16 hr. Emergency Response to Domestic Biological Incidents-Rochelle
Member's Fee: $0
Non-Member & Civilian Fee: $0
Registration for this training is being accepted on a different system. See below for NCBRT Online Registration
This course teaches participants how to safely and effectively respond to biological incidents using an integrated approach. Participants will learn how to identify biological agents by discussing surveillance indicators of a biological incident. Then, participants will identify the major characteristics of biological agents and biological agent dissemination methods. Next, participants will apply the skills and knowledge they learned in this course to response and recovery. Finally, participants will apply lessons learned in this course by responding to a mock scenario.
Participants will discuss personal, victim, environmental, and area protection during a biological incident. This course will teach responders the basic concepts of safety during an actual or suspected biological incident. Responders should be vigilant to recognize any indicators of a biological incident. The key question in this course: “Is it bio?”
The terminal learning objectives of this course align with the following core capabilities:
- Community Resilience
- Economic Recovery
- Fatality Management Services
- Forensics and Attribution
- Health and Social Sciences
- Infrastructure Systems
- Intelligence and Information Sharing
- Interdiction and Disruption
- Long-term Vulnerability Reduction
- Operational Communications
- Operational Coordination
- Physical Protective Measures
- Situational Assessment
Emergency Response to Domestic Biological Incidents is a performance-level course designed to help participants safely and effectively respond to a biological incident by using an integrated approach. The course provides detailed information about various biological agents and possible methods of dissemination—whether naturally occurring or intentional. Participants will identify appropriate assessment and response actions and will review personal protection, containment measures, and tools that may be accessed during a biological incident.
A FEMA SID number is required for registration. You can look up your FEMA SID, or register for a new one, at the following site: https://cdp.dhs.gov/femasid. Register
Register online at: https://train.ncbrt.lsu.edu/Student/Register?ClassID=26587
Registration Password: NCBRT220
If you have trained with NCBRT before, enter your FEMA SID, Last Name, and First Name. If your training record is found, your registration form will be pre-filled for you. Otherwise, click Register as New Person to fill out a blank registration form.
Once your registration is complete, you will receive an email confirmation. This email will contain your FEMA SID and registration Confirmation Number. Make sure to have this information available to you in class! You will need this to take advantage of the online post-test and class evaluation.
As soon as you complete registration, you will see a link "Go to Class Page". Click on this link to access the Class Information page. The pre-test will be available to you and should be completed prior to the class start date.
The online registration site is mobile friendly and can be used by any phone, tablet, or computer with internet access. At the end of training, a post-test and class evaluation will be conducted. Bring a device to class that can access the online registration site, so you may complete your post-test and evaluation online. Your post-test will be graded immediately, and you will be able to review the answers. As soon as the post-test is passed and the class evaluation is completed, your Class Information page will update to include a link for your certificate. The certificate may be downloaded as a PDF to your device, or sent as a PDF to your email.
If you need assistance with the online registration site, please contact the NCBRT Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.