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Natural Disaster Awareness for Security Professionals (AWR-322) | Campbell County Fire Training Center | Wednesday, 14. February 2018

Natural Disaster Awareness for Security Professionals (AWR-322)
DATE: February 14th, 2018
LOCATION: Campbell County Fire Training Center
10 Training Center Drive
Highland Heights, KY
TIME: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Security professionals play an integral role in a community’s resilience. Often times the security professional is the first person of authority on scene responding to an event. Security professionals are present at critical infrastructure locations (water, electricity, transit hubs), retail shopping malls, hotels, hospitals and other human service providers, and other public gathering areas such as sporting events, conferences, concerts.
The purpose of this course is to enhance the disaster awareness of security professionals
and facilitate their contributions to successful emergency management outcomes.
This course familiarizes participants with a range of natural hazards, the disaster-specific
risks they pose, different factors that contribute to or reduce vulnerability, basic security
duties that are typically required in the response to or recovery from major emergencies
and disasters.

PARTICIPANT CRITERIA:
Private Sector / Corporate Security and Safety

PERQUISITE:
None

SPONSORSHIP:
This Course is sponsored by the Campbell County Office of Emergency Management, and the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security. Delivered by the National Disaster Preparedness Center at the University of Hawaii. All training delivered by the NDPTC is certified by DHS
and offered tuition-free to the nation’s emergency response community and associated stakeholders.

INSTRUCTIONS:
1) Course enrollment maximum is 35 participants.
2) There are no course fees.
3) Pre-registration is required, please register by July15th, 2018.

4) Register Online at: or
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TO APPLY FOR THIS COURSE
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1) You are encouraged to register online at
If you have questions please contact the:
Campbell County Office of Emergency Management
P.O. Box 153
8774 Constable Drive
Alexandria, KY 41001
Fax 859-547-3150
Email wturner@campbellcountyky.org
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  • We have several seats still available for the upcoming FREE training course. I’d like to extend an invitation to you attend our Natural Disaster Awareness for Security Professionals (AWR-322) Course being offered here in Campbell County on February 14th, 2018. Security professionals play an integral role in a community’s resilience. Often times the security professional is the first person of authority on scene responding to an event. Security professionals are present at critical infrastructure locations (water, electricity, transit hubs), retail shopping malls, hotels, hospitals and other human service providers, and other public gathering areas such as sporting events, conferences, concerts. The purpose of this course is to enhance the disaster awareness of security professionals and facilitate their contributions to successful emergency management outcomes. This course familiarizes participants with a range of natural hazards, the disaster-specific risks they pose, different factors that contribute to or reduce vulnerability, basic security duties that are typically required in the response to or recovery from major emergencies and disasters. This Course is sponsored by the Campbell County Office of Emergency Management, and the Kentucky Office of Homeland Security. Delivered by the National Disaster Preparedness Center at the University of Hawaii. All training delivered by the NDPTC is certified by DHS and offered tuition-free to the nation’s emergency response community and associated stakeholders. Register online at: https://goo.gl/XtPNU4 Additional registration details are attached. You may view the CAMPBELL COUNTY OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE AND STUDENT BEHAVIOR GUIDELINES at this link: https://sites.google.com/site/ccoemtraining/marketing-docs For more information contact, William Ray Turner, CKEM Director Campbell County Office of Emergency Management PO Box 153 8774 Constable Drive Alexandria, KY 41001 859-547-3150 wturner@campbellcountyky.org