2013 Training Events Schedule

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Online Training Resources
FEMA Independent Training Course  (ICS 100 and NIMS 700)
FEMA
's online training site offers multiple independent study courses geared toward the first responder and Incident Command Systems.  It is a useful tool that is always available.  ICS 100 and NIMS 700 are the courses required by MRC and are available on the site.  The links to those specific classes are below:

ICS 100b       http://training.fema.gov/emiweb/is/is100b.asp
NIMS 700.a    http://training.fema.gov/emiweb/is/is700a.asp


MRC TRAIN https://www.mrc.train.org/DesktopShell.aspx
MRC Train is a site specific to members of Medical Reserve Corps Units. The site offers on-line training opportunities to broaden a responder's knowledge in Incident Command and other courses.  This site tracks courses that you have taken and can be a good tool for the RI MRC Member.

Psychological First Aid http://learn.nctsn.org
This professionally-narrated course is for individuals new to disaster response who want to learn the core goals of PFA, as well as for seasoned practitioners who want a review. It features innovative activities, video demonstrations, and mentor tips from the nation’s trauma experts and survivors. PFA online also offers a Learning Community where participants can share experiences using PFA in the field, receive guidance during times of disaster, and obtain additional resources and training. This project was funded by Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration, US Department of Health and Human Services, the National Center for PTSD, the National Association of County and City Health Officials, and the HHS Office of the Surgeon General, Office of the Civilian Volunteer Medical Reserve Corps. For more details about this course and additional continuing education credits available, check out the NCTSN Learning Center!

Cultural Competency https://www.thinkculturalhealth.hhs.gov/Content/ContinuingEd.asp
The goal of Think Cultural Health is to Advance Health Equity at Every Point of Contact through the development and promotion of culturally and linguistically appropriate services. Our continuing education programs are designed to help individuals at all levels and in all disciplines promote health and health equity.


RI MRC Orientations:  

Orientations are required for new members of RI MRC in order to be covered and active.  Orientations offer a tour of the facility, badge picture and t-shirt distribution as well as a review of the Medical Reserve Corps and its mission.  The orientations last one hour and are all located at the RI MRC/RI DMAT Warehouse at 50 Barnett Lane West Greenwich, RI 02817.  RI MRC / RI DMAT Warehouse Map

Please be sure to have filled out the RIMRC online application and once complete, follow the emailed link to www.riresponds.org to SIGN UP FOR TRAINING.  You will use the same email and password from your RI MRC application to log in and sign up for the events.  

Orientation Schedule: 

March 10, 2014   6:00 PM

April 22, 2014       6:00 PM

May 8, 2014          6:00 PM



Log In to www.riresponds.org / Classroom Trainings  to see courses offered to members of RI MRC. 



http://www.ready.gov/

http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/is22.asp
IS-22 Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness