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California Emergency Responders Receive U.S. Department of Homeland Security Funded Terrorism Training Program, Developed and Provided by the National Domestic Preparedness Coalition

SACRAMENTO – The National Domestic Preparedness Coalition, in cooperation with George Mason University Center for Justice Leadership and Management supported by the GMU Office of Contributing Professional Education, developed the Operational Value of Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment Course for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Under the 2007 Competitive Training Grant Program, the class is presented as a federally funded 3 day training course available throughout the United States.

The course will be held in Sacramento, California on April 13th, 14th, and 15th, 2010 (8am-5pm) at the Sacramento Regional Office of Homeland Security. The Operational Value of Threat, Risk, and Vulnerability Assessment (OpValTRVA) course will assist California homeland security professionals, from all emergency response disciplines, and the private sector, responsible for managing risk, to understand and use operationally, information gathered in various threat, risk, and vulnerability assessment methodologies.

The National Domestic Preparedness Coalition (NDPCI) is a 501 C (3) nonprofit organization that was established to provide solutions to help protect our Nation’s communities from all hazards, including terrorism and natural disaster. The NDPCI presents instructor led on-site classroom training and hands on practical exercises, which are the foundation of the 3 day OpValTRVA course.

NDPCI offer individuals important information, focusing on helping homeland security professionals analyze, and apply information gathered in the assessment process to enhance operations. Upon successful completion of the course, participants receive 2.4 CEU credits from the GMU Office of Continuing Professional Education and a certificate of attendance from the Department of Homeland Security and NDPCI.

 

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