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Regional Training and Exercise Plan Example


This Emergency Preparedness and Response Training and Exercise Plan from the San Luis Valley Region in Colorado identifies core emergency preparedness training courses, target audiences, and strategies being used to prepare the region's Emergency Preparedness and Response Staff in the event of a public health threat or emergency.  The plan is based on a the results of a training needs assessment, as well as on statewide, regional, and local corrective action plans.

This plan was submitted as evidence for Goal 2 of a Project Public Health Ready application and can be used as example for other agencies.

Primary Toolkit:

PPHR Toolkit

Keyword Area:

All-Hazards, NIMS, Project Public Health Ready, Regionalization, Workforce Competency


Institutional Author:

Alamosa County Health Department, CO





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