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Active Shooter Incident Management (ASIM) Advanced (DUR-AS-001)

ASIM Advanced Course Overview:

This course provides responders with the experience and confidence to manage an Active Shooter Event, no matter their rank or assignment.

Active Shooter Incident Management Advanced is a 3-day comprehensive course using the ASIM Checklist integrated response process with ten hands-on scenario exercises (using the multi-responder NIMSPro3™ 3D Simulation System). The course is appropriate for all ranks of law enforcement, fire, EMS, and dispatch. The course provides hands-on incident management experience for street responders and leaders alike. Participants are trained to integrate and manage a multi-discipline response to a full range of Active Shooter and hostile event threats, including Complex Coordinated Attack (CCA). 
The goal is simple — decrease the time to neutralize the threat and get injured to a hospital. 

Participants learn and practice the following positions, functions, and scenarios:

• ASIM Checklist process; First arriving LEO; Contact Team; Tactical Group Supervisor; Staging Manager; Casualty Collection Point 

• Medical Branch; Triage Group Supervisor; Rescue Task Force (RTF); Transport Group Supervisor; Ambulance Exchange Point; Casualty (injured) Evacuation

• Law Enforcement Branch; Intelligence/Investigative Section; Victim Management and Reunification; Incident Commander; Communication Center Integration

• Complex Coordinated Attack (CCA) including multi-site and multiple attacker teams; Active Shooter Event with IEDs; Active Shooter Event with hostage/barricade

ASIM Advanced Instructors utilize a no-fault, no-embarrassment coaching style to conduct live training with up to 58 students utilizing NIMSPro3™ for hands-on scenarios. NIMSPro3™ is our professional grade 3D multi-responder simulation system that places everyone in the middle of the action!  Dispatchers utilize a fully integrated CAD system to direct responders who work to neutralize threats, triage casualties, implement warm zone EMS care, treat and transport patients, establish perimeters, move and manage victims, and much more — all within to-scale photo realistic 3D environments of selected real-world locations!

 
Details
Date(s)  Tue. Feb 04, 2020 0800-1700 
Wed. Feb 05, 2020 0800-1700 
Thu. Feb 06, 2020 0800-1700 
Location Wake County Emergency Services Education Center - Wake County
221 South Rogers Lane, Raleigh NC 27610 
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Building/Room Suite 160 
Handicap Accessibility Yes
WiFi Access  
Offered By Durham County 
Primary Instructor TBD, To Be Determined 
Course Length  
Course Hours 32 
CEUs  
Prerequisites
Maximum Participants 60
# Open Seats 41
# on Wait List 4

Offering Specific Information

 

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