The first thirty minutes can be a critical time to evacuate the injured and save lives. The 3ECHO strategy and model when applied early in a hostile event can help SAVE LIVES. Using the most advanced techniques in medical, tactical and rapid incident management, this 1 day INSTRUCTOR TRAINING class will give nominated students the background information and practical teaching skills within one’s discipline needed to effectively and collaboratively instruct a full 12 hour 3ECHO class while adhering to the course construct, objectives and instructional taxonomy as well as providing an opportunity to practice teaching skills in an actual 3ECHO class.
Limited to a multidisciplinary group of Fire, EMS, and Law Enforcement TRAINERS from organizations and jurisdictions within Minnesota. **NOTE: Candidates MUST have extensive instructor experience within their discipline AND submit a letter from their jurisdiction nominating prospective student including instructor resume BY MAY 31, 2017 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructors 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.
FEMA Course MN-005-RESP * Free of charge to the target audience that is covered under grant funding. * Lunch and refreshments included on Saturday. This class includes both classroom and hands-on instruction.
Questions? Ron Robinson, MESB ................ 612.860.1257
3300 Century Avenue North
White Bear Lake,
Century College 3ECHO $ 0.00