Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defence Centre of Excellence

An Accredited NATO Military Body
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Date: 20 - 24 April 2020 CANCELLED
Security level: Non-sensitive information releasable to the public
Tuition Fee: FREE
Seats: min 10, max 18 participants
Deadline for enrolment: 6 March 2020
ETOC Code: WMD-MD-21769 (OPS-NC-2010)
ePRIME Reference: ACT.575

Registration was cancelled

The aim of this course is to familiarize the course participants with the Introduction to the International CBRN Training Curriculum for Trainers of First Responders; to provide knowledge and understanding required for the implementation of the Introduction to the International CBRN Training Curriculum for Trainers of First Responders within their own nations, and to enhance interoperability among first responders in an international response to CBRN events. This course is organised in close cooperation with the Civil Emergency Planning Committee (CEPC).

Learning Objective:

  1. Understand the security context behind national and international CBRN preparedness and response;
  2. Understand the methods employed to recognise a CBRN incident;
  3. Understand the protection of responders and safety of victims;
  4. Understand the decontamination options at a CBRN incident;
  5. Understand basic medical and psychological considerations in relation to CBRN incidents;
  6. Understand the basic principles of detection and sample taking;
  7. Understand the principles of command and control in relation to CBRN incidents;
  8. Understand the implications of bilateral or international assistance for local first responders.

Expected Training Audience:

CBRN trainers to improve their knowledge in the field of CBRN Defence. Participants should have substantial experience in fire and rescue, police or paramedic services, or similar activities (civilian and military) and with training activities in this field. It is expected that attendees will have experience in delivering CBRN training to first responders and have good English language skills.

Course pre-requisites:

Each national representative will be expected to give a 5 to 10 minutes presentation on their national structures/capabilities (Disaster Management and CBRN Response Capabilities).

Students are expected to undergo "ADL Pre-Learning for the Introduction to the International CBRN Training Curriculum Course".

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Training Courses

CBRN Analysis Users Workshop

  • 3 - 4 March 2020 (enroll till 27 January 2020)

Introduction to the International CBRN Training Curriculum for Trainers of First Responders to CBRN Incidents Course

  • 20 - 24 April 2020 (enroll till 6 March 2020)

METT GREECE: International Radiological and Nuclear Training for Emergency Response (I-RAD) Basic Course

  • 18 - 22 May 2020, (enroll till 03 April 2020, POC CPT Charalampos NALBANTIS)

Introduction to NATO WMD Disablement Course

  • 8 - 12 June 2020 (enroll till 24 April 2020)

METT AUSTRIA: International Radiological and Nuclear Training for Emergency Response (I-RAD) Advanced Course

  • 13 - 17 July 2020, (enroll till 01 June 2020, POC Mr Arno UMFAHRER)

CBRN Warning and Reporting Specialists Course

  • 1 - 3 September 2020 (Enroll till 20 July 2020)

Live Agent Training Course

  • 12 - 16 October 2020 (enroll till 1 June 2020)

Consequence Management after a CBRN Incident Course

  • 23 - 27 November 2020 (enroll till 09 Oct 2020)