Upon completion of this course, students will demonstrate, through course participation and exercises, the capability to perform the duties and responsibilities of an effective Ambulance Strike Team / Task Force Responder.
-Unit 1 Course Introduction
-Unit 2 Deployment Preparation
-Unit 3 Overview of the Incident Management Organization and the Operations Section
-Unit 4 Roles and Responsibilities of the Strike Team / Task Force Responder
-Unit 5 Information Flow and Dissemination
-Unit 6 Risk Management and Safety
-Unit 7 Final Review
Tue. Apr 30, 2019 1 pm - 5 pm
Mountain Area Healthcare Preparedness Coalition - MAHPC
518 South Allen Rd, Flat Rock NC 28731
||Mountain Healthcare Preparedness Region
||Cooper, Robert A.
ICS 100, 200, 700, 800.
||Personnel who want to affiliate with an AST
|# Open Seats
|# on Wait List
Offering Specific Information
Students should bring laptop. Course materials will be provided via Dropbox link or flash drive.
Priority seating will be offered to EMS and educational personnel within the Mtn. Area Healthcare Preparedness Region.
Priority seating will be given to those who are attending the AST Responder, AST Leader and AST Leader Train the Trainer course series being offered on 4/30/19, 5/1/19 and 5/2/19
Students must show proof of completion of NC AST Responder prerequisites and meet all eligibility requirements to be approved as an AST Responder.