Date: December 11, 2017
Class Location: Care Center – Multi Purpose Room – CLASS 1
115 Lane 12
Lovell, WY 82431
ALICE Training: Active Shooter Response Training is a set of proactive, options-based strategies that increase your chances of survival during a violent intruder or Active Shooter event. For 14 years, the ALICE Training Institute has provided violent intruder response training to individuals and organizations across the nation.
This 4-hour training course is designed to teach citizens the skills and strategies that bridge the gap between the time a violent event begins and law enforcement arrives.
- Have the understanding, they have the right to make decisions for their own safety when confronted with a violent situation
- Have an understanding of the profile and dynamics of an active shooter event
- Understand the purpose and methods of Alerting
- Understand the purpose and methods of lock-down and barricading
- Understand the purpose and importance of keeping law enforcement, employees and others informed of what is happening on scene whenever possible
- Understand the purpose and methods of countering when confronted with a violent situation
Safety gear for this training will be issued onsite by the training provider, but long pants and long sleeved shirts or coat are recommended
During this course, there will be multiple training exercises involving weapons simulations.
No weapon of any kind (including impact and less-than-lethal weapons), live ammunition, weapon magazines,
are to be on any person or in the training area (including classroom) at any time during this course.
Each individual is responsible for properly securing his or her weapon(s) before this training course.
Please do not enroll anyone other than yourself
You must get a FEMA Student Number before you enroll for this course
You can get one here in about two Minutes
Date: Feb 21, 2018
Class Location: 3962 Field Station Rd, Cheyenne, WY 82007
Delivered by:Texas A&M TEEX
Hosted by: Laramie County Emergency Management
This course will introduce participants to the key terms, policy, guidance, and preparedness efforts required to safeguard the Nation’s critical infrastructure. Participants will review applicable policy and guidance, discuss the risk management framework, describe Federal critical infrastructure security and resilience and information sharing programs, and relate critical infrastructure programs to individual actions.
Primary focus will be placed on local preparedness efforts as they relate to the national approach to critical infrastructure security and resilience. An understanding of the national approach to critical infrastructure enables critical infrastructure stakeholders to address local planning within a common framework. Informed planning is consistent with and expands on nationally accepted emergency management standards as the basis for planning across the mission areas of prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery.
Critical infrastructure owners, operators, and managers
Federal, State, local, regional, tribal, and territorial government officials and managers
Sector-Specific Agency managers
Other organizations and managers with critical infrastructure responsibilities
Class Host POC
Planning & Training Coordinator
Cheyenne/Laramie County Emergency Management
Wyoming Office of Homeland Security
Jurisdictional Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
Critical Asset Risk Management
Advanced Critical Infrastructure Protection