OVERVIEW

Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) 2022 Annual Conference is organized by Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training (ALERRT) and will be held from Oct 05 - 08, 2022 at Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, Oxon Hill, Maryland, United States of America.

Training Classes:

• Each class is $150 (in addition to the conference fee)
• There are only a certain number of openings, dependent on the class
• First-come, first-served applies to available spots. Until the session is full, those who pay in advance will be assured their spots
• The conference will begin with classes on the first day, Wednesday, October 5
• A waitlist can be requested if a spot opens up in a full class
• One 4-hour or one 8-hour training certification course is available to attendees

Active Shooter for Dispatchers:

All telecom professionals can benefit from the Active Shooter for Dispatchers course, which serves as a primer for the unexpected nature of hostile incident response.  Some of the topics covered include:

• An overview of active violence:
• An overview of the active attack response protocols dispatchers are involved in
• The psychology of fear in relation to call-taking and training
• How to handle call screening in an incident
• Setting up your call centre to handle violent situations
• The “Vegas Effect” and how it can affect your dispatch protocols
• How to prepare your staff for rehabilitation following these tragedies and their consequences
• The scenario training in this enhanced edition of the course gives dispatchers the chance to understand what first responders go through on a scene. The teachers will offer all necessary safety gear. To further illustrate the roles involved in the reaction, communication, command structure, and rescue task force, a computer simulation assist has been introduced to the course.

Class Size: 25
Length: 8 hours
Room: TBA
Taught by: TBA

Blue NIMS:

This course introduces students to the basics of the Incident Command System as described in the National Response Framework (NRF) and Nation Incident Management System on a practical level (NIMS). This course gives students a practical grasp of ICS and shows them how to use it in both routine operations and complex crises. Individual learning and retention will be improved by additional practical experience obtained through a simulated exercise.

Class Size: 50
Length: 8 hours
Room: TBA
Taught by: TBA

Civilian Response and Casualty Care (CRCC) Train-the-Trainer:

For advice and presentations on what to do in the event of an active attacker scenario, schools, companies, and community members typically turn to first responder agencies. The Civilian Response and Casualty Care (CRCC) course, developed and based on the Avoid, Deny, Defend (ADD) approach created by ALERRT in 2004, offers strategies, direction, and a tried-and-true technique for surviving an active shooter event. In this course, the civilian response is combined with the Stop the Bleed Campaign, which equips citizens to render life-saving medical assistance before first responders even arrive. The prevalence of active shooter situations, civilian response choices, health-related concerns, and drill considerations are among the subjects covered. This two-day Train-the-Trainer program will provide participants with a manual and PowerPoint presentation that they can use for their own presentations.

Class Size: 20
Length: 8 hours (One day compressed class)
Room: TBA

Medical Advanced Skills Course (MASC):

The Medical Advanced Skills Course is intended for participants who are authorised to use invasive procedures on hurt people. The knowledge acquired is based on best practises and Tactical Emergency Casualty Care Standards. The training just introduces you to new ideas so that you can later seek the advice and consent of your own medical director. It does not certify you to perform the techniques.

Pre-hospital damage control resuscitation, compressible and non-compressible haemorrhage control, hypotensive resuscitation, hemostatic resuscitation, airway control, tension pneumothorax control, and prevention and management of hypothermia are among the topics covered.

Participants at the ALERRT Conference will take part in a 4-hour introduction to MASC and practise the following hands-on skills: intraosseous needle insertion with EZIO, EZIO sternal, and FAST1 sternal IO trainers; surgical cricothyrotomy; finger thoracostomy; needle thoracostomy; application of a vented chest seal; application of extremity and junctional tourniquets; hemostatic wound packing. Additionally, attendees will have the chance to take part in a whole blood transfer exercise.

Both classes will grant participants access to Dr. Ethan Miles' Whole Blood course. He is the Ranger physician responsible for creating the ROLO programme, which permits whole blood field transfusions both in the field and in medical facilities. Several organisations around the US have already adopted this as a new issue in civil pre-hospital care.

Class Size: 25
Length: 4 hours
Options: AM or PM
Room: TBA
Taught by: TBA

KEY DATES

Event Start Date
05 Oct, 2022
Event Start Date
Event End Date
08 Oct, 2022
Event End Date

TARGET AUDIENCE

PhysicianEmergency Medicine

SPECIALITIES

Emergency Medicine

VENUE

Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center
201 Waterfront St, National Harbor
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