Active Incident Training: The Next Generation of Tabletops

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Add to Calendar 2015-07-30 00:00:00 2015-07-30 00:00:00 Active Incident Training: The Next Generation of Tabletops PaperClip Communication is hosting a webinar on conducting tabletop exercises to ensure campuses are as prepared as possible for a variety of looming potential threats, such as active shooters, radicalization, cyber threats, HAZMAT threats, and bomb threats. The webinar will address the broadened appreciation for the components of an active incident training program, a methodology to develop and assess the training programs taking place on campus, resources that will enhance the active incident training efforts, and more. To learn more and to register, click here.  noreply@air.org America/New_York public

PaperClip Communication is hosting a webinar on conducting tabletop exercises to ensure campuses are as prepared as possible for a variety of looming potential threats, such as active shooters, radicalization, cyber threats, HAZMAT threats, and bomb threats. The webinar will address the broadened appreciation for the components of an active incident training program, a methodology to develop and assess the training programs taking place on campus, resources that will enhance the active incident training efforts, and more. To learn more and to register, click here


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