Team Training

trainingComicResponse Team Training

It is the policy of CADS that each Response Team member attend training sessions held at least once each month from October through March, from 9am – noon unless otherwise noted.

Team Training Sign-up Attendance Form

Date

Class

Instructor

Location

Oct 14

Vehicle & Trailer Training & Inspection

Larry Mcmahon

Copper Fire Station

Nov 19

Loading Techniques (horse & cattle)

Trevor Airola

1375 Dogtown Rd, Angels Camp

Dec 9

Fairgrounds procedure for animal intake

Jeane Kennedy

Fairgrounds, Angels Camp

Jan 20-21

North Valley Animal Disaster Group

NVADG

Oroville

Feb 10

Animal First Aid & Triage

    Vet

Angels Camp Veterinary Hospital

Mar 10

Fire Behavior

Fire Dept.

Copper Fire Station

CADS Team Training

It is the policy of CADS that each Board member and those in authority on the CADS Team attend some form of qualified CERT or Fire Department training or training approved by the CERT Program Manager once a quarter. With that said, this policy is a “living document” and can recognize extenuating circumstances.

Training courses completed by each of the CADS Team:

Jeane Kennedy

  1. IS-00700.a National Incident Managerment System (NIMS) – certificate
  2. IS-00100.b Introduction to Incident Command System – certificate
  3. IS-00029 Public Information Officer Awareness – certificate
  4. IS-00010.a Animals in Disaster: Awareness and Preparedness – certificate
  5. IS-00011.a Animals in Disaster: Community Planning – certificate
  6. IS-00111.a Livestock in Disasters – certificate
  7. CERT 21 Hours of Basic Training in Community Emergency Response Team – certificate
  8. CERT Wildland Urban Interface Training – certificate
  9. CERT Animal Response I and II Training – certificate
  10. CERT Firefighter Rehabilitation – certificate
  11. CASH Calaveras Amador Start a Heart, Train the Trainer Compression Only CPR – certificate
  12. Dog Handling Training 2015
  13. IS00909 Community Preparedness, Implementing Simple Activities for Everyone – certificate
  14. 2017 Wildland Fire Safety Training Annual Refresher
  15. IEMC Community Specific Calaveras County, CA San Andreas, California, 3.20 IACET CEU May 1 – 4, 2017 – certificate

Jim Hanson

  1. IS-00100.b Introduction to Incident Command System – certificate
  2. IS-00111.a Livestock in Disasters – certificate
  3. IS-00010.a Animals in Disaster: Awareness and Preparedness – certificate
  4. IS-00011.a Animals in Disaster: Community Planning – certificate

Marcy Hanson

  1. IS-00100.b Introduction to Incident Command System – certificate
  2. IS-00111.a Livestock in Disasters – certificate
  3. IS-00010.a Animals in Disaster: Awareness and Preparedness – certificate
  4. IS-00011.a Animals in Disaster: Community Planning – certificate

Megan Aguilar

  1. Dog Handling Training 2015
  2. IS-00100.b Introduction to Incident Command System – certificate
  3. CERT 21 Hours of Basic Training in Community Emergency Response Team – certificate
  4. CERT Animal Response I and II Training – certificate

Larry McMahon

  1. IS-00010.a Animals in Disaster: Awareness and Preparedness – certificate
  2. IS-00011.a Animals in Disaster: Community Planning – certificate
  3. IS-00100.b Introduction to Incident Command System – certificate
  4. IS-00111.a Livestock in Disasters – certificate

Gina Gonzales

  1. IS-00700.a National Incident Managerment System (NIMS) – certificate
  2. IS-00100.b Introduction to Incident Command System – certificate
  3. IS-00011.a Animals in Disaster: Community Planning – certificate
  4. IS-00010.a Animals in Disaster: Awareness and Preparedness – certificate

FEMA Independent Study Program CoursesUnknown

The Emergency Management Institute (EMI) offers self-paced courses, some of which are listed below. Click on the links to see more information and an overview of each course. A complete course list can be found at https://training.fema.gov/is/crslist.aspx

An Introduction to Hazardous Material

Animals in Disasters: Awareness and Preparedness

Animals in Disasters: Community Planning

Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness

Public Information Officer Awareness

FEMA Safety Orientation 2015

Social Media in Emergency Management

Livestock in Disasters

Introduction to Incident Command System, ICS-100

Developing and Managing Volunteers

Anticipating Hazardous Weather & Community Risk, 2nd Edition

The Role of Voluntary Organizations in Emergency Management

Introduction to Community Emergency Response Teams

Introduction to Hazard Mitigation

Protecting Your Home or Small Business From Disaster

National Incident Management System (NIMS) An Introduction

National Incident Management System (NIMS) Public Information Systems

NIMS Resource Management

National Response Framework, An Introduction

Community Preparedness: Implementing Simple Activities for Everyone

Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA)

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