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Below is a list of suggested courses for Fire Service that was developed and adopted by the Clermont County Terrorism Advisory Team (TAT)


Fire Service Training

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Awareness Level | Performance A (Operations) | Performance B (Technician) | Planning Management

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Awareness Level

AWR-100 or AWR-102 Emergency Response to Terrorism: Basic Concepts
AWR-130 Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings - Awareness
AWR-140 WMD Radiological/Nuclear Awareness
ICS-100 Incident Command System - Orientation/Introduction
IS-700 National Incident Management System  

Performance A (Operations)
PER-250 Emergency Response to Terrorism: Operations Course
PER-200 WMD Crime Scene Management for Emergency Responders
PER-202 Managing Civil Actions in Threat Incidents: Protester Devices
ICS-200 Incident Command System - Basic  

Performance B (Technician)
PER-241 WMD Radiological/Nuclear Course for HazMat Technicians
PER-260 WMD Technical Emergency Response Training
ICS-300 Incident Command System - Intermediate  

MGT-310 WMD:Threat and Risk Assessment
MGT-312 Senior Officials Workshop for WMD/Terrorism Incident Preparedness
MGT-313 Incident Management/Unified Command for WMD/Terrorism Incidents
ICS-400 Incident Command System - Advanced  

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