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3E BECKER HANDS ON INSTRUCTION (MUST HAVE COMPLETED THE 4 HOUR DIDACTIC)

Sep 22,2018 -     Time: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Becker Minnesota

Students must have attended a 4 hour didactic

The first thirty minutes can be a critical time to evacuate the injured and save lives. Using the most advanced techniques in medical, tactical and rapid incident management, this day training will give participants the practical skills needed to respond to hostile events including post blast and active shooter incidents.

Target Audience:

  • Limited to a multidisciplinary group of Fire, EMS, and Law Enforcement responders from organizations and jurisdictions within Minnesota with preference to those from the adjoining HSEM Regions.
  • Leadership and trainers from the area who may be involved in or planning for the response to an event that involves post blast explosives or an active shooter event.

Instructors:

Regional experts from the Military, SWAT, Emergency Management, Bomb Squad, Police, Fire/Rescue and EMS

Location: Becker High School 12000 Hancock Street, Becker, MN 55308

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FEMA Course MN-005-RESP

P.O.S.T Board Approved –12 hours POST# 9803-0005
* Free of charge to the target audience that is covered under grant funding.
* Lunch and refreshments included on Saturday.
This class includes both the classroom and hands-on instruction.

Questions?

Ron Robinson, MESB ......................... 612.860.1257

Jonathan Bundt, Lead Instructor ........ 952.922.0422

Martha Ziese ………………………….. mziese@mn-mesb.oeg

 

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Important 3E Participant information

 


Location

Becker High School
12000 Hancock Street
Becker, 55308

Event Fees:

Becker Hands On $ 0.00

3E BIG LAKE HANDS ON INSTRUCTION (MUST HAVE COMPLETED THE 4 HOUR DIDACTIC)

Sep 29,2018 -     Time: 7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Students must have attended a 4 hour didactic.

The first thirty minutes can be a critical time to evacuate the injured and save lives. Using the most advanced techniques in medical, tactical and rapid incident management, this day training will give participants the practical skills needed to respond to ostile events including post blast and active shooter incidents.

Target Audience:

  • Limited to a multidisciplinary group of Fire, EMS, and Law Enforcement responders from organizations and jurisdictions within Minnesota with preference to those from the adjoining HSEM Regions.
  • Leadership and trainers from the area who may be involved in or planning for the response to an event that involves post blast explosives or an active shooter event.

Instructors:
Regional experts from the Military, SWAT, Emergency Management, Bomb Squad, Police, Fire/Rescue and EMS

Location: Big Lake High School 501 Minnesota Avenue East, Big Lake, MN 55309

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FEMA Course MN-005-RESP

P.O.S.T Board Approved –12 hours POST# 9803-0005
* Free of charge to the target audience that is covered under grant funding.
* Lunch and refreshments included on Saturday.

This course includes both the classroom and hands-on instruction.

Questions?

Ron Robinson, MESB ......................... 612.860.1257

Jonathan Bundt, Lead Instructor ........ 952.922.0422

Martha Ziese …………………………   mziese@mn-mesb.oeg

 

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Important 3E Participant information

 


Location

Big Lake High School
201 Minnesota Avenue East
Big Lake, 55309

Event Fees:

Big Lake 3E $ 0.00

MREMS LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SERIES OCTOBER 2018-JUNE 2019

Oct 17,2018 -     Time: 8:30 am - 1:00 pm

The Metro Region EMS System Leadership Development Series is a program that dramatically expands awareness of how authentic leadership is achieved through action. At the core of the program is a practical framework for understanding the six fundamental dimensions of human action and how these dimensions can be skillfully implemented to achieve successful outcomes on a regular basis.  This framework provides a common and reproducible approach, methodology, and language that directly builds leadership influence and acumen that sharpens the leadership lens.

 

Full description of course in the link below.

10-2018-EMS-Regional-leadership-program.pdf

* Subsequent dates for November-June will be determined at the first class.

 

 


Location

Metropolitan Counties Government Center
2099 University Avenue West
St. Paul, 55104

Event Fees:

MREMS Leadership Series $ 0.00