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Riverbend Church

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4214 N Capital of Texas Highway
Austin, TX 78746 United States

February 2021

IMT – Incident Management Team Training

February 6 @ 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Riverbend Church, 4214 N Capital of Texas Highway
Austin, TX 78746 United States
Free

6 hour training - 9:00AM - 3:00PM (with breaks) - Lunch is provided! ADRN Headquarters, 1122 E. 51st Street, Austin, TX 78723 Training is FREE! IMT (Incident Management Team) Training - Course Time 5 hours: The Incident Management Team (IMT) is a key leadership team composed of experienced and trained volunteers that ADRN relies on in times of deployment. The role of an IMT member is to assist with the planning and management of ADRN deployments of both ADRN badged volunteers and community volunteers. These deployments are in times of disaster preparedness, such as simulation, and times of disaster response. ADRN goal is to have a deep bench of trained IMT members across all 12 sectors of the ADRN 5-County region. The IMT training will provide a refresher on the Incident Command System (ICS) and a focused discussion on how ADRN utilizes the ICS to achieve the assigned operational objective (e.g., CISM debriefing at an intake center or door-to-door; muck-out/clean-out, donations management, etc) in a God-honoring manner. Following completion of the IMT training, and certification as a member of the IMT, opportunities will be made available to practice the IMT skills through the use of disaster simulations. Pre-requisites to take this…

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April 2021

DAT – Disaster Assessment Team Training

April 10 @ 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Riverbend Church, 4214 N Capital of Texas Highway
Austin, TX 78746 United States
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Free

4 hour training - 9:00AM - 1:00PM Riverbend Church in Quad 3, 4214 Capital of Texas Highway, Austin, TX 78746 Training is FREE! DAT is the tip of the spear in disaster response. DAT teams are ADRN’s first boots on the ground in the disaster field. They identify the area and degree of destruction. Their assessments provide leadership with the critical information necessary to properly deploy resources and volunteers. This training will cover spiritual readiness for first response; disaster assessment procedures, roles and challenges; safety and typical hazards encountered; and a practice disaster assessment. To qualify for DAT designation, participants must be CERT or ham radio trained, 21 years old, and in good physical condition. Others not presently qualified may participate to receive DAT designation upon completing prerequisite training. REGISTER HERE

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May 2021

IMT – Incident Management Team Training

May 22 @ 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Riverbend Church, 4214 N Capital of Texas Highway
Austin, TX 78746 United States
Free

6 hour training - 9:00AM - 3:00PM (with breaks) - Lunch is provided! ADRN Headquarters, 1122 E. 51st Street, Austin, TX 78723 Training is FREE! IMT (Incident Management Team) Training - Course Time 5 hours: The Incident Management Team (IMT) is a key leadership team composed of experienced and trained volunteers that ADRN relies on in times of deployment. The role of an IMT member is to assist with the planning and management of ADRN deployments of both ADRN badged volunteers and community volunteers. These deployments are in times of disaster preparedness, such as simulation, and times of disaster response. ADRN goal is to have a deep bench of trained IMT members across all 12 sectors of the ADRN 5-County region. The IMT training will provide a refresher on the Incident Command System (ICS) and a focused discussion on how ADRN utilizes the ICS to achieve the assigned operational objective (e.g., CISM debriefing at an intake center or door-to-door; muck-out/clean-out, donations management, etc) in a God-honoring manner. Following completion of the IMT training, and certification as a member of the IMT, opportunities will be made available to practice the IMT skills through the use of disaster simulations. Pre-requisites to take this…

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September 2021

IMT – Incident Management Team Training

September 25 @ 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Riverbend Church, 4214 N Capital of Texas Highway
Austin, TX 78746 United States
Free

6 hour training - 9:00AM - 3:00PM (with breaks) - Lunch is provided! ADRN Headquarters, 1122 E. 51st Street, Austin, TX 78723 Training is FREE! IMT (Incident Management Team) Training - Course Time 5 hours: The Incident Management Team (IMT) is a key leadership team composed of experienced and trained volunteers that ADRN relies on in times of deployment. The role of an IMT member is to assist with the planning and management of ADRN deployments of both ADRN badged volunteers and community volunteers. These deployments are in times of disaster preparedness, such as simulation, and times of disaster response. ADRN goal is to have a deep bench of trained IMT members across all 12 sectors of the ADRN 5-County region. The IMT training will provide a refresher on the Incident Command System (ICS) and a focused discussion on how ADRN utilizes the ICS to achieve the assigned operational objective (e.g., CISM debriefing at an intake center or door-to-door; muck-out/clean-out, donations management, etc) in a God-honoring manner. Following completion of the IMT training, and certification as a member of the IMT, opportunities will be made available to practice the IMT skills through the use of disaster simulations. Pre-requisites to take this…

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November 2021

DAT – Disaster Assessment Team Training

November 6 @ 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Riverbend Church, 4214 N Capital of Texas Highway
Austin, TX 78746 United States
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Free

4 hour training - 9:00AM - 1:00PM Riverbend Church in Quad 3, 4214 Capital of Texas Highway, Austin, TX 78746 Training is FREE! DAT is the tip of the spear in disaster response. DAT teams are ADRN’s first boots on the ground in the disaster field. They identify the area and degree of destruction. Their assessments provide leadership with the critical information necessary to properly deploy resources and volunteers. This training will cover spiritual readiness for first response; disaster assessment procedures, roles and challenges; safety and typical hazards encountered; and a practice disaster assessment. To qualify for DAT designation, participants must be CERT or ham radio trained, 21 years old, and in good physical condition. Others not presently qualified may participate to receive DAT designation upon completing prerequisite training. REGISTER HERE

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