Training

The NKEPC supports training for our first responders who are responsible for coordinating emergency response/relief/recovery efforts for natural and manmade disasters such as tornadoes, storms, earthquakes, hazardous material incidents, as well as acts of terrorism involving weapons of mass destruction.

By working cooperatively with state and federal agencies, local public safety departments and volunteer organizations, the NKEPC seeks to highlight training available in our service region.

The NKEPC encourages all of its members to complete the following FEMA Independent Study Courses:

IS-5.A An Introduction to Hazardous Materials

IS-100.b Introduction to Incident Command Systems (ICS-100)

IS-200.b ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents (ICS-200)

 

The NKEPC also encourages all members to complete the Kentucky State Emergency Response Commission course “LEPC’s in Kentucky”.

FEMA Independent Study courses

Kentucky Division of Emergency Management

FEMA Independent Study Courses

 


Classes offered:

ERI Initial Attack Search Management – Harrison

ManTracking (SAR Class) – Harrison

NWS Regional Spotter Class – Boone

New Director’s Training – Franklin

G775 Class – Boone

G191 Class – Boone

Hazmat Cargo Tank Truck Class – Harrison

Hazmat Ops – Boone

Hazmat Awareness – Boone

Basic Search & Rescue (BSAR) “Day Class” – Kenton

Basic Search & Rescue (BSAR) – Carroll

Swift Water Rescue – Pendleton

Damage Assessment – Harrison

LEPC’s in Kentucky Training Course – Grant

Campbell County OEM Classes Offered:

As of today registration for TEEX Courses scheduled for Campbell County are as follows:

Search and Rescue in a Community Disaster 4/22-23/2016 (33 registered)

ICS 300 9/20-22/2016

ICS 400 10/26-27/2016

To view the Area 6 training, training announcements and for registration, click here.

New Training Announcements