ON DEMAND TRAINING
Arizona Coalition for Healthcare Emergency Response (AzCHER) provides training and education for Arizona’s healthcare, public health systems, first responders and emergency managers and other members of the whole community. Training and education provide the whole community with knowledge, skills and abilities needed to help members and non-members before, during and after disasters.
Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)
The Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) training provides a set of guiding principles for exercise programs, as well as a common approach to exercise program management, design and development, conduct, evaluation and improvement planning. This series of 19 videos, lasting 5-10 minutes each, will comprise information equal to a two-hour training. If you are unable to finish the series in one sitting, you may complete each course as your schedule allows.
The series should be viewed in its entirety in order to receive the completion certificate.
EXERCISE PROGRESSION-New July 20, 2022
Summarizes the progression of an exercise and discuss how each phase of the HSEEP cycle works to create an effective exercise that improves preparedness. Click here for the Exercise Progression video.
CONDUCTING AN IPPW & DEVELOPING AN IPP-New July 20, 2022
Discusses how to plan and conduct an Integrated Preparedness Planning Workshop (IPPW) and a how to develop an Integrated Preparedness Plan (IPP). Click here for the Conducting an IPPW & Developing an IPP video.
HOMELAND SECURITY EXERCISE AND EVALUATION PROGRAM (HSEEP) PLANNING MEETINGS-New July 20, 2022
Provides an overview of the various exercise planning meetings outlined in HSEEP. Click here for the HSEEP Planning Meetings video.
EXERCISE OBJECTIVE DEVELOPMENT-New July 20, 2022
Provides an overview of the purpose of an exercise objective and how to write an effective objective. Click here for the Exercise Objective Development video.
OPERATIONS-BASED EXERCISE OBJECTIVE WRITING -New July 20, 2022
Focuses on developing exercise objectives for operations-based exercises. Click here for the Operations- Based Exercise Objective Writing video.
CAPABILITIES & SCENARIO DEVELOPMENT-New July 20, 2022
Discusses capabilities and how to use them in exercise scenario development. Click here for the Capabilities & Scenario Development video.
SCENARIO DEVELOPMENT-New July 20, 2022
Discusses what a scenario is and the elements involved in developing and writing a scenario. Click here for the Scenario Development video.
GROUND TRUTH DEVELOPMENT-New July 20, 2022
Discusses what a ground truth is, how it is developed and how to use it during an exercise. Click for the Ground Truth Development video.
EXTENT OF PLAY AGREEMENTS-New July 20, 2022
Outlines the elements of a Extent of Play, participant information and participation level. Click here for the Extent of Play Agreements video.
MASTER SCENARIO EVENTS LIST (MSEL) 101-New July 20, 2022
Provides an overview of the Master Scenario Events List or MSEL. Click here for the Master Scenario Events List (MSEL) 101 video.
MSEL DEVELOPMENT-New July 20, 2022
Discusses how exercise objectives inform MSEL development and drive evaluation. Outlines strategies and tools to develop a MSEL. Click here for the MSEL Development video.
CONTROL & SIMULATION CELL OPERATIONS-New July 20, 2022
Discusses the exercise control structure and roles and responsibilities of the control staff along with the lifecycle of an inject. Click here for the Control & Simulation Cell Operations video.
FACILITATOR 101-New July 20, 2022
Outlines the role and responsibilities of a Facilitator; before, during and after an exercise. Click here for the Facilitator 101 video.
CONTROLLER 101-New July 20, 2022
Outlines the role and responsibilities of a Controller; before, during and after an exercise. Click here for the Controller 101 video.
EVALUATOR 101-New July 20, 2022
Outlines the role and responsibilities of an Evaluator; before, during and after an exercise. Click here for the Evaluator 101 video.
EXERCISE EVALUATION GUIDE (EEG) DEVELOPMENT-New July 20, 2022
Discusses the elements of an Exercise Evaluation Guide (EEG) and how to develop an EEG. Click here for the Exercise Evaluation Guide (EEG) Development video.
AFTER-ACTION REPORT (AAR) DEVELOPMENT-New July 20, 2022
Discusses the After-Action process, including hotwashes, debriefs, data analysis and AAR/IP development. Click here for the After-Action Report (AAR) Development video.
IMPROVEMENT PLANNING-New July 20, 2022
Focuses on Improvement Planning; the importance of Improvement Planning, Corrective Action Tracking and Implementation as well as Continuous Improvement. Click here for the Improvement Planning video.
LONG-TERM COMMUNITY RESILIENCE EXERCISE RESOURCE GUIDE (CLIMATE)-New July 20, 2022
Discusses what Climate Adaption is and how exercises can support climate adaption planning. Click here for the Long-term Community Resilience Exercise Resource Guide (Climate) video.
Congratulations! When you have completed all HSEEP videos please complete the form below. By submitting the form, you attest that you have completed all the HSEEP videos on our training page.
On Demand Training Completion
CISA Active Shooter
THIS IS NOT A TACTICAL TRAINING COURSE
This training webinar was created by the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) to enhance awareness of, and response to, an active shooter incident.
Preparing employees for a potential active shooter incident is an integral component of an organization’s incident response planning. Because active shooter incidents are unpredictable and evolve quickly, preparing for and knowing what to do in an active shooter situation can be the difference between life and death. Every second counts.
The CISA Active Shooter Preparedness Webinar Video and accompanying Presentation Files (links below) were produced by CISA for the purpose of Active Shooter Preparedness Training and are continuously evaluated for accuracy and relevance. These resources have been released free of charge and are not intended for commercial resale. If the presentation is redistributed from another source, it may contain outdated information. Neither the Department of Homeland Security nor CISA will accept responsibility for actions taken based upon deprecated material.
These webinar materials are used by CISA qualified subject-matter experts as a visual reference to guide critical infrastructure owners and operators with a better understanding of developing an organization’s emergency action plan.
Below is a pre-recorded version of the event.
Active Shooter Preparedness Products and Resources
For more information, please email ASworkshop@cisa.dhs.gov.
Install the AzCHER Mobile App for additional training, information, and E-Guides covering topics such as Cybersecurity, Psychological First Aid and Incident Command.
- The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) works with partners to defend against today’s threats and collaborate to build a more secure and resilient infrastructure for the future.
- Integrated Community Solutions To Active Violence Events (ICSAVE) is an Arizona-based charitable foundation, created by volunteer professionals from throughout the state who are united by our dedication to the prevention of traumatic events through education, preparedness training and community outreach programs.
- The STOP THE BLEED® campaign was initiated by a federal interagency workgroup convened by the National Security Council Staff, The White House. The purpose of the campaign is to build national resilience by better preparing the public to save lives by raising awareness of basic actions to stop life threatening bleeding following everyday emergencies and man-made and natural disasters.
Continuity of Operations Planning
Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) is the effort within individual agencies or company to ensure they can continue to perform their mission essential functions during a wide range of emergencies. It’s the initiative that ensures that governments, departments, businesses and agencies are able to continue their essential daily functions. COOP requires planning for any event – natural, human-caused, technological threats and national security emergency – causing an agency to relocate its operations to an alternate or other continuity site to assure continuance of its essential functions.
COOP is simply good business practice. COOP Plans address orders of succession, delegations of authority, continuity facilities, continuity communications, essential records management, human resources, testing, training, exercising, devolution and reconstitution.
We will continue to update our Training Page. Please check back for the COOP trainings!
Crisis Standards of Care Workshops
AzCHER, in association with the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA), presented a series of four workshops that address crisis standards of care in Arizona. Each of the four workshops is categorized among the emergency management cycle phases with emphasis on Crisis Standards of Care components. Content varies among each of the workshops.