Maximum Attendance: 16 | 1 day
Testing Plans and Procedures
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Description:This course prepares participants to lead the design and delivery of an exercise, as well as an exercise debrief and subsequent crafting of the after-action report/improvement plan. An exercise is focused practice activity that places the participants in a simulated situation requiring them to function in the capacity that would be expected of them in a real event. Its purpose is to promote preparedness by testing policies and plans and by training personnel. Many successful responses to emergencies over the years have demonstrated that exercising pays huge dividends when an emergency occurs.
The course is designed to elicit constructive discussion and action plans. Participants examine and resolve problems based on existing operational plans and identify where those need to be refined. The success of the course is largely determined by group participation in the identification of problem areas.
Objectives:- Discuss the importance of exercises, proper funding, essential partnerships, ground rules, and levels of participation
- Identify the tools, techniques, and knowledge to develop, deliver, and debrief exercises to rehearse emergency response
- Consider several exercise types and the selection criteria to make the most efficient use of time and resources available
Content:- Select exercise type
- Identify the objectives
- Develop the scenario
- Engage stakeholders
- Design and delivery of exercise
- Conduct exercise debriefs
- Draft action reports and improvement plans
Suitable For: Those responsible for leading the design and delivery of an exercise, as well as an exercise debrief and subsequent crafting of the after-action report/improvement plan.
Format: Multiple, practical exercises.
To learn more about the Exercises for Aviation Crisis Management Training and how it can complement your existing Emergency Plan, please e-mail email@example.com or contact the Kenyon UK Office at +44 (0) 1344 316 650.