 1 – Slide 15 Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) Created by Los Angeles Fire Dept. in 1985 following earthquake disasters. Adopted by FEMA in 1993 for national, all-hazards applications. CERT established in cities, counties, corporations, campuses nationwide. C-CERT is a targeted version of CERT, intended to operate as a partner with national, state and local CERT programs.

Citizen Corps : 

Module 1 – Slide 16 Citizen Corps Partner Programs: CERT Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) Neighborhood Watch Fire Corps Medical Reserve Corps State/local/campus Citizen Corps Councils

C-CERT and the National Preparedness Program : 

Module 1 – Slide 17 C-CERT and the National Preparedness Program Citizen and community preparedness are vital elements of national preparedness and homeland security. Citizen Corps and CERT contribute. National Preparedness program based on HSPD-8, National Preparedness Goal, and other documents.

C-CERT Program Development : 

Module 1 – Slide 18 C-CERT Program Development Competitive 2-year Training Grant from DHS-G & T awarded 10/1/05. Instructor cadre, draft Campus Annex and C-CERT Web site developed. 3 pilot programs conducted and evaluated by SMEs. Final course review, DHS course approval and certification in April 2007.

C-CERT “Train-the-Trainer” : 

Module 1 – Slide 19 C-CERT “Train-the-Trainer” Not intended to make you “master CERT instructors” to teach other CERT instructors. Should prepare you to coordinate or teach basic CERT directly to your C-CERT members, or other basic CERT programs. Currently no national standard curriculum or CERT instructor certification.

Training Prerequisites : 

Module 1 – Slide 20 Training Prerequisites Basic CERT or current CERT instructor are required. IS-317 Introduction to CERT may be accepted in lieu of basic CERT. IS-317 does not equate to basic CERT training, but does familiarize participants with CERT terms and concepts. IS-100 Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS) and IS-700 National Incident Management System is required.

Web-Based Resources : 

Module 1 – Slide 21 Web-Based Resources Citizen Corps www.citizencorps.gov CERT www.citizencorps.gov/cert C-CERT www.c-cert.msu.edu

Conducting CERT Training at your Campus : 

Module 1 – Slide 22 Conducting CERT Training at your Campus Various reasons for attending here, and different roles in C-CERT training back home. OK—and encouraged—to use guest, adjunct or contractual instructors in a team approach. Make sure all follow the CERT curriculum.


Module 1 – Slide 23 SUMMARY Consider methods of working with your local Citizen Corps. Develop an awareness of the National Preparedness Program. Throughout the program consider how you will develop your C-CERT program. Work to develop and improve your Train-the-Trainer skills.

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