UVM Office of Emergency Management, UVM Police, and Risk Management regularly provide training to the greater UVM community through in house training and with support of external partners.  We encourage all UVM affiliates to take advantage of these opportunities to be better prepared where you live, work, and play!  

Wed Oct 16 2019

Tue Oct 29 2019

Mon Nov 11 2019

  • UVM Medical Center: Stop the Bleed Training Session
    12:00pm - 1:00pm
    UVM Medical Center Main Campus

    Bleeding Control Course - Open to the Public

    Stop the Bleed is a national campaign started by the American College of Surgeons that supports the Presidential Policy Directive for national preparedness. The campaign offers a course that teaches individuals the proper techniques to stop uncontrolled bleeding after an injury.

    The UVM Medical Center wants to ensure members of our community, workplaces, and schools are knowledgeable in the use of compression techniques or a tourniquet in trying to stop uncontrolled bleeding.

    Join us for this FREE course. Register today.

    Register: https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/Pages/ENRS/EventsRegistration.aspx?OccurrenceId=2047

    Location

    UVM Medical Center Main Campus

    111 Colchester Avenue

    Davis Auditorium

    Burlington Vermont 05401

    Presented By

    UVM Medical Center

    Contact Information

    Christine Dillon and Abby Beerman

    bleedingcontrol@uvmhealth.org<mailto:bleedingcontrol@uvmhealth.org>

    Class Size

    35 seats

Mon Nov 18 2019

  • UVM Medical Center: Stop the Bleed Training Session
    6:00pm - 7:00pm
    UVM Medical Center Main Campus

    Bleeding Control Course - Open to the Public

    Stop the Bleed is a national campaign started by the American College of Surgeons that supports the Presidential Policy Directive for national preparedness. The campaign offers a course that teaches individuals the proper techniques to stop uncontrolled bleeding after an injury.

    The UVM Medical Center wants to ensure members of our community, workplaces, and schools are knowledgeable in the use of compression techniques or a tourniquet in trying to stop uncontrolled bleeding.

    Join us for this FREE course. Register today.

    Register: https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/Pages/ENRS/EventsRegistration.aspx?OccurrenceId=2048

    Location

    UVM Medical Center Main Campus

    111 Colchester Avenue

    Davis Auditorium

    Burlington Vermont 05401

    Presented By

    UVM Medical Center

    Contact Information

    Christine Dillon and Abby Beerman

    bleedingcontrol@uvmhealth.org<mailto:bleedingcontrol@uvmhealth.org>

    Class Size

    35 seats


Tue Nov 19 2019

  • ICS 402 - Incident Command System Summary for Executives
    1:00pm - 5:00pm
    Thetford, VT

    Click here to register!<https://vermont.csod.com/LMS/LoDetails/DetailsLo.aspx?loid=04cbe8d8-2bc1-4760-8ac2-b54dc0351787&back=https%3A%2F%2Fvermont.csod.com%2FLMS%2Fcatalog%2FEventsCalendar.aspx%3Ftab_page_id%3D-10%26tab_id%3D20000513%23m%3D2%26d%3D11%2F30%2F2019#t=1>

    Location: Town of Thetford Town Office
    11/19/2019, 1:00 PM EST - 11/19/2019, 5:00 PM EST


    Purpose: The purpose of this presentation is to familiarize Executives/Senior Officials (elected officials, city/county managers, agency administrators, etc.) with incident Command System (ICS) principles and their role in supporting incident management. Additional courses are available to learn more about ICS.
    Courses and experience are required to qualify to serve in the Command and General Staff. Resource center links are provided at the end of this course.
    Target Audience: Executives/Senior Officials (elected officials, city/county managers, agency administrators, etc.)

    Objectives

    * Describe the Incident Command System (ICS)
    * Describe the various ways ICS can be applied.
    * Define the role of an Executive/S.O. relative to ICS.
    * Describe the major responsibilities of an Executive/Senior Official as related to an incident.
    * Demonstrate basic familiarity with ICS terminology.
    * Describe the basic organization of ICS and functional responsibilities of the Command and General Staffs.
    * Describe issues that influence incident complexity and the tools available to analyze complexity.
    * Describe the differences between on-incident ICS organizations and the activities and the activities accomplished by Area Commands, Emergency Operation Centers, and Multi-Agency Coordination Systems.
    * Explain the administrative, logistical, financial, and reporting implications of large incident operations.
    * Describe the sources of information regarding the incident and how to access them.
    * Describe the types of agency policies/guidelines that influence management of incident or event activities.

Wed Nov 20 2019

Thu Nov 21 2019

Mon Dec 09 2019

Tue Dec 10 2019

Wed Dec 11 2019

Thu Dec 12 2019

Tue Jan 07 2020

Mon Mar 02 2020

  • Sport & Special Event Incident Management Training (MGT-404)
    8:00am - 5:00pm
    UVM - Davis Center

    UVM Emergency Management and UVM Event Services will be hosting:

    NCS4: MGT-404 SPORTS AND SPECIAL EVENTS INCIDENT MANAGEMENT<https://ncs4.usm.edu/training/fema-dhs/incident-management>

    March 2-3, 2020
    UVM Davis Center-Livak Ballroom

    590 Main Street

    Burlington, Vermont 05401


    Click here to register!<https://my.teex.org/TeexPortal/Default.aspx?MO=mCourseCatalog&D=FP&C=MGT404&S=204>

    (You will need to create a TEEX ID)

    This course emphasizes the unique aspects of response to an incident occurring during a sports/special event, including considerations for business continuity and after-action activities. You will learn the skills necessary to effectively manage an incident by applying and implementing a multi-disciplinary management team approach as described in the National Incident Management System (NIMS). At the end of the course a practical application exercise can be customized to the facility where the course is held.
    This course has a limited offering with priority to large venue sporting and special events.


    Course Length
    Two Days (16 hours)
    Class Size
    30 Participants
    CE Credits
    IACET – 1.6 CEUs

    Topics

    Incident management for sports/special events

    National Incident Management System

    Business continuity considerations

    After action reporting

    Incident action planning

    Resource management process

    Participants
    Athletic departments
    Operators of large arenas/venues
    Campus emergency management, administration, environmental health and safety, public affairs and sports information, and physical plant/public works
    Local elected officials
    Fire service and emergency medical services
    Law enforcement
    Non-governmental organizations
    Public health
    Public works
    Other state, local, tribal and territorial agency representatives
    Media representatives

    Prerequisites

    IS-200.b, Incident Command System (ICS) for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, ICS-200 or equivalent basic incident command system training.
    FEMA / SID Number
    Students must register and bring a copy of their SID number to class. Register online:cdp.dhs.gov/femasid

Tue Mar 03 2020

  • Sport & Special Event Incident Management Training (MGT-404)
    8:00am - 5:00pm
    UVM - Davis Center

    UVM Emergency Management and UVM Event Services will be hosting:

    NCS4: MGT-404 SPORTS AND SPECIAL EVENTS INCIDENT MANAGEMENT<https://ncs4.usm.edu/training/fema-dhs/incident-management>

    March 2-3, 2020
    UVM Davis Center-Livak Ballroom

    590 Main Street

    Burlington, Vermont 05401


    Click here to register!<https://my.teex.org/TeexPortal/Default.aspx?MO=mCourseCatalog&D=FP&C=MGT404&S=204>

    (You will need to create a TEEX ID)

    This course emphasizes the unique aspects of response to an incident occurring during a sports/special event, including considerations for business continuity and after-action activities. You will learn the skills necessary to effectively manage an incident by applying and implementing a multi-disciplinary management team approach as described in the National Incident Management System (NIMS). At the end of the course a practical application exercise can be customized to the facility where the course is held.
    This course has a limited offering with priority to large venue sporting and special events.


    Course Length
    Two Days (16 hours)
    Class Size
    30 Participants
    CE Credits
    IACET – 1.6 CEUs

    Topics

    Incident management for sports/special events

    National Incident Management System

    Business continuity considerations

    After action reporting

    Incident action planning

    Resource management process

    Participants
    Athletic departments
    Operators of large arenas/venues
    Campus emergency management, administration, environmental health and safety, public affairs and sports information, and physical plant/public works
    Local elected officials
    Fire service and emergency medical services
    Law enforcement
    Non-governmental organizations
    Public health
    Public works
    Other state, local, tribal and territorial agency representatives
    Media representatives

    Prerequisites

    IS-200.b, Incident Command System (ICS) for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents, ICS-200 or equivalent basic incident command system training.
    FEMA / SID Number
    Students must register and bring a copy of their SID number to class. Register online:cdp.dhs.gov/femasid